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On January 30, 2015, Attorney General Kamala Harris is quoted by LA Times; "of all the discrete parts contributing to our concern about human trafficking, our foster care system is a big one.... The foster care system in California is not working." 

The Coalition for the Protection of Chilren and Families.

Bring Our Children Home

Support Family Values

Our mission is to lobby for support of family values and reunification of families discriminated against by government officials.  We will meet with federal, state, and local government officials and lobby for equal treatment of parents in the eyes of the law.   In order for us to succeed, we are developing this coalition and need representatives in every state.  We rely on our donors to help us achieve our goal.

Please join us in this mission to fight for the rights or parents and children across the nation.  Help bring moral and ethical values back to our world.

WE are parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins, and, most importantly, members of a family.
We are the Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families and we invite you to join the discussion.  We are assembling by region to approach lawmakers and politicians for the purpose of law reform to protect children and families.
Please fill out the form located below and we will keep you updated on the progress of this project.

This is a Citizens'AMBER ALERT:

The lives, health, and wellbeing of our children are in clear and present danger as long as the Department of Child and Family Services has the power to remove them from our care without cause.  As public service employees in all sectors of government continue to fail to uphold the law or protect those they were selected to serve, the future of our children hangs in the balance…

We The People… mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts, uncles, and cousins are being erased and our children are becoming scared, traumatized, mentally ill, raped, incarcerated, drugged, marginalized, violated, homeless, and killed, every day while in the legal custody of employees of the Department of Children and Family Services, CPS. Local, state, and federal officers and departments across America are aiding in the destruction of families, based on very little to no reason and discriminatory discretion.  And the horror does not stop there.

Children are often taken out of their parents’ home and placed with strangers in strange towns that they do not have any familiarity with.  This causes many of our children to act out and become emotionally traumatized.  They are often taken to see all kinds of doctors and given assessments and shots which are harmful to them.  They do not get to hold their parent’s hand when these shots are administered and the side effects of many of the shots administered are worse than the illness that they are meant to protect them from.

Therapist, counselors, and social workers try to keep our children from becoming unruly at the inhumane treatment they receive, by giving them diagnosis and treatment with drugs.  Many of these drugs have been discovered to cause severe depression, obesity, suicidal tendencies, and other mental and physical health complications which eventually lead to an early death.

Our babies are detained from as early as birth and placed in homes with people who are not equipped to care for them properly, leading to accidental deaths by chocking, SIDS, or other means.  Social workers, foster homes, and caretakers are not given background checks and are not well regulated.  Many of the employees hired do not even have adequate qualifications to perform the job they are payed for.

Contact with these children’s biological parents is very limited and controlled and when our children ask to come home, we are unable to let them due to the department’s discretion and blanket jurisdiction.  While parents are court mandated into a series of programs, classes, and groups, which are taught by uneducated and underqualified/unqualified employees, our children are kept apart and are quite often moved from multiple foster homes due to the caretaker’s inability to handle them. 

Brothers and sister are separated from each other and contact can be severed if the parent does not comply and the dependency case is closed.  This leads many children to run away, steal, and exhibit other criminal activity and, when caught, they are placed in juvenile detention or back into a stricter foster home.  When children go missing, the biological parent is rarely informed and has no ability to help in their relocation.

Nearly 50% of our children processed through foster care and adoptive homes end up homeless after they turn 18 years old.  Left to wander in the streets, with little knowledge of where to find help or their biological parents, many of these children face a hopeless future.

Child Trends, an advocacy organization in Washington, D.C., states that “there is evidence that children in foster care experience more developmental problems and are more prone to engage in high-risk sexual behaviors. The Urban Institute, meanwhile, found that 28 percent of children living with foster parents and relatives had limiting physical, learning, or mental health conditions.”  PBS KQED Fontline Child Welfare System FAQ”.  Children who once thrived in a school environment, find themselves unable or unwilling to maintain interest in school education after being separated from those they are familiar with.

“According to a 2002 report from the Urban Institute, states spent at least $20 billion on child welfare services for fiscal year 2000. Federal funds accounted for $9.9 billion, states contributed $7.9 billion, and local funds totaled $2.2 billion. Of the $20 billion, 45 percent -- $9.1 billion -- was spent on out-of-home placements, including room and board and support services such as mental health counseling. Funds for adoptions, meanwhile, accounted for 9.5 percent, or $1.9 billion.” And it has only gotten worse.

With almost half of our tax dollars allotted for Family Welfare Services; programs to intervene and help keep the family together, is really being spent to break them up and show a need for more removal services.  This creates an environment where people grow up to no longer believe in ‘Family Values’.  Our children’s and our human rights are being violated by people who have been hired as public servants every day.

