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    In Colorado where do you go when you don't feel The Dept of Social Services is doing their job to protect the best interests of your children?

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    I lived in Colorado for a few years and might be able to help, but your question is pretty vague. Can you give an overall description of the precise situation?

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      I belong to a non-profit group who helps abused kids and I recieve a lot of calls from mothers who are in fear for the lives of their children. I hear over and over again that social services won't do anything. They will interview children in front of the suspected abuser, they call and make appointments for home visits, reunification of the family no matter the cost is their only priority, it seems. Where can these people turn if they feel the system has failed them?

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        If physical or sexual abuse has occurred, their best bet is to call the police rather than social services. Once there are some police reports and maybe some criminal charges, social services will be easier to deal with.

        For "emotional/verbal" abuse, I'm not sure what a good alternative would be.

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