WORKING TO HELP GEORGIA’S VULNERABLE CHILDREN BY CHANGING PUBLIC POLICY CONCERNING CHILD ABUSE, FOSTER CARE, AND FAMILY PRESERVATION
The members of the Georgia Coalition for Child Protection Reform have encountered the child welfare system in their professional capacities. Through GACCPR, we work to make that system better serve America’s most vulnerable children by trying to change policies concerning child abuse, foster care and family preservation. At the Georgia Coalition Foundation, we partner with organizations around the state of Georgia to support initiatives that respond to community needs involving parents needs for better housing through cleaning up their homes etc. (this is something new and will be in the making come the middle of May near the end of May), and in keeping in the realms of “reasonable efforts” by completing the necessary plans drawn up by DFCS in their parenting or case plans. In saying this, you have to have your very first report where dfcs is initiating a classification of reasonable efforts being administered from their case file reports.
NCCPR, and GACCPR
Georgia Coalition for Child Protection Reform does not give legal advice. No one person associated with this blog is an attorney. We are parents who have experienced accusations from CPS/DFCS, and our perspectives and suggestions are from that point of view. Is a known fact that the Dept. of Family and Children Services, Child Protective Services agencies are abusive to families and children. This blog is intended to provide support and information to parents falsely accused of child abuse by Child Protective Services If you have an attorney available, Georgia Coalition for Child Protection Reform will gladly work with your attorney in helping you in your CPS, family court case.
If you are involved with a Child Protective Services /CPS) agency, the most important suggestion we can give you is to hire a good family law attorney. Any suggestions seen on this site should be discussed with that attorney who will have the best advice for you based on the locality in which you live. We do have a list of good attorney’s that we keep on file, so please don’t hesitate to ask.