These are the Organizations that are Helping to Pass Laws that Allow your Children to Be Snatched by CPS


These are the orgainzations in Georgia which are lobbying in Washington to pass laws and legislation which in the end makes slaves out of our children. These people need to be contacted by parents who have lost their children to cps. I have a list of all the states and all the lobbyist if any one is interested. I included the entire list at the bottom. Contact them and let your voice be heard.

http://www.cwla.org/advocacy/pssfsignatories.asp
Georgia
Advocates for Bartow’s Children, Cartersville
Athens Regional Attention Home, Athens
Athens Religous Society of Friends, Athens
Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic, Atlanta
Bartow County CASA, Cartersville
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Laurens County, Dublin
CASA, Jonesboro
Cherokee Child Advocacy Council, Inc. , Woodstock
Child and Family Guidance, Richmond Hill
Clarke County Department of Family and Children Services, Athens
Community Partnership for Protecting Children, Athens
Connecting Henry, McDonough
Creative Community Services, Stone Mountain
Department of Family and Children Services, Athens
East Cobb Middle PTA, Atlanta
Elks Aidmore Children’s Center, Conyers
Families First, Atlanta
Fulton County Foster & Adoptive Parent Association, Atlanta
Georgia Association of Homes and Services for Children (GAHSC), Atlanta
Georgia PTSA, Marietta
Jeff Davis Department of Family and Children Services, Hazlehurst
Multi-Agency Alliance for Children, Douglasville
NAACP, Statesboro
Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch, Statesboro
Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Atlanta
Prevent Child Abuse Henry County, Stockbridge
Prevent Child Abuse Liberty, Hinesville
Prevent Child Abuse Rockdale, Conyers, Rockdale, Conyers
Quality Care for Children, Atlanta
Rockdale County Juvenile Court, Conyers
School of Social Work, Georgia State University, Atlanta
Stepping Stone CAC, Dublin
Stepping Stone CAC, Dublin
The Depot, Inc., Stone Mountain, GA
The Methodist Home for Children and Youth, Macon
The Tree House, Inc., Winder
UGA School of Social Work, Athens
United Methodist Children’s Home, Decatur
WINGS, Dublin
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Organizations in Support of Promoting Safe and Stable Families Program
Current List of Signatories
National Organizations
Alliance for Children and Families, Washington, DC
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Washington, DC
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Washington, DC
American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, Washington DC
Bethany Christian Services, Grand Rapids, MI
CASA(Court Appointed Special Advocate) St. Louis County, St. Louis County
Center for Law and Social Policy, Washington, DC
Child Welfare League of America, Washington DC
Children Awaiting Parents, Inc., Rochester, NY
Children’s Defense Fund, Washington DC
Church Women United
Coalition on Human Needs, Washington, DC
Council for Health and Human Service Ministries (CHHSM), Cleveland
Daniel Memorial Institute, Jacksonville
Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute, New York
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Office for Governmental Affairs, Washington, DC
Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Alexandria, VA
Foster Family-based Treatment Assn., Hackensack
Girls and Boys Town, Louisiana
Kidsave International, Washington, DC
Lutheran Services in America, Washington
McAuley Institute, Silver Spring
National Adoption Center, Philadelphia
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Silver Spring. MD
National Alliance to End Homelessness
National Association for Social Workers (NASW), Washington DC
National Association of Social Workers, Washingon, DC
National Center for Youth Law, Oakland, CA
National Collaboration for Youth, Washington, DC
National Council of Jewish Women, DC
National Crime Prevention Council, Washington DC
National Family Preservation Network
National Foster Care Coalition, Washington, DC
National Independent Living Association, Jacksonville
National Respite Coalition
NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby, Washington, DC
North American Council on Adoptable Children, St Paul, MN
Orphan Foundation of America
Society for Adolescent Medicine, Blue Springs, MO
The Children’s Foundation, Washington, DC
Voice For Adoption, Washington, DC
Volunteers of America
Youth Law Center, San Francisco/Washington, DC

Alabama
Alabama Foster & Adoptive Parent Association, Decatur
Gateway, Birmingham
The Alliance, Birmingham

