Jeri Olson has worked full-time as an advocate for her 32-year-old son, who has paranoid schizophrenia. Her struggle to find long-term care for him while making sure he stays safe is the experience of many families who have children suffering from a mental illness. At times, her persistence has irritated county or state officials who have been besieged with her calls and e-mails.

Jeri Olson has worked full-time as an advocate for her 32-year-old son, who has paranoid schizophrenia. Her struggle to find long-term care for him while making sure he stays safe is the experience of many families who have children suffering from a mental illness. At times, her persistence has irritated county or state officials who have been besieged with her calls and e-mails.

Jeri Olson has worked full-time as an advocate for her 32-year-old son, who has paranoid schizophrenia. Her struggle to find long-term care for him while making sure he stays safe is the experience of many families who have children suffering from a mental illness. At times, her persistence has irritated county or state officials who have been besieged with her calls and e-mails.

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