Answer: Your family is in a very difficult situation and it appears that you have been unable to find anyone who can help you locate a suitable home for your step-father.
If you are not able to get help from a state agency as to where he might be cared for, one other thing you can try is to to locate a geriatric care manager in your state who has a specialty in psychiatric assessments. This person should be able to give you more specific information on the housing options that are available for your step-father.
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