Legally Kidnapped

Shattering Your Child Welfare Delusions Since 2007

Monday, April 11, 2016

Overnight at CPS: Need for foster families outpaces local supply

Note: Translation to Reality:  They're stealing so many kids that they can't house them all.

Behind a series of hallways and closed doors at the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services center in Sherman, an air mattress sits on a floor. A child might be found borrowing a laptop to listen to music, playing with a toy or reading a book left in the room. But this is not a bedroom. It’s another room in the CPS offices, but this is where Grayson County children sleep when they’ve been removed from their families in an emergency situation and foster families cannot be found to take them in.

More >> Overnight at CPS: Need for foster families outpaces local supply 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Guess what

It Could Happen To You