Foster Parents; Did you know?
The drugging of American children?
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We are exploring a dangerous situation in America regarding innocent children who are placed in the Foster Care System. Babies, toddlers and children being diagnosed with disorders at an alarming rate prescribed dangerous, mind-altering psychotropic drugs.
Let us quote a statement we made in part 3; “since the agency is rewarded for diagnosing (labeling) our children shouldn’t they be responsible for supplying the drugs and not the state Medicaid program”?
The pocket lined should be the pocket billed.
Question; would there be a significant reduction in children diagnosed with these created disorders if the agencies were responsible for paying for the drugs?
- Then obvious questions are;
a). who are the psychologists who diagnose these disorders employed by?
b). Who pays them?
The same website; “State foster care programs and child protective services have had mixed success addressing the pervasiveness of dosing their clients with prescription psychotropic drugs. Using federal Medicaid funds to purchase dangerous prohibited prescriptions for children, which cost the government up to $600 per dose, is technically a violation of the law”.
Here, is the Link
Inconsistency #2; We protect babies, substance addicted newborns, by passing laws making it mandatory reporting of mothers who expose their babies to drugs during the time of pregnancy making it possible to remove her baby yet we allow thousands of children to take psychotropic drugs while in foster care, illogical. If drug addition is a disease then are we not intentionally giving this disease to America’s children. This articles title “drugging American children”.Read below.
Some have argued that coercive intervention by CPS and/or the courts is inappropriate because drug addiction is a disease, not a crime, and that the threat of child removal and termination of parental rights will discourage pregnant women from seeking prenatal care.
So we see that a mother using drugs is illegal, she risks the loss of her baby to CPS for using drugs while pregnant. However, giving drugs to that same baby after CPS intervenes placing the baby in a foster home is acceptable?
Now we find that the Convention on the Rights of the Child CRC Article 3 states ˝In all actions concerning children whether undertaken by public or private social welfare institutions, courts of law, regulatory authorities or legislative bodies, the best interest of the child shall be a primary, consideration.˝
Question; does action by private or social welfare institutions (CPS) acting in the best interests of the child include diagnosing them with a bogus disorder and then drugging them?