I posted before about our 17-year-old adopted granddaughter. In the past year she had an addiction to meth. We've tried different resources in and near our community. And she spent 28 days in the juvenile facility 200 miles away. She is actually doing better and has had clean drug tests. But, and I guess there's always a but...it seems she is abusing using alcohol. And I know many teens use alcohol, but she was caught at school with rum and pop in a cup by a teacher. A month ago her case manager picked her up after school and smelled alcohol. My daughter told her that she was waiting for the case manager to pick her up she took a drink of someone's pop that had whiskey in it. The case manager contacted me several days later after she made the report to her supervisor. I confronted my daughter and she made it sound like an isolated event she just wanted to try some ones drink. But this latest incident had to be reported and so the court services officer was notified, he called me and told me to also notify the rehab place we've been attending In a nearby town. Well not really nearby, it's an hours drive both ways. The rehab director told me he wants her to return to classes three times a week for three hours a class. This would involve at least five hours of my day. At night I would have to leave by 5 PM and wouldn't return home until 10 PM! If I did the morning class she would miss three days of school...as her school ends at 2:30 and it would take til 1:30 to get back! And that is without stopping for any lunch. I am going to call her court services officer and ask about alternatives. I dont know if there are good options in our community. That is why I was willing to take her three times a week this summer to a place an hour away. She didn't have school and I didn't have work and it was in the mornings and she wasn't missing school. I don't want to drive an hour to and from after dark... And it gets dark here by 5 PM in the winter... Plus I would have to deal with driving in possible bad weather and or road conditions. D c has admitted she does have an addiction to alcohol...I want to get her help, but I am NOT going to agree to drive 60 miles away for night meetings three times a week or have her miss three days of school to go to meetings during the day. This originally was not court ordered...but something I researched and found that our insurance would cover. Any ideas?