- Do We Have To Buy Our Foster Kid A Birthday Present? Or Have A Party?
- THE NANNY STATE
- Michigan: Tragedy Hits Home with FightCPS Reader Faith Baden’s Children
- DHS Director Ismael Ahmed’s Statement on Changing Michigan’s Day Care Definitions
- DHS discrimination against transgender teen alleged
- Kids reportedly kept sans parents despite two state license rejections
|Do We Have To Buy Our Foster Kid A Birthday Present? Or Have A Party?Posted: 02 Nov 2009 03:47 AM PST
Our foster kid turns 9 next week and she keeps telling us stuff she wants for her birthday.Also she keeps asking for a party.I thought you didn’t have to give foster kids this stuff?We buy her clothes and food and all seriously how much money do they think we should spend on her?
|THE NANNY STATEPosted: 02 Nov 2009 03:41 AM PST
Those who have run up $12 trillion in debt, led us into multiple trillion dollar foreign wars, left our children and grandchildren with a $100 trillion bill for unfunded promises, and have sold their souls to evil banks and corporations, have exercised their powers in a destructive manner.
|Michigan: Tragedy Hits Home with FightCPS Reader Faith Baden’s ChildrenPosted: 02 Nov 2009 03:40 AM PST
In Midland, Michigan an adopted child attacked and killed Faith Baden’s son, Justin Baden, age 17, early in August, 2009. Justin and his younger siblings were removed from Faith Baden’s home by CPS and eventually adopted out to Jessica Pribbernow, a Michigan child-collector.
|DHS Director Ismael Ahmed’s Statement on Changing Michigan’s Day Care DefinitionsPosted: 02 Nov 2009 03:10 AM PST
Michigan Department of Human Services Director Ismael Ahmed today issued the following statement:
“Being a good neighbor means helping your neighbors who are in need. This could be as simple as providing a cup of sugar, monitoring their house while they’re on vacation or making sure their children are safe while they wait for the school bus.
|Posted: 01 Nov 2009 06:43 PM PST|
|DHS discrimination against transgender teen allegedPosted: 01 Nov 2009 06:14 AM PST
A transgender teenager who identifies as a girl said she was subject to constant abuse and discrimination during 18 months in the custody of Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services.
|Kids reportedly kept sans parents despite two state license rejectionsPosted: 01 Nov 2009 05:53 AM PST
Despite being twice denied a state license to run a child-welfare group home, the Giving Tree accepts children without a parent or guardian at its midtown Grace Home shelter, say 12 former Giving Tree clients, workers and supporters — and even the Giving Tree’s own fundraising materials.