The Coalition’s Visit to the Capitol a success

I know  I haven’t taken the time to update this blog since the Georgia Coalition’s visit to the Governor’s Mansion.  With our stories and knowledge of this broken system we were able to turn a few heads.  The visit was a success with hopefully the changing of laws in the near future – we hope to have word on the SB415 that was introduced gets recognition in Senator Nancy Schaefer’s honor and memory – she was a true saint for standing up for her constituents in warding off Child Protective Services and listening to their heart wrenching stories.  I will continue pressing onward in hopes to get this  bill passed hopefully by the end of Summer session. 

In the near future, the Coalition will be visiting other government facilities and employees in hopes to work with them as well in all aspects of training and protocol.  What do I want to come out of all this hard work?  I want parents to be able to be in court with out the courts manipulation and bullying on it’s parents, especially the parents who we great parents.  We all know that just because DFACS/CPS is called for whatever reason, not all of its investigations are proven to be all truth.  However, we do know that there are some instances where DFACS should investigate for what ever reason.  We want the fraud to stop, we want the money to be used in areas to strengthen families instead of tearing them apart.   I believe this is in most of the children’s best interest. 

Thank you all, those who have been following our venues and I hope that there will be more successes in the days to come.  Until then keep on keepin on and may God Bless you all.

Paige Roberts

 

 

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About gacoalition4childprotectionreform1

For the past 10 years I have been researching family law, constitutional law dealing with deprivation and DFCS/CPS. While I am not a lawyer, I am a special family rights law Advocate; advocating families who have been disrupted by the department of family and children services.
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