Seven Laws that MUST be Enforced by the U.S. Government to Protect Children from Abuse
- In order to receive assistance from DHS the parent(s) must submit to a drug test.
- If they test postive for drugs or alcohol before or after pregnacy then they have to be willing to enter a drug rehab to get help in order to receive assistance from DHS.
- New parent(s) must attend parenting and education classes to learn how to be a parent in order to receive assistance from DHS.
- There must be a law that parent(s) who are being investigated can not leave the county until the case has been closed by DHS.
- When a parent(s) is reported for abuse by others DHS must act, immediately.
- When the Case Worker contacts those who reported the abuse, DHS should be just as concerned as the person who reported the abuse.
- DHS main concern must be the child's welfare and safety.