When they are high on these hard drugs, yes, and it often agrees. CPS tries way beyond what I would do to help these parents. Services from treatment, financial aid, job training, ect. If they do not get off the drugs, they remain worthless and a drain. The people, alone are not worthless, of course, the drugs make them that way. And I can tell you that, like I said, from talking to their family members who knew them before they got on the drugs.
The court agrees with you... Amazing.
Thanks kid, I had no idea that our system is this far gone. How did you get the credentials to become an "advocate"?