I need advice on what to do. My husband was a meth user before he joined the army. Since I've been deployed I noticed his behavior changing and recently it was confirmed to me that he has begun using again.He has been AWOL (in the states) for a couple months. He had seemed to have cut off all contact with family and friends, but recently I sent him an e-mail telling him how very depressed I was at the idea of coming home from deployment to nothing and he actually responded. Someone has also been messing with my accounts recently, changing passwords and profile pictures. I thought it might be him since he is the only one who has a clue the kinds of passwords I use. I have two questions, one how do I respond to his e-mail? He said only: He does care about me, He messed up, He's not going back to post, He's done with Colorado, and getting married was a mistake. (I'm not taking all the message personally, I know he's not himself right now). Should I say anything? It gives me hope that he responded, but it seems like he's still not ready to face his problems, he's still running away. My other question is, that as an AWOL soldier, he can be forced to go to rehab when he is found. There is a warrant out for him and the plans of his command is to send him to a month long in patient rehab program. However, no one seems to be actively looking for him. I've been looking into ways to find him. Is it the wrong thing to help them find him so that he can be taken back? I'm not certain I can find him now if he has left the city anyway. I'm really worried about him, he abondoned his car with the keys still in it and there were holes in the walls of our house where he tried to put his head or fists through the wall.I really appreciate any responses.