I just spoke, by phone, with Laural who is Shaylon's mother. Despite her calls and pleas to various players in the mental health and criminal justice systems, nothing is happening. No one, it seems, will help her find her son.
I've forwarded my blog posts about Shaylon to the Mayor of San Francisco, to the Captain of the Tenderloin Police Station, and to the San Francisco Mental Health Board. No response.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of Shaylons on the streets of San Francisco. Many have families desperate to find them. The bureaucracy doesn't care.
See other posts about Shaylon on June 20, 2017 and June 26, 2017.