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My boyfriend who stays with me has been living outside my house in his car for 3 days. He has a bottle which he is urinating in, and he won't come inside. I called 911 because this is not ok behavior and he is hardly eating at all. He refused to go to the hospital and they wouldn't take him because they assessed him and said his mind was fine. It is not fine. He can't just live in his car. My daughter in law came over and talked to him. She told him he can't just live in his car. He told her he wants nothing to do with me, yet he is sitting in his car outside of my house. He has his own house so she told him to go home. He drove off, very erratically, and was back in less than an hour. He needs help, but refuses to get it, and he has no family. It can't just stay like this until he dies out there? Is there anything I can do to help him, or if he refuses, to get him to leave. I can't live like this.

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ps - I just realized I'm a little confused, has his own house these days with you, what's that about?
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How old is your boyfriend? This is very passive aggressive behavior on his part. He certainly has gotten your attention eh? And now you are stewing and begging him to come indoors and so are other people, wow a lot of attention for bad behavior. As Carolynn stated, making a report to the police once a day and perhaps adult protective services is a good idea. You may want to file an order of protection if you feel his behavior is that bizarre. May I ask what prompted is move to the car? Did he tell you he plans to live in your driveway long term or is he just acting out because he did not get his own way while living in your house?
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I wouldn't call 911 unless it's an immediate emergency. But I would call the police at least once everyday and ask them to come out and make a report that you tried to call 911 but they assessed your boyfriend is OK, however he is still in front of your house in a state of disarray after xx days. Enough of those reports and they may initiate a 72-hour psych evaluation. If he sits still, you may not be a danger to himself but it seems as if he is a danger to others especially if he drives erratically. Also call the Department of Aging an adult protective services to describe the problem and see if you can get some assistance. Why does your boyfriend suddenly want to have nothing to do with you and is willing to live in his car and pee in a bottle? This is hardly normal behavior. Something is definitely wrong. You know it and you need to convince others. What about some religious assistance: a rabbi, minister or priest, etc? Did the two of you do any activities together where you might bring in a trusted third party to intervene?
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