Goliath comes in many forms~
It is time to stop the devastation to innocent families which is occurring daily across the country.
My Family Rights Affiliation


Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Take a Stand against the Psuedo-Psycology Industry

According to some "Opinions" of Pseudo-Psycos we are ALL Crazy.. But then again, what is "Normal"? Do support this Awareness, a key reform.. But Knowledge is Power, do your homework and express yourself.
On May 5, 2012, MindFreedom International is holding its Occupy the American Psychiatric Association protest at the APA’s annual convention in Philadelphia. Momentum is building for the protest and it presents a special opportunity to literally walk the talk by peacefully marching on the American ...
May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
Granpa Chuck
Keeper of the web files for http://nfpcar.org

Sunday, April 15, 2012

State Resource Publications from Children's Express

 Do encourage everyone to visit the Child Welfare Information Gateway.

Plus, here are some State Resource References for March.

We must become Advocates for Ourselves to Protect Our Children. Keeping in mind the more one knows of All Sides of an Issue the more they will be able to Defend Themselves.
Child Welfare Information Gateway
April 15, 2012
Dear State Resources Subscriber,

Below is a list of new publications that were added to Child Welfare Information Gateway Library in March
Title: Questions to Ask from the Bench: A Judicial Guide to Implementing Fostering Connections in Georgia.
Author(s): Carter, Melissa D.
Published: 2012
Available from: Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts
PDF: http://w2.georgiacourts.org/cj4c/files/FCSIAA%20Judicial%20Guide_Final20Feb2012

Abstract: This guide presents an overview of each section of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act, describes how the law has been implemented ...

Title: Child Protection Screening. Evaluation Report.
Author(s): Meyerhoff, Carrie.;Starr, KJ.;Schroeder, Matt.
Published: 2012
Available from: Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor
URL: http://www.auditor.leg.state.mn.us/ped/2012/screening.htm
PDF: http://www.auditor.leg.state.mn.us/ped/pedrep/screening.pdf
Abstract: Child protection screening is an important and complex task performed by staff in 84 county and 2 tribal agencies. A screening decision determines what action ...

Title: Early Intervention Referral for Infants and Toddlers.
Published: 2012
Available from: Children's Defense Fund Minnesota
PDF: http://www.cdf-mn.org/sites/2012_publications/mn-senate-file-1165-summary.pdf
Abstract: This policy paper calls for Minnesota law to be updated to require infants and toddlers who are at-risk of developmental delays as a result of ...

Title: Child Abuse and Neglect in Nevada.
Author(s): Denby, Ramona W.
Published: 2012
Available from: UNLV Center for Democratic Culture
PDF: http://cdclv.unlv.edu/healthnv_2012/childabuse.pdf
Abstract: Child maltreatment in Nevada reflects the general social, economic, and health conditions within the state and its local communities. This chapter starts with various definitions ...

Title: Child Abuse Law Enforcement Notification. Policy Guide 2012.02.
Published: 2012
Available from: Illinois Department of Children and Family Services
PDF: http://www.state.il.us/dcfs/docs/Policy_Guide_2012.02.pdf
Abstract: The purpose of this Policy Guide is to institute a standardized process for notifying and engaging law enforcement involvement in child abuse and neglect investigations. ...

To view all 23 publications and their detail click here: http://www.childwelfare.gov/cwlibrarian/index_act.cfm?topicId=11&pubMonth=03&pubYear=2012
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All of these publications are in the Child Welfare Information Gateway Library along with publications on similar child welfare topics. The Library can be searched here: http://library.childwelfare.gov/cwig/ws/library/docs/gateway/SimpleSearchForm

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May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
Granpa Chuck
Keeper of the web files for http://nfpcar.org

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

UPDATE D.C Family Preservation Civil Rights Movement Rally

Coming Soon!
See Our Live Stream!
Come check out the 2012 Rally if you aren't able to attend!

Washington D.C Family Preservation Civil Rights Movement Rally To Be Biggest Yet

April 19, 2012 to April 22, 2012 promises to be bigger than past years for family rights activist, advocates, families, and leaders to come together in Washington, D.C.

