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Monday, December 26, 2011

CPS caseworkers tell of own lives in system

CPS caseworkers tell of own lives in system

What Gaby Valladares remembers most about many past Christmas holidays is receiving a drugstore alarm clock. Year after year, for five years in a row.

It was not a gift she particularly wanted, but it reminded her of one thing: She was in foster care. The clock was a present from her foster families that was provided to them by a child placement agency.

Note: Former foster kids who become CPS agents tend to be the worst ones because they don't understand what family is all about because they didn't have one. This is one of those public relations articles.

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