If CPS takes your child, can you have another baby? It’s a question that parents never want to ask, but unfortunately, it’s more common than you think. When Child Protective Services (CPS) takes a child away from your home, it can be devastating for you and the rest of your family. Not only do you […]
So, you need to know what to do when CPS lies. It is a very tough position to be in — for a number of reasons. First and foremost, if you’re at the center of a CPS investigation, you could be at risk of losing custody of your children or even facing criminal charges. Second, […]
Why hasn’t CPS contacted me? Sadly, this is an all too common question that doesn’t always have a simple answer. Child Protective Services (CPS) was designed to ensure the safety of children who may be facing abuse or neglect at the hands of their caretaker(s). Since every state has its own CPS division, it can […]
We’ve had many parents ask us, “What questions will CPS ask my child?” This is a common concern, especially because social workers often want to speak with children privately.
Many parents have wondered, “Does CPS require a child to have their own room?” It’s a reasonable question. After all, CPS considers sleeping arrangements an important part of any home visit. However, not everyone can afford to have a bedroom for each child. Many children share rooms with siblings or even parents. Of course, families […]
If you’re dealing with CPS, you’ve probably wondered, “What does CPS look for in a home visit?” I have been visited by CPS a few times, and it’s always stressful… but I’ve done some research and figured out what CPS is actually looking for when they visit your home.