Will try to make this short as poss. My husband has been in recovery for years and was doing well. Everything was fine. Then his family help him open a business. All was well but then I guess the pressures of running a business took its toll and I started seeing shifty behaviour from him and finding drug paraphanailia hidden in places in the house. I have tried the following : 1) confronted him but never get the truth and I often get verbal abuse and told I'm crazy 2) approached his family - I just get the blame and told I'm evil and insensitive to burden them with this. They clearly believe his version. I end up arguing with his mum and then she runs to my husband saying I'm this that and the other, only causing more problems and resulting in my husband having more of a go at me for stressing his mum and I get it in the neck from all angles 3) I've contacted the clinic he's under to inform them of things. They don't seem that proactive and just say they have their own procedures in place and then go on to warn me they will contact social services as we have a child if I send them anything else, as an attempt to quiet me down. 4) I've kicked him out for weeks on end to scare him into what he could potentially lose if this continues. Last time I did this was Xmas. It has calmed him down and there has been an improvement but we've had a few incidents since and I'm worried about it getting worse. 5) I have now told him he can do drugs if he wants as he's an adult. Maybe the reverse psychology will work? The other night he'd lied about his whereabouts. He'd said he'd booked his taxi to come home after work but then didn't show up til 2.30am and switched his phone off. I was panicked so I contacted his mum and get that response off her (see point 2) What else can I do? If I leave him that will have an awful effect on our son being torn between us. I'd get abuse off his family. It would be turmoil, I can't face the stress of it. We own our house and I know he won't go easy, I had inheritance that paid the mortgage off completely.