I think that you should contact social services immediately. Child abuse is a huge no-no. Find your local social services ASAP and see what they advise you to do. Hope you can solve this problem soon. From, gruesomemillzey + dyson
It depends on where you live,look on google
Only if she is emancipated or there is a court order. Social services can provide assistance on how to get help.
Of course not! They are much too young to make such a decision. They live where their parents determine they will live. If they feel unsafe, they should contact social services, who may arrange for the move.
Not much you can do, just live your life the best you can, and, hopefully, have been.
A social agency is usually a type of social services. They can provide food assistance, cash assistance of medical assistance. They are usually run by the county or state you live in.
Contact social services for the area you live in. Your school can help put you in contact with them.
im 17 i live in Massachusetts can i be emancipated if im in dss
If they live in the USA, you can contact Social Services, Child Wefare and Protective Services, listed in the Government section of the phone book.
Not without parental permission. If there are safety issues, they should contact social services. They will insure the child is safe and taken care of, which may very well mean sending them to the grandparents.
u gotta report it to social services, then u leave 'em for 'til ur 18, when ur free from the government. Or hold out 'til ur 16, and with parental consent can leave. If no consent, then u can do whatever u wish when ur 18. If you live in Louisiana you can leave the day you are 17 years old uncontested. This would be crazy this day and age, unless you are an abused child. At 17, no matter what you may think you are still a child with very little knowlage of what life has in store. If you are abused, please report this to social services.
They have no rights regarding where they live. If they are not safe, they need to contact social services.
Yes, raccoons live in families consisting of a female and her young. The kits may spend their first winter with her and leave in the spring. These families form loose communities with other related females and their young. Males live apart in small social groups of other males.
Cubs will stay with their mother for about a year. Then the mother will chase away any males and the females will leave to live on their own. Cheetahs are not social and live alone except for mating and mothers with cubs.
Contact child welfare and social services. They will assist you in taking care of yourself and the baby.
In Britain, yes. Contact your school and social services if need be.
It depends on what state you live in and with your parents permission, you should be able to.
If you leave, I will still live a good life.
j'habite dans un appartement, j'habite en appartement are translations for I live in a flat.
no it doesn't at least you have a place to stay so do not listen to others that say oh you live in a flat
Spencer lives with Carly in a Bushwell flat , Freddie lives in the flat opposite Carly and Spencer and Sam doesn't live in a Bushwell flat.
Sorry, there is no emancipation statute in SC. If you are in danger, you should contact social services. They will insure that you are safe and have a place to live.
There is no law for emancipation in Missouri. If there are problems in the home, contact social services. They will insure you have a safe place to live and proper supervision.
Most schools are not in the job of getting guardians for students. Courts and social services do this sort of thing.