That's why over this past year, I've decided I can't move from our bigger county with all the services out to the next county over where we bought land. My husband will - he practically has now - but I'm going to maintain an address here so my son can keep getting the help he needs - even if he moves out at some point. He always needs to have me as a backup as long as I can do it.
I might buy a different house in this county in a few years and sell this one - something outside of a subdivision and a little more private since we still have plenty of agricultural areas - but that's about it.
It did take a month or so for them to sign my son up with a case worker, then get him in to see her. And, she only sees her clients every month or two, but she has bent over backwards to help him after she saw how much he needed.
When he gets out the hospital this time, they will transition him over to the intensive unit with a new case manager with a much lower case load. This one will see him more often and even come to the house if he's agreeable. They can do med management, but they can also take him out to apply for jobs or do pretty much anything else.