Our expert says:
Any competent and capable rehab program should have discussed this issue with her, in detail, and should perhaps have also discussed i with whoever she was planning to stay with. Ramining "friends" with and associating with fellow drug-users is a BAD idea and likely to significantly increase the risk of relapse - and what's the difference between her staying with drug-using parents, and staying with you but associating with other drug-users ? It's like an alcoholic going back to their usual pub and mixing with heavy-drinking pals. OK, they're "supposedly" clearn, but apparently that is not sure, and while you could argue that they could support each other in staying clean, they could also easily lead each other back into using. If the main thing they had in common waS the drugs, then the latter is the more likely scenario.
And shouldn't she give more priority to spending time with her child, and getting a normal job, than to socializing ? Is there a social worker who worked with her in rehab, with whom you ( and she ) could discuss the situation ?
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