Upon admission to the assisted living facility where my mother currently resides, she was assessed and admitted with several health issues, among them dementia and moderate Alzheimer's with psychoses. She has been there more than a year now, and last month, she "eloped" in front of everyone who did nothing to stop her and she walked about 3-4 blocks unescorted to a very busy, and non-forgiving highway. A city worker called it in, and she was retrieved, unharmed, but I was called up there and while they had her, she got into a confrontation with a worker and threatened to break out the windows if they didn't let her go back to her room. I was told that she would have to go to Memory Care at least for that night if they could not get her into a behavioral hospital, which they were able to do on an emergency basis. She was there for more than two weeks as an in-patient both on emergency status, and voluntarily. Her meds were changed and they released her in my care with discharge orders and a bag of stuff to take back to the facility, which I did. I didn't dump and run. I familiarized her to her new room and gave her a tour of her new place, and took the stuff to the nurse as requested. The stuff consisted of clothing and meds. I took the clothes to wash. The rest stayed with the nurse. Ten days later my mom lost her glasses, and while I was rummaging through her drawers, I found FIVE bags of meds, DEFINITELY HERS, in the drawer that should have been given to her on the day/time BEFORE she went to the behavioral hospital, and her first day IN the behavioral hospital. Two of the bags opened, and a particular medication GONE, the other three unopened. OBVIOUSLY she didn't take those meds. I have been IN PERSON to the behavioral hospital to get answers, have contacted the Pharmacy who delivered the meds in the first place, to the Board of Nursing, and to the current facility with the following responses: They don't take back unopened, unused meds (pharmacy), NOT THEIR PROBLEM according to BOTH facilities!!!!!!!! Outside of contacting DHS, the State Pharmacy Board, the State Department of Health, what else can I do? Oh, yes...I HAVE contacted the attorney who did the guardianship for me. EVERYONE has knowledge of this. What do you think?