How to get my son into a sober living home in troy ny

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How to get my son into a sober living home in troy ny

A Troy, NY State Police dispatcher wanted to know how to get my son into a sober living home in Troy, NY. My son was arrested by the State of New York for criminal trespassing. He had slept in his car and drove it down the street for days, coming back to my house so that he could sleep. I’m not a police dispatcher but I did want to help my son so I called the Troy Police Dispatch. They have a web site that will help with this type of thing. I was hoping they would be able to put my son in a sober living home in Troy NY. The next day I went to the city hall to see what my son could do if I wanted him to stay here. The lady at the desk told me I would have to hire a private investigator and we would have to check out all the city hall and bail bonds offices in town. She told me that it was impossible for me to get in touch with all of these different officials to find out who would be responsible for putting my son in a sober living home in Troy, NY. I also knew there would be no help at the city hall so I needed to contact the county. I asked if there was any help or what I could do as a police dispatcher to get my son into a sober living home in Troy, NY. I was told it was a county-wide problem. That sounded okay to me. I decided to contact my local county office and tell them I wanted to talk to my son in the city hall. I asked if I could call them back with my son’s phone number so that I could get the information I needed from them. The lady said that I could call back, but she didn’t know what the number was. I told her to just call my son and tell him I wanted to talk to him in the city hall. At that point I asked if I could talk to the district attorney who was representing him in the city hall. The lady I talked to said that the district attorney was busy and that I should call him back in a few minutes. I did. The district attorney told me that he was not aware of any place in Troy where my son could go and get help. I told him I was glad to hear that and asked if he could let me know which city halls in Troy. He said that was OK. It was not until later that evening that I contacted the city hall and found out that they were putting my son in a sober living home in Troy. Now that I knew what the problem was, I asked for help. It turns out that the city hall is like an island. There are two different phone numbers for the city hall but one is for the council person and the other is for the county government. Mary Checchesi of the City Hall Business Office said that she could put my son in a sober living home in Troy, NY if it were possible. I explained that it was impossible to get in touch with all of these different people that I had never heard of. Mary told me that in her experience as a city employee, she had never had to do this before and thought it was pretty strange that the city didn’t already have this facility. We went to lunch and when she left, I said that I thought maybe I should start calling all the city hall offices and see if they could put my son in a sober living home in Troy. It was going to cost me a little bit of money but I figured it was worth it.