Tuesday, May 5, 2009

It Is Time For Foster Parents And Relatives To Unite To Save Children From A Failed System

Both relatives and foster parents have come to me with their concerns. Their concerns are the same!

I am thinking of a name for the combined effort.....

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can families of persons in guardianship join forces as well?

Anonymous said...

"Heartstings"......they tug at them be the child blood or foster.

Anonymous said...

It should have said "Heartstrings"

Anonymous said...

What about "Best Interest of The Child", it's a term that has been thrown around so often with no meaning.....let's make it stick.

scantv77 said...

Everyone can and should join forces to help our future generations.

Family after family have been denied being able to raise their own children here in the Seattle Area. Besides being wonderful caring parents these people have one thing in common. They are all Patriots that want a better world for their children.

Yet when forced into trying to keep their own child they are up against courts rules that are unique to Juvenile court and NOT readily available to the parent. In these so called rules paperwork that might be seriously needed in court can be denied by a clerk with NO COURT ORDER. And even if there is a court order the CPS worker such as ordered to be able to have contact but the ONLY phone # available is NOT WORKING, CPS boss etc seems to think there is no problem not adhering to the order.

From personal experience the CPS and Court are so corrupted closing down CPS and massive revamp of court proceedures is mandatory.

Anonymous said...

simple answer is yes they should, is it possible is the tough one. I read the comments from King 5 postings and everyone from Foster children, to biological parents, to Foster parents to DSHS workers have the same complaints. The only way to really fix the system is to combine. Remember a great strategy of war is to divide and conquer and that is what has happened to us.