Williams had agreed to go to rehab after talking to Dr. Phil McGraw, but he said it was such a "rushed decision."
Williams said Wednesday during a TV interview that he's still deciding on his job offers. He said he's living at a sober house in California and hopes to do voiceover work there.
Williams recently reunited with his family. He was homeless in Ohio when his voice was recorded and posted on YouTube.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.