Arizona
Arizona Council of Human Service Providers, Phoenix
Arizonas Children Association, Tucson
Children’s Action Alliance, Phoenix
Florence Crittenton Services, Phoenix
Oesterle & Associates, Scottsdale
Umom New Day Centers, Phoenix

Arkansas
Treatment Homes, Inc., Little Rock

California
Amador ILP, Jackson
Chrysalis House, Inc., Fresno
County Welfare Directors Association of California, Sacramento
Department of Childrens Services, Victorville
Department of Children’s Services, San Bernardino
Department of Children’s Services, Barstow
Department of Children’s Services, Yucca Valley
Family Linkage Adoption, Gilroy
Five Acres The Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society of Los Angeles, Altadena
Human Social Services-DCS, San Bernardino
Kinship Center, Salinas
Lilliput Children’s Services, Sacramento
National Center for Youth Law, Oakland
Olive Crest Adoption Services, Santa Ana
San Bernardino County Dept of Children’s Services, San Bernardino
San Bernardino County, Adoptions, Rancho Cucamonga
Southern California Foster Family/Adoption Agency, Los Angeles
The Community College Foundation
The Sycamores, Pasadena

Colorado
Adoption Alliance, Denver
Colorado Association of Family and Children’s Agencies, Denver
Mount St. Vincent Home, Denver
Shiloh House, Littleton
The Coalition for Child Support Enforcement, Colorado Springs

Delaware
Children & Families First, Wilmington

District of Columbia
Volunteers for Abused & Neglected Children, Washington

Florida
Child Watch Partnership, Jacksonville
Florida’s Children First!, Inc., Orlando
Kids@Home, Boca Raton
Pasco Kids First, Inc., New Port Richey
St. George Catholic Church Social Ministry, Ft. Lauderdale
The Children’s Home, Inc., Tampa
Youth & Family Alternatives, Inc., New Port Richey

Georgia
Advocates for Bartow’s Children, Cartersville
Athens Regional Attention Home, Athens
Athens Religous Society of Friends, Athens
Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic, Atlanta
Bartow County CASA, Cartersville
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Laurens County, Dublin
CASA, Jonesboro
Cherokee Child Advocacy Council, Inc. , Woodstock
Child and Family Guidance, Richmond Hill
Clarke County Department of Family and Children Services, Athens
Community Partnership for Protecting Children, Athens
Connecting Henry, McDonough
Creative Community Services, Stone Mountain
Department of Family and Children Services, Athens
East Cobb Middle PTA, Atlanta
Elks Aidmore Children’s Center, Conyers
Families First, Atlanta
Fulton County Foster & Adoptive Parent Association, Atlanta
Georgia Association of Homes and Services for Children (GAHSC), Atlanta
Georgia PTSA, Marietta
Jeff Davis Department of Family and Children Services, Hazlehurst
Multi-Agency Alliance for Children, Douglasville
NAACP, Statesboro
Prevent Child Abuse Bulloch, Statesboro
Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Atlanta
Prevent Child Abuse Henry County, Stockbridge
Prevent Child Abuse Liberty, Hinesville
Prevent Child Abuse Rockdale, Conyers, Rockdale, Conyers
Quality Care for Children, Atlanta
Rockdale County Juvenile Court, Conyers
School of Social Work, Georgia State University, Atlanta
Stepping Stone CAC, Dublin
Stepping Stone CAC, Dublin
The Depot, Inc., Stone Mountain, GA
The Methodist Home for Children and Youth, Macon
The Tree House, Inc., Winder
UGA School of Social Work, Athens
United Methodist Children’s Home, Decatur
WINGS, Dublin

Illinois
Allendale Association, Lake Villa
Casa Central Social Services, Chicago
Central Baptist Family Services
Chicago Child Care Society, Chicago
Chicago Jobs Council, Chicago
Child Care Association of Illinois, Springfield
Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network, Chicago

Indiana
Campagna Academy, Schererville
Children’s Sanctuary, Inc, Fort Wayne
Crisis Center, Inc., Gary
Elkhart Youth Services Bureau, Inc., Elkhart
Group Homes For Children, Lafayette
Indiana Youth Advocate Program, Scottsburg
Lutheran Child and Family Services, Indianapolis
The Villages of Indiana, Inc., Indianapolis
White’s Residential & Family Services, Wabash
Whitewater Valley Care Pavilion, Connersville
Willowglen Academy-Indiana, Gary
Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County, Bloomington

