12 Steps to Protect Your Children from Child Protective Services

Unless there are emergency circumstances, social workers do not have a right to enter your home without a signed warrant by a judge. If you are contacted by CPS, it is important for you to be informed of important actions you should take before a social worker enters your home or questions your children. Fill out the form below to download this free resource – 12 Steps to Protect Your Children from Child Protective Services.






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