Are going to meet the governor. I've asked for an audience. I called the head of the office that governs the caseworkers office and he didn't care to return my calls. I called Protection and Advocacy three times for two weeks - no return call. I've called the Governor's office of the State of South Carolina and an attorney for civil rights. I've giving the state a chance to find out why and how they feel they can toss out a 19 year old child with severe emotional disabilities when their agenda clearly states they will not ever do that right on their web site. I'm giving them more of a chance than they gave Dude. Dude is calling a civil rights attorney. I'm not sure you can just give a 2 week notice without continued help and refer a client to a homeless shelter when he's severely disabled. But I guess we're going to find out. I'm waiting on a call back from the governors secretary. I warned them, I gave them a chance to call and explain, I've played by the rules and now? I'm done. My next stop - taking all the rotten things that have been allowed to go on over the last 10 years to the news media and asking them if they'd like to know what happens to the disabled in SC's foster care and the caseworkers office. A letter saying thanks for 10 years and here's the address of the homeless shelter? Really? How about YOU being out of a job and seeking employment at Wendys?