Although there have been multiple studies into the effects of separation from one’s parents for years proven to show our children have more mental illnesses after separation from parents and family, this inhumane treatment of our youth continues.  Senators, judges, attorney generals, and psychiatrists/psychologists are speaking out about the health risks and exploitation of our children, but it is up to us to change the laws and take our children back.

When government officials, judges, lawyers, and social workers fail to protect the youth of this country it is up to the parents and families to take back our children.  Support family values and bring our children back home.
 Jacqelyn McCroskey, a professor of social work at the University of Southern California, explains in an article featured in Family Preservation Journal in 2001, "Each locality has a great deal of discretion about the types of family-centered services it offers, and because such services are still relatively new, unproven,
and poorly funded, local services vary greatly."

With a lack of approved and adequate services, CPS intervenes if the reports from teachers or other agencies and public service groups appear to contradict a supportive family environment.

Poverty is one of the key components of neglect which has caused many children to be removed.  With over 45% of government funds allotted for Family Welfare programs, in each county, being spent to remove children from their parents, we need to take a new look at some old regulations which are destroying families every day.

Thank you all for your support.

We are now calling on parents and family who has been experiencing similar discrimination. We would like to share your story.

Please fill out the form below. The more stories we share the more people we educate and the stronger we become.

Hello there:

We would like to connect with you and speak with you regarding the gross violation of civil rights of parents and families across this nation by the Social Services Department of Children and Families. Many parents are discriminated against every year and I am one of these. My parental rights and civil rights have been violated on multiple occasions.
Many parents and children across the nation are in a similar state of distress. What about all of the corrupt judges, lawyers, and social workers who systematically profile, discriminate, and out right rob good parents of their children? WE need your help righting the wrongs that have been, for too long, kept in the shadow.

Please join us in the discussion at the Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families, and help bring our children home.

You can take action today by signing our petition requesting that the President remove ASFAct (Adoption and Safe Family Act) H.R. 867.

Your Family Story
Bring Our Children Home

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Parents with Disabilities

Women Against Abuse


United States Bill of Rights
Parental Rights for Parents with Disabilities
The United States Supreme Court has stated:

“There is a presumption that parents act in their children’s best interests, Parham v. J. R., 442 U. S. 584, 602; there is normally no reason or compelling interest for the State to inject itself into the private realm of the family to further question a parent's’ ability to make the best decisions regarding their children. (Reno v. Flores, 507 U. S. 292, 304.)

“The state may not interfere in child rearing decisions when a parent is available.” Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57 (2000).

The right to have our children has been found to be denied regularly.  U.S. District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer in 2005 stated that “families were deprived of their constitutional rights when state child welfare officials threatened to separate parents from their children during abuse investigations.” (Dupuy v. Samuels, 397 F.3d 493 (7th Cir. 2005)). 

This type of treatment of parents who are suffering from poverty and have disabilities is occurring nationwide at an alarming rate and is a level of discrimination which is not limited by race, religion, or nationality.  Many do not receive fair and adequate representation.  My family is but one of millions across the nation effected and I am asking for my rights to be upheald.

Please join us in protecting children and families from abuse and discrimination by the people sworn to protect us.
​November 15, 2016

Last night hit me like a sack of bricks. It has been a year since I have seen my precious children and I pray that they are doing OK. Each of my children is in a different county and, as far as I know, none of them see each other. How is a mother supposed to live without her children? This is cruel and unusual punishment and I need your help getting the proper legal representation to fight this.

Please donate today.

"How the County Stole my Children; Victims of the System"

If your rights have been violated by CPS/DCFS in the past four years you are elligible to be part of a national class action.

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CAPRA Registration Form

referral code: #95437LJ213
By this picture you would think that we are an average family getting our picture taken outside on a bright sunny day.  On another day you might be right, but on this particular day you don’t know the half of it.  We have had a great day and are about to part ways.  Everyone is strained and worried about what tomorrow will bring.  At this point my children and I have been separated from each other for over four years.  Each month we have a short visit and then they are transported to different parts of the state by county employees of CPS and foster parents.

I was a victim of domestic violence, am a survivor of three car accidents, and recently was awarded disability status under Federal Social Security Laws and medical recommendation.  Before I was awarded my benefits under federal law, I could not make enough money to support myself and my three children and needed help.

             In 2011, my oldest son and I suffered from domestic violence.  I called the police for help and CPS came and told me to leave my house and my trailer, with nothing but a few suitcases and my children.  They urged me to go to the local homeless shelter, which is full of drug addicts and mentally deranged men, and would not leave until I drove out of the driveway.  Homeless shelters are not safe houses.  I did not go, having concerns for my family’s safety, and stayed with a friend for a few nights.

The complete story can be read this story published in the Huffington Post. 

The Coalition for the Protection of Chilren and Families.

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