Are low income families judged when Child Protective Services are investigating a case.
CPS-Child Protective Services, Department of Social Services, Case Workers. Low Income Families, Allegations, Unfair Treatment, Drug Use, Abuse-Physical, Mental, Neglect, Harm, Childs Well Being, Divorce, Best Interest
A knock on the door, a Case Worker wanting to speak to you due to a confidential person calling Child Protective Services stating there's possible allegations against you and the worker is asking to come in to talk
yes there are they fill that you can afford to take care of your children
by Mothers of Nations 7 years ago
A homeless family that doesn't want help...What do you do when you see a homeless women with children that doesn't want help? So many people have tried to help and her story is always the same: A friend helped to get them into a hotel for a few days and they'll be going back home (out of state)...
by Andrea Vaughn 4 years ago
Child Protective ServicesMy out-of-control teen daughter, using pot, lying & running away, made false allegations to CPS & Law Enforcement. I am a very protective parent, no running around "town," we're rural and have had 3 sexual predators in 3 years, that were made...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 7 years ago
Do YOU believe that the Duggars should be investigated by Child Protective Services for thegeneral abuse of their children, especially their oldest daughters who are continuously consigned into parenting duties, raising their younger siblings? Many parents have been investigated for...
by MissJamieD 8 years ago
Ok I'm not totally retarded, I called Child Protective Services on my ex husband who is addicted to meth and has two of our three kids living with him since we split. He couldn't clean up and is continuing to make horrible decisions in my kids' care. The kids are with their grandparents until the...
by Michael Collins aka Lakemoron 8 years ago
We hear and read so many people saying what they don't want. It makes me wonder what do people think would help. Please if you are going to list them then use a number system or bullet points. Thank you.
by janesix 6 years ago
Should moms stay home with their kids? I think they should . It's better for the family in my opinion. At least until they are in school full time. The American family is falling apart, and mothers working and dumping kids off in daycare is part of the problem. Absentee dads is also a huge problem...
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