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Well, I guess I've just reaffirmed what you already know, except if you give your contact information to your young relative & he actually gives it to the psychiatrist you'll have the best of both worlds; let's hope he trusts you enough to do that; if he does have serious mental issues (and won't admit that he has a problem or even if he does he won't admit his problem is severe - this is what you said in your original question which is why I didn't suggest you go through him); chances are he won't agree to anything involving restricting his freedom until he either gets so sick someone else intervenes or he winds up on the street and from there in the hospital; I have some experience with helping out at a clinic so I too have seen the whole cycle, & it get discouraging day after day after day after...............