This is a very difficult situation. As you know, you can't make her do anything and if she doesn't have insurance, it limits her options even more. I recommend that you talk to a social worker in the social services department where your daughter lives. Each State and each County offers slightly different services. At minimum you should be able to talk to an Intake Worker and find out what resources are available to your daughter. If they have a social worker that works with mentally ill adults, ask to talk to that person. A couple of other resources could be helpful to you too - 1. United Way, they have a phone # XXXXX and website www.211.org that provide people with social service and mental health resources. They will be able to tell you which agencies offer services on a sliding fee basis. 2. NAMI, national alliance for mental illness, www.nami.org. They have a lot of information for people with a mental illness and for family members. They offer support groups for family members and you should be able to see if there is one near you on their website. While you can not make your daughter seek services, you can be aware of the services available so when she is in a crisis or is willing you can tell her what her choices are. Encourage her children to talk to a counselor at their school. The counselors should be able to be helpful and supportive the kids. Good luck to you, let me know if you have other questions.
Thank you I will try to find someone before she hurts herself or someone else.I have contacted some agencys but they can't help me if she doesn't go on her own . That is a big problem .