Family Social Justice Center

Family Social Justice Center

How We Can Help?

1. County Government – Write a letter to each and every member of your county board of supervisors (sometimes called county commissioners) detailing actions that show illegal activities or injustice on the part of local caseworkers. Follow this up by regularly attending meetings of the county board of supervisors and by getting up to share during community participation time; use your three minutes to tell people what’s going on.  2. State Legislators – Write a letter to your state legislators. 3. Administrative Hearing – Study your state’s social services regulations. If you have an open CPS case take notes on every regulation that’s being violated by your caseworker. 4. Grand Jury – Does your county have a Grand Jury? If so, write them a letter, not about your personal case so much as about the problems of CPS injustice in general. 5. Legal Document Writing – If you haven’t already, write a Declaration of Facts to clarify each point of malfeasance by caseworkers and others involved in your case. 6. Social Worker Perjury – If your caseworker’s report to the court contains inaccurate statements, misrepresentations, or lies, create a legal document called Objections and Corrections to the Report of the Social Worker And 7. County Personnel Department – If your caseworker is violating your court order or state social service regulations, treating you disrespectfully, or in any other way doing something you believe is wrong, write a letter to the county personnel department with a detailed complaint about the person. This will probably keep the caseworker from ever getting a promotion in that county. He or she might also get demoted, or fired.

I hope you find some solutions that will work for you.

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING

The most important thing.  The best thing is to sign up for our newsletter and get in contact with Dr. Levitch and join one of her courses for one-on-one family assessment.  Next; note: you are not alone.  Nor are you the only one.  And be patient, we are volunteer-led and will be in contact with you soon. hope you find some solutions that will work for you.

For More Information, Check Out These Groups:

On Facebook:

Nationwide Protest AGAINST dcfs, cps, dhs, dhss, dss, dfps, dcss corruption – Jay Darton Daugherty runs this Facebook group like a business, and the over 7,000 followers are obviously liking it.

Oklahoma’s Dirty Little Secret – Geri Pfeiffer does a great job on this Facebook page of keeping victims informed and fired up about exposing CPS, and of rallying victims for protests and other events.

Op Expose CPS – A worldwide group known as “Anonymous” launched this Facebook group in early-2015 and is growing fast. One of their missions is to demand an investigation of CPS by the FBI. Great idea!

In order to be successful, we need to bone up on parