I imagine this is unconventional and in some way, wrong...but are there any programs that a person can be forced into? My uncle has been in several treatments, from my understanding, but he's left them all. And because of his previous actions, half of my family refuses to contribute any funds to have him placed in a shelter while the rest of us are hesitant or just don't have the money to spare. He needs a shelter that will take him away from the hurtful environment that he's in, and hopefully could help him find his feet so that he could be self sufficient again. I think a big part of his problem is that he has a lot of friends that live in low income areas, so it's easier to find and acquire his drug of choice, crack cocaine. We tired to have him placed in one shelter that was promising, but one of their requirement for low cost fees was that he be admitted when he was actually under the influence. He disappears whenever he smokes crack because according to him, it makes him paranoid and nutty, so we can't exactly place him there as he's never around. The only time I actually see him high is when he's smoked pot, and then, he's just mellow, and they aren't serious about weed smoking (?) than crack... Either way, I think he would be resistant to treatment. He claims he wants to be clean, but I'm not sure I believe him anymore. He seems to like being the person that he is now. He doesn't work, the family pitches in to make sure he has food, and his friends supply him with drugs...so I'm drawing blanks.