I have been where you are now. I have a son that’s 28 and his illness started with auditory hallucinations and as time went by the illness progress. I spent my time crying and I still cry. What my poor son has gone through and myself is to long to put on here, but it involved the government, people outside waiting to kill him, people coming in and taking his clothes and medications, these are just a few. He called the police almost every week so i had them over every week knocking at my door. He was in the hospital 4 times to be stabilized. He is now on Haldol and is doing much better. But it was hell , he had phychosis, delusions and paranoia. He is still a bit paranoid, but I ll take what we have now anytime. I take baby steps, I don’t know what’s around the corner, but I have learned to appreciate the some what quiet days.
Can your son get Medicaid? Every state has different laws. I know in Florida only people with young kids and low income elderly can get Medicaid, I have applied for SSI for my son and he will be getting insurance with the ssi.
I would start with NAMI or MHA sometimes they can lead you to low income clinics. It’s important for your son to be on medication.
Prayers for peace, it’s a horrible illness. Knowing i am not alone has helped me so much.