Iowa
Children and Families of Iowa, Des Moines
Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Des Moines
Quakerdale, New Providence

Kansas
The Farm, Inc., Overland Park

Kentucky
Bellewood Presbyterian Homes for Children, Louisville
Kentucky Youth Advocates, Louisville
University of Kentucky Parenting Assessment Support and Training Program, Lexington
University of Kentucky Training Resource Center, Lexington

Louisiana
Acadiana Youth, Inc., Lafayette
Agenda For Children, New Orleans
Girls & Boys Town of Louisiana, New Orleans
Health Access, Shreveport
LACCA, Destrehan
Office of Mental Health, Region One, Area A, New Orleans
On Giant Shoulders, Inc, New Orleans
Reclaiming Our Youth, New Orleans
Substance Abuse Services Alliance, New Orleans
Volunteers of America, Baton Rouge
Youth Oasis, Baton Rouge

Maine
Department of Human Services, Augusta
Sweetser, Saco
Youth Alternatives.org, Portland

Maryland
New Pathways Independent Living Program, Baltimore
People Encouraging People, Baltimore
Street Law, Inc, Silver Spring
The Children’s Home, Baltimore

Massachusetts
Children’s Friend, Inc., Worcester
Children’s League of Massachusetts, Boston
Community Care Services,Inc, Tauton
DSS Community Connections/Cape Cod Neighborhood Support Coalition, Mashpee
Massachusetts Alliance for Families, Boston
Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Boston
NE Associaiton of Child Welfare Commisioners and Directors, Boston
School of Social Work, Salem State College, Salem
SPIN USA, Inc., Carlisle

Michigan
Family Service & Children’s Aid, Jackson
Vista Maria, Dearborn Hghts
Wedgwood Christian Services, Grand Rapids

Minnesota
Kandiyohi County Girls Group Home, Willmar
Little Sand Group Home, Remer
Minnesota Council of Child Caring Agencies, St. Paul
St. Joseph’s Home for Children/Catholic Charities of St. Paul/Minneapolis, St Paul/Minneapolis
Woodland Hills, Duluth

Mississippi
MS Human Services Coalition, Jackson
Sarah Isom Center for Women’s Studies/ University of Mississippi, University

Missouri
Adequate Housing for Missourians, St. Louis
Barton Dade Jasper County Special Education Cooperative, Lamar
Camden County Child Advocacy Council, Camdenton
Children’s Center of the Ozarks, Monett
Citizens for Missouri’s Children, St. Louis
Community Partnerships for Protecting Children, St. Louis
Court Appointed Special Advocates, St. Louis
Covenant House Missouri, St. Louis
Division of Family Services, Jennings
Dunkin County Juvenile Office, Kennett
Family Resource Center, St. Louis
Family Support Network, St. Louis
Kids’ Rights , St. Louis
Lutheran Family and Children’s Services, Cape Girardeau
Midwest Foster Care and Adoption Association, Independence
Missouri Coalition of Children’s Agencies, Jefferson City
Missouri Juvenile Justice Association, Jefferson City
Missouri Mentoring Partnership, Springfield
National Association of Social Workers – Missouri Chapter , Jefferson City
Phoenix Family Housing, Kansas City
Prevent Child Abuse Missouri, Jefferson City
Social Work Program, St. Joseph
Three Rivers Healthcare, Poplar Bluff
Twenty-fourth Judicial Circuit/Washington County Juvenile Court Services, Potosi

New Jersey
Covenant House New Jersey, Newark
IEP Youth Services, Inc., Freehold

New Mexico
La Familia, Inc., Albuquerque

New York
Community Maternity Services, Albany
Episcopal Social Services, New York
Good Shepherd Services, New York
Hillside Family of Agencies, Rochester
Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, New York
New York State Citizen’s Coalition for Children, Inc., Ithaca
Seamen’s Society for Children and Families , Staten Island
Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children, New York
The Salvation Army, Social Services for Children, New York
Utica Citizens in Action, Utica

North Carolina
Children’s Home Society of NC, Greensboro
Independent Living Resources, Inc., Durham
Student Social Work Association at NC State, Raleigh
Youth Homes Inc., Charlotte

Ohio
Berea Children’s Home and Family Services, Berea
Catholic Charities Health and Human Services, Cleveland
Child Care Resource Center, Lorain
Children’s Defense Fund-Ohio, Columbus
Montogomery County Children’s Services, Dayton
P.A.L. Mission, Canton
Pathway Caring for Children, Canton
Public Children Services Association of Ohio, Columbus
Richland County Children Services, Mansfield
Richland County Children Services Board, Mansfield
Richland County Juvenile Court, Mansfield
The Linden School, Elyria
Youth Engaged for Success, Dayton

Oklahoma
Parents Assistance Center, Oklahoma City

Oregon
Holt International Children’s Services, Eugene
Marion-Polk Food Share, Salem
Sitton Elementary School, Portland

Pennsylvania
Center for Youth Development at United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Diakon Adoption Services, York
Every Child, Inc, Pittsburgh
Huntingdon County Children’s Services, Huntingdon
Methodist Service for Children and Families, Philadelphia
Philadelphia Society for Services To Children, Philadelphia
Somerset County Children and Youth Services Independent Living Program, Somerset
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Youth Service, Inc., Philadelphia

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families, Providence

Texas
CASA, Kingsland
CASA, Tyler
CASA for the Highland Lakes, Kingsland
Northeast Texas CASA, Inc., Texarkana
Spaulding for Children, Houston

Vermont
Burlington Family Services, Inc., Burlington

Virginia
City of Richmond-Dept. of Social Services-Foster Care Unit-Independent Living Program, Richmond
Norfolk Department of Human Services, Norfolk
United Methodist Family Services of Virginia, Richmond
Virginians for Adoption Reform and Education, Richmond

Washington
Children’s Home Society of WA, Seattle
Medina Children’s Services, Seattle

West Virginia
Braley and Thomas, Inc., St. Albans
Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, Charleston
WV Child Care Association, Charleston

Wisconsin
Adoption Resources of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Kenosha Human Development Services, Kenosha

Wyoming
Cathedral Home for Children, Laramie
LifeNet, Douglas

For more information on PSSF, please contact John Sciamanna, CWLA Senior Government Affairs Associate, at 703/412-3161 or jsciamanna@cwla.org.

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Background:  The eldest of five children, Yvonne was born May 17, 1951 in Atlanta, Georgia. Raised in East Point, Georgia, she moved to Jackson County, Ga. until 2006 then moved to Port St. Lucie, Florida where she currently makes her home.  Licensed bounty hunter for the state of Georgia. Education:  After a 34 year absence, returned to college in 2004. Graduated with honors in Criminal Justice with an Associate’s degree from Lanier Technical College in 2006. Awards:  Nominated for the prestigious GOAL award in 2005 which encompasses all of the technical colleges. This award is based not only on excellence in academics but also leadership, positive attitude and the willingness to excel in one’s major. Affiliations:  Beta Sigma Phi Sorority  Member of The Florida Writer’s Association – Group Leader for St Lucie County The Dream:  Since learning to write at the age of five, Yvonne has wanted to be an author. She wrote her first novel Stan’s Story beginning in 1974 and completed it in 2006. Publication seemed impossible as rejections grew to 10 years. Determined, she continued adding to the story until her dream came true in 2006. The Inspiration:  Yvonne’s brother Stan has been her inspiration and hero in every facet of her life. He was stricken with Encephalitis at the tender age of nine months. He has defied every roadblock placed in his way and has been the driving force in every one of her accomplishments. He is the one who taught her never to give up The Author: Yvonne is currently the author of several novels, including:  Stan’s Story- the true story of her brother’s accomplishments, it has been compared to the style of Capote, and is currently being rewritten with new information for re-release.  Tangled Minds - a riveting story about a young girl’s bad decision and how it taints everyone’s life around her yet still manages to show that hope is always possible. This novel has been compared to the writing of Steinbeck and is currently being written as a screenplay. This novel will be re-released by Kerlak Publishing in 2009  Brilliant Insanity – released by Kerlak Publishing October 2008  Silent Scream – Released by Lulu.com October 2008- Slated to be made into a movie Yvonne’s Philosophy in Life - “Pay it Forward”: “In this life we all have been helped by others to attain our dreams and goals. We cannot pay it back but what we can do is ‘pay it forward’. It is a simple
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7 Responses to These are the Organizations that are Helping to Pass Laws that Allow your Children to Be Snatched by CPS

  1. Carlotta says:

    Where did you find this information? Do you know where I could find similar data for North Carolina? Thanks!

    To learn more about CPS, read this report written by Nancy Schaefer before she died under very suspicious circumstances. Send a copy to your congressmen, along with a letter stating your opposition to CPS. We have to raise awareness or the injustices will continue. http://www.nkmr.org/english/the_corrupt_business_of_child_protective_services.htm

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  2. brandy P says:

    serious abuses in the State of Mo.

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  3. kristina Caraballo says:

    Yvonne Mason ….. Just found your post. I believe you forgot at least one Organization in AR which is very active in sending their Watchers into courts even outside of AR to acquire children to be placed in their Residential Children Care Facility. The Children’s Home Inc. Paragould AR. Known supporter of Mike Huckabee and The Child Welfare Review Board. Many on this Board have conflicts of interest as they work at the faith based facilities for whom they are to oversee. These people make large salaries which are paid from the vast Donations which were intended for the children. As a child I lived at this particular one and we were paraded as livestock and were worked as children in 3rd World Countries under the worst of conditions. Contact me for further.

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  4. sunshine says:

    Your best bet people is to file a federal lawsuit against dcf and others they have working with them against you and your family. Your basically on your own when it comes to fighting for you and your childrens rights against dcf. NEVER GIVE UP! Stand up for the truth and file a federal lawsuit for your rights as a parent. I did and our family is together.

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  5. What is not explained to parents about family court preceding is that it is a prima facie case. A prima facie case is the establishment of a legally required rebuttable presumption. It is generally understood as a flexible evidentiary standard that measures the effect of evidence as meeting, or tending to meet, the proponent’s burden of proof on a given issue. In that sense, a prima facie case is a cause of action or defense that is sufficiently established by a party’s evidence to justify a verdict in his or her favor, provided such evidence is not rebutted by the other party.

    A prima facie case is a cause of action or defense that is sufficiently established by a party’s evidence to justify a verdict in his or her favor, This is the type of evidence in the petition sent to the Judge to get a temporary custody order. Now the rest of that sentence is what is important to know:
    provided such evidence is not rebutted by the other party (the parents are the other party.)
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    This is important to know cause this is what your 1st hearing in front of the judge is about. Disputing the PRIMA FACIE evidence against you from CPS. You being the other party. In that 1st hearing you are entitled to cross examine your accuser. I didn’t know about this until 6 months later when I printed out 130 pages of the family code and read through them. Demand that you be heard in court cause in the 2nd hearing it’s too late to dispute the allegations against you. The 1st hearing is done and over with and because you didn’t dispute the allegations against you, it is now established by a party’s evidence to justify a verdict in his or her favor.

    By not properly serving you the petition 24 hours in advance before the hearing, your right to due process was violated. By not explaining that 1st hearing to you, your right to due process was violated. By not advising you as their client your right to appeal the decision, your right to due process was violated. I appealed my case at the termination hearing and my attorney had to represent me through the appeal as well. I was told by my attorney that I was the 2nd person in Napa County to have my family services extended.
    Make sure your attorney understands that you want them to make it clear to the court that you want to take this matter to a trail cause you are not guilty. If they don’t make the court aware of your request, make it known to the court yourself. I would do this when the Judge asks you if you have anything else to add or if you have any question. If the judge doesn’t ask these questions, when they go to dismiss the court, as you raise your hand say, “Excuse me your honor, can I ask a question?” More than likely they will. If they tell you to address your attorney with the question, You reply, “I have your honor, however she didn’t address my concerns with the court today.” More than likely they will let you have your say and if not Thank the court anyways and then handle it later.
    Don’t plea bargain with them. Never say you’re guilty if you not guilty. It doesn’t matter if they lower the charges down to a misdemeanor with time served. If you didn’t do anything wrong, you should take it to trial. If your attorney tries to talk you out of it, refuse to, they have to defend you how you want to be defended, it’s the law.

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