Child Abuse – Feeling Your Pain

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I just don't understand why the people who work with Child Welfare cannot be held responsible when a child gets abused in foster care. It is the duty of these people to ensure that when children are removed from the home that they are put in safe places. If children are being removed from their parents for protection, they should be put in safe and comforting environments. Is there nothing parents can do when they discover their children are being abused in foster care? Is there no way to overstep Child Welfare when facing this situation?

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Jun 04, 2010
Child Welfare CAN be held responsible...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

But it involves a process that many aren't willing to go through. One can contact their local government official to lodge a complaint, and go from there. Thank you for sharing with my visitors and me.

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