So here's the short version of my saga...After much time dealing with letters like ED, OCD, PTSD, SI as well as severe depression. I took a risk and moved across the country for a plum job, though honestly, I was scared I wasn't ready. A week into my new life I attempted suicide overdosing XXXXX - in retrospect I was too overwhelmed. I was found on the kitchen floor by my new roommate. This bought me a two day ICU stay and then a week in the psych ward...I moved back home to live with my parents and get help. I go to cog/behavioral therapy 2x a week and see a psychiatrist every week or two...but I'm not doing well. Now my psych wants to add a possibility of bipolar spectrum to my laundry list of "disorders" and meds. I had to resign my position I had been so excited about and thus lost my health insurance at the end of October. Both my psychologist and I agree I'm not doing well and would benefit from either a daily outpatient program or, possibly, an inpatient program. But I don't have the money. I spent hours today calling every place in my area trying to find the help I need. I was, unsurprisingly, told that my state has little governmental support for the mentally ill. It's so frustrating. I wondered if anyone had any advice on getting funds, perhaps federal, to help pay for the pricey hospitalization ($150-$300/day just for outpatient programs). Also, I wondered if anyone was aware of mental health rehab centers that offered scholarships or grants. I'm a woman in my 20s and spent some time searching the internet today - I found some substance abuse programs offering scholarships, but none for my situation. I'm willing to go out of state...I'm willing to do anything. I'm trying so hard to get better, to get my old life back, to move on with my life, to live...but it's hard when death is becoming.