Monday, May 30, 2016

Child Protective Services is Motivated by Money NOT helping Children

Child Protective Services social workers must obey their supervisors. Your case is motivated by her supervisor’s desire to put more children in foster care, to bring federal funding into the county, and to justify her own job.
After all, if these people never found any children “in need of services” who they can place in the foster care system, there would be no need for their jobs and they’d all be laid off.
It is in their best interest to widen their definitions of child abuse and neglect, so they can take in more children, get more federal funding, and force parents through the multiple difficult hoops called a “service plan.”

Their supervisors review every case and they call the shots. If the social worker hasn’t moved to take your child, the supervisor may review the case and tell the social worker to return to your home with law enforcement and take your children. You place blame on the social worker (who is just trying to earn a paycheck) when it is a supervisor who made the decision to detain the children.

There are numerous abused and neglected children in foster care. Most do NOT have a voice in the foster care system. No one is speaking up for their needs and helping them during this emotionally difficult time and Child Protective Services only see these children as a paycheck and nothing more.

Here is a great article to read:
The Shame of Governmental Child Protection with Melody former CPS worker by Julian Griffen "Melody" (name changed at interviewee's request) worked for the Department of Family and Children Services (DFACS) for ten years. She started at the front desk while attending college at nights to obtain her degree, then worked in eligibility and child protective services. She transferred to another governmental agency three years ago. http://www.spiritofmaat.com/archive/jul2/dfacs.htm
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Take away their 'power' and make them accountable... If the feds, who fund these criminals, truly want to cut the budget, this would be a good place to start.  They need only cut funding to 'Child Protective Services', turning it over to the states, making it an expense in each state, as opposed to an 'income opportunity' in which states STEAL federal money, and just watch how dramatically the reports of 'child abuse' will go down all over the country!  It would be a WIN WIN for children who should be cherished as God's gift to us all!
 

The Shame of
Governmental
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin 

The Shame of
Governmental
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin 


The Shame of
Governmental
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin