How Child Protection Services Buys and Sells Our Children

Dorothy’s Never Coming Home:
New Law Puts Families in Crisis

States Report They are Increasing Efforts to Take Children From Their Homes to Collect Federal Bounty


Child protective agencies nationwide are forcibly removing more children from their homes even when the agencies’ own investigations establish that the children have not been abused or neglected, according to reports submitted by state agencies to the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) during 1998. Once in foster care, state agencies further reported, children were much more likely to be maltreated than they are in their own homes.
Family advocates blame financial incentives offered through new federal legislation for the frightening trend that places increasing numbers of families at risk of losing their children and a national watchdog organization has pledged to use NCCAN’s statistics to alert parents.

According to statistics published in the recently released government publication…

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  1. Madigan Collins says:

    Hello. My name is Madigan Collins and I am writing to be able to request using the name “Dorothy’s Never Coming Home” as the name of the book I’m currently writing and for the name of my campaign to change the DCF system in Ks. I have printed out your research and have shared it with many government officials. Please contact me to inform me if I am able to use this name without facing legal actions. Thank you for your time! Sincerely: Madigan Collins


    • Admin says:

      Hi Madigan, thank you for reaching out. I do not own the name, nor am I the originator. Please check out the source link for more information. Thank you for your interest in our work!


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