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  • How manage your Child Protective Services case and maintain your sanity
    How manage your Child Protective Services case and maintain your sanity

    As we have spent the past few weeks discussing the subject, you can hopefully tell that a CPS case can be complicated, difficult, stressful and rewarding all at the same time. You will be pushed in ...

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  • Advice on transitioning your child back into your home after a Child Protective Services investigation
    Advice on transitioning your child back into your home after a Child Protective Services investigation

    The good news is that your child is back in your home after a long absence due to an ongoing CPS case . The not so good news is that you are now going to have to make adjustments to how you did things ...

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  • How to proceed after your child is returned home after a Child Protective Services case
    How to proceed after your child is returned home after a Child Protective Services case

    Great news! Your child has been returned home after being away for up to one year. You have done what was needed to improve the safety of your home and to ensure that your child is your number one ...

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  • Life after a Child Protective Services Investigation has ended
    Life after a Child Protective Services Investigation has ended

    Like all things in life, good and bad, your CPS case and investigation will eventually end. If you are just beginning the process it may not seem like it but it is absolutely true that CPS will not be ...

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  • Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol
    Handling a Child Protective Services case while addicted to drugs or alcohol

    If you are a parent who is facing a CPS investigation due to an addiction to drugs or alcohol there is specific information you should be aware of as you begin to map out a plan for yourself and your ...

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  • If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?
    If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?

    When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list. It is looked upon as being so high a risk and ...

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