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Before you try the media, you need to contact Adult Protection Services, because even though he is still listed in the foster system, he should not be and as a foster parent you should not be saddled with him at this point either. Legally, adult protection needs to step in and take control over him as a disabled adult in need of protection and to find a placement for him away from your home. That is your first step.
Second step is you have a right to file a claim for compensation with the foster agency for the time they left him in your care and if they refuse to pay, then you have a right to file a suit against them for your claims. You need to send them a written demand for payment and inform them this is your mandatory written notice of claim against them and demand payment. Once you file that with them, if they refuse to pay you can sue in court for the compensation you are entitled to from them for the time they left him with you when they should not have done so.