Child Protective Services

Child Protective Services

If Child Protective Services (CPS) is involved with your family, it is because someone was concerned about the health and safety of your child and notified CPS.

Your first call is to the social worker assigned to your child’s case. That person can help you understand what is going on.

  • Contact your local child welfare office to find out how to get in touch with your child’s social worker.
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