- Foster care task force created after 7-year-old Margate boy killed himself wants changes
- Desperate parents rally for their children
- Making the community aware of the corruptivness of the department of child protective services
- Backpacks may cause back problems
- “Evil” child care workers, police and courts rip family apart
- Local case shines light on parental rights
- Neb. changes way it handles child-welfare calls
- Ex-Oklahoma CASA official, husband accused in $460K embezzlement case
|Foster care task force created after 7-year-old Margate boy killed himself wants changesPosted: 23 Aug 2009 09:30 AM PDT
A work group assigned to study the death of a Broward youngster released its final report. But advocates ask: Who will pay for the reforms the group recommends?
|Desperate parents rally for their childrenPosted: 23 Aug 2009 09:28 AM PDT
Parents and children affected by the Department of Children and Family Services rallied on Thursday at the Edmund D. Edelman Children’s Court.
|Making the community aware of the corruptivness of the department of child protective servicesPosted: 23 Aug 2009 09:25 AM PDT
This website is to make the community aware of the horrors that come about when the department of child protective services play God and decides who deserves their children and who doesn’t. This website is to make aware of the emotional and psychological damage it does to the children,parents, grandparents,and other family members who have fallen prey to this organization supposedly meant to protect families.
|Posted: 23 Aug 2009 09:14 AM PDT
Child Protective Services has made us a weak nation.
|Backpacks may cause back problemsPosted: 23 Aug 2009 09:13 AM PDT
Backpacks may cause back problems
|“Evil” child care workers, police and courts rip family apartPosted: 23 Aug 2009 08:24 AM PDT
The story began in April 2007 when “Mr Smith”, as I must call him, had a visit from the RSPCA over the dog-breeding business he ran from the family home. He had docked the tails of five newborn puppies – a procedure that had become illegal two days beforehand. Unaware of this, he promised in future to obey the new law.
|Local case shines light on parental rightsPosted: 23 Aug 2009 08:22 AM PDT
You walk in the front door of your home, take two steps and get punched in the face — the photos of your 5-year-old son are missing from the dining room wall.
|Neb. changes way it handles child-welfare callsPosted: 23 Aug 2009 08:11 AM PDT
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Service has changed its protocol for handling calls about child welfare following the death of an Omaha boy.
|Ex-Oklahoma CASA official, husband accused in $460K embezzlement casePosted: 23 Aug 2009 07:48 AM PDT
An Edmond couple is accused in an embezzlement case of financing a lavish lifestyle for themselves with $461,586 in taxpayer and donated funds intended to help abused and neglected children.