Yes, You can.
Department of Social Services is the agency that handles this and the people who do the job are Social Workers. It is a tough job since they often see children who have been abused and had other things happen to them.
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There is no way for them to do it without the help of social services.
The Internet and social networking services have allowed
Depends on where you are and what type of social services you need. Most social or welfare services can be found in the blue pages of your local phone book under social services.
Legally, no. A minor does not decide whether or not a parent is becoming an alcoholic or if the home environment is unsuitable. That is decided by the state's department of social services (DCFS, CPS, etc.).
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The range of public services that are provided by the government for the benefit of the community are social services. Social services are aimed at promoting the welfare of others and include services for medical care, education, food subsidies, and housing.
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Melanie Griffin is the Minister of Social Services for the Bahamas.
Scottish Social Services Council was created in 2001.
Kevin James Andrews is the Minister for Social Services for Australia.
National Council of Social Services was created in 1919.
Good question. The likelihood is that Social Services will get involved and decide which set of parents is most suitable for them. If both sets are suitable then it may go to court for a decision.
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An individual may learn about child support payments through the states social services departments. For example, The Oregon Department of Social Services provides all the guidelines and legal regulations on child support payments.
Felix Perera is the Minister of Social Services for Sri Lanka.
The motto of Cass Community Social Services is 'Fighting Poverty'.
The motto of Cass Community Social Services is 'Creating Opportunity'.
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Social services can only be sued if they didn't intervene in child endangerment/exploitation. For example: If a child was being abused mentally/physically or sexually and social services knew about it, but ignored it, then they can be sued.
Not without a court order. Contact social services if you do not feel safe at home.
Social Conscience help you decide right and wrong in the society.