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What can a person do if they know that a child is in an environment that is unsafe unhealthy and exposed to drugs?


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2005-06-12 07:06:10
2005-06-12 07:06:10

You can report the parent(s) to Child Welfare and they will take it from there. Child Welfare will not give your name and it's strictly confidential.

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That shouldn't be a problem if the father doesn't use drugs. If he is worried that the test will come back positive for illegal drug use, and it dues, then the test has done its job, the children have been saved from an unhealthy and unsafe environment and the court will not award custody.That shouldn't be a problem if the father doesn't use drugs. If he is worried that the test will come back positive for illegal drug use, and it dues, then the test has done its job, the children have been saved from an unhealthy and unsafe environment and the court will not award custody.That shouldn't be a problem if the father doesn't use drugs. If he is worried that the test will come back positive for illegal drug use, and it dues, then the test has done its job, the children have been saved from an unhealthy and unsafe environment and the court will not award custody.That shouldn't be a problem if the father doesn't use drugs. If he is worried that the test will come back positive for illegal drug use, and it dues, then the test has done its job, the children have been saved from an unhealthy and unsafe environment and the court will not award custody.


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