What tools did CPS give you? I am really curious, I want to know.I left foster care at 15 and rented my own apartment, while working at Thomason (UMC) and going to school. When it was too much, I went for my GED and I took an EMT class. 14 years later, I'm a single mom, paying my bills, not on welfare, continue to help patients and have the respect and love of my daughter. Shame on you people that think that CPS cannot help these children. They give you the tools, it's how you use them.
We have been looking for a CPS success case for 10 years and haven't found one yet.
Are you a CPS success case? Or did you somewhere along the line pick up the DRIVE to succeed from a relative or mentor?
We have never seen anybody involved with CPS who knew anything but the malicious use of the Poison Pen and practiced Law (threats) and Medicine without a license (dope kids out of their heads).
Leonard Henderson, co-founder
American Family Rights
"Until Every Child Comes Home"©
"The Voice of America's Families"©