My daughter is 26, she is BPD and also in a drug addiction rehab at the moment. We, as her family have experienced many, many ups and downs, the drug addiction pushed all of us over the top. We will not give up on her, we're always there to love and support her. After being kicked out of 2 rehab programs, she finally found that she was ready to give a program serious effort. She's in Calif. for these programs, and her Dad and I are in PA. Her BPD symptoms complicate the drug addiction recovery. She's ready for an extended care treatment program but, I'm finding it most of the rehabs are private pay, which we cannot afford. We want to bring her back to PA for the next phase of treatment. My question really is, does anyone know how to find the facility that will be the most helpful for her?View Thread
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