Canadian organizations, activist, authors, advocates, and families will again for the third year also not only be in attendance, but helping organize some of the scheduled activities for 2012.

The event is scheduled to hold an annual In The Best Interest Of The Child Congressional Education Panel, a Founding Fathers March, Capitol Tour and rally on the west lawn of the Capitol.

Concluding each night of this event is an annual purple light vigil. The vigil consist of a purple tree being lite, purple glow sticks, a bell toll for each child whose life has been lost with their names read a loud.
This event is sponsored by a Ohio based non-profit organization We The People Family Preservation, Inc.

  • The Founding Fathers March is facilitated by Leon Koziol J.D of New York. For those interested in participating Leon may be contacted at
        Email: admin@LeonKoziol.Com
        Telephone:     (315) 796-4000

  • Heading up the Congressional Educational Panel Speaker section for this event is Guy Babineau of Toronto Ontario Canada and he may be contacted at
        Telephone: 1-647-351-5984 

  • For those wishing to speak on the west lawn of our Capitol please contact Robert James Patterson at this number            
        Telephone (614) 987-5714       
Accommodations for this event can be found at http://www.officialdcrallyfest.org.

Also additional information for this event may be obtained from the office of We The People Family Preservation, Inc main office
             Telephone: (740) 622- 0168.

May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
Granpa Chuck
Keeper of the web files for http://nfpcar.org

Monday, April 2, 2012

Children's Bureau Express - April 2012

 In order to make a Positive decision for your Family, one needs to know All Sides of an issue.
Here are just a few publications from the Children's Bureau Express for April 2012. Some may
be useful, but some may feel it is Propaganda for the agency.. You Decide.
Children's Bureau Express 

 Welcome to the monthly email alert from Children's Bureau Express
April 2012, Vol. 13, No. 3
News From the Children's Bureau
We highlight results from the CBX survey in addition to new reports published by the Office of
Planning, Research and Evaluation.
The Children's Bureau Turns 100!
CBX Survey Results: What You Told Us
New Grant Information
OPRE Report on Disconnected Families
New! From CB
Children's Bureau Centennial
This special section is dedicated to CB's 100th anniversary. The ninth and final article in our
first Centennial Series looks at the creation of the Children's Bureau. A new series focusing on
highlights from each of CB's 10 decades will premiere in May.
Centennial Series: The Creation of the Children's Bureau
CB and the Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921
Grace Abbott's Legacy
Spotlight on National Child Abuse Prevention Month
This month, CBX focuses on National Child Abuse Prevention Month. In 2010, the
Quality Improvement Center on Early Childhood funded four projects to implement new
approaches to preventing child abuse and neglect, promoting optimal child development,
and strengthening families. We highlight two of those projects, the Family Networks Project
and Fostering Hope.
April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
The Family Networks Project
Fostering Hope in Oregon
Economic Burden of Child Maltreatment
Working Strategies Focuses on Preventing Maltreatment
Palm Beach County Prevention Evaluation
Preventing Maltreatment in High-Risk Families
The Front Porch Project
Somali Cultural Guide
Training and Technical Assistance Network Updates
Learn about how States are using differential response for screened-out reports and other
news from CB's T&TA Network.
Differential Response for Screened-Out Reports
Decision-Making Tools Library for Child Welfare
More Updates From the T&TA Network
Child Welfare News
This month, CBX highlights a magazine issue dedicated to engaging fathers, links to research
on the relationship between placement changes and mental health services use, and more.
Bringing Back the Dads
Perceptions of Abuse, Neglect
Mental Health Care and Placement Change
Research Synthesis on Disproportionality
Differential Response Pilot Programs
Strategies and Tools for Practice

Pregnant and Parenting Youth in Care
Toolbox for Foster Parents

Trauma Guide for Resource Parents
Fostering Connections Sibling Provisions
Strengths and Needs Assessment Tool
Training and Conferences

Father Involvement Curricula
MCH Navigator
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Children's Bureau Express does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information, including email addresses, unless required for law enforcement by statute.

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EMAIL: cb_express@childwelfare.gov

May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
Granpa Chuck
Keeper of the web files for http://nfpcar.org