Holly Hill Hospital discharged my brother back to his isolated home with no medications and with prescriptions that they knew he had no way to fill, as well as with outpatient appointments for which they knew he had no transportation. The ACT in-home support team they raved about never happened. He was at Holly Hill for at least one week before the hospital attempted contact with prior home health to find out which medications he needed. He wore the same clothing for three weeks while there. He was not advised, despite numerous contacts with the staff, that his home had been burglarized and that his vehicle was no longer available. Instead, Adrian in Discharge and her supervisor, Amber Wilson, Asst. Director of Clinical Services, allowed him to be discharged with no medications, no support, and no transportation. I discovered him home alone and in a fragile, isolated condition and environment when driving two hours to check on the security of the home. He became afraid and began rocking in a catatonic fashion when I called the hospital to ask them why they had allowed this. He was terrified that they may come back for him. This is negligent care.