The reality is that states, counties, and contracted private blood-sucking companies receive $30,000 for each child removed from their home and put into adoption Those funds go up to between $40,000 and $150,000 if the child has special needs. Who is making a sick profit?
In 2011, the American right-wing blog Scrogged declared: ‘The budget discussions have made it clear that our federal, state, and local governments simply must cut costs by shedding some of the responsibilities they’ve accumulated over the years. Having listed Child Protection Services as an area in need of cutting, we went into detail why protecting children is beyond a government’s abilities’.
An article in The Guardian (May 16, 2014) stated: ‘The power to take children away from their families could be privatised along with other child protection services under controversial plans the government has quietly announced. A DfE consultation paper published last month argues that enabling local authorities to outsource children’s social services will encourage innovation and improve outcomes for at-risk youngsters’. This article quoted Kathy Evans, chief executive of Children England: “What is of most concern here is the function of deciding whether a child is at risk, assessing…
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