Our mission is actually rather simple and not very philosophical. It's one of those that I can state in one sentence or less.
Here it is: To help families to help themselves in standing up for their rights against DHS and keeping their families intact.
Ok, so maybe a run-on sentence and not so eloquent, but to the point at least. But there are some things we want to say
about our belief systems, as there are many other groups out there and several have belief systems different from ours. Below
I will list some of our core beliefs.
*You do not have to agree with any or all of our beliefs to use our site. Hey, we can agree to disagree.
*We do not discriminate on the basis of age, national origin, race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability,
economic status, or anything else protected,or that should be protected, under federal law.
*The constitution of the United States of America along with the first 14 amendments (dubbed the Bill of Rights) is applicable
in all civil and criminal situations for all U.S. Citizens and all those who are found to be within the jurisdiction of the
*We do not advocate violence against any entity or individual at any time in any situation.
*Most foster parents are people who are trying to do a good thing- open their homes and hearts to abused and neglected
children. They are not "in it for the money", setting out to abuse our children, or collaborating with CPS to steal
our children. Instead, they are lied to by CPS and therapists about the children, the bio-parents, and even told the children
will be available for them to adopt-even if they are not.
*We acknowledge that there are also many foster parents who are abusive, money hungry criminals.
*Homeschool families should not be persecuted simply because they homeschool.
*Mentally ill parents should not be persecuted simply because they have a mental illness.
*Physically disabled parents should not be persecuted simply because they have a disablity.
*Deaf parents or parents of Deaf children should not be persecuted because of Deafness.
*Disabled or mentally ill children should not be denied their parents simply because of their disability- parents can
help their children. It is not the government's job to decide what treatment a child should recieve.
*Parents should have COMPETENT legal representation at the begining of any CPS investigation. Not at the point children
are removed, but at the start of the investigation.
*Children should have the right to a parent or competent attorney present when questioned by any government official,
including social workers.
*Parents should be allowed due process of a full criminal trial if CPS wishes to remove their children. If there is not
enough evidence for criminal charges, then there certainly is not enough evidence to remove the children!
*The designation "Threat of Harm" should be removed as an excuse for CPS to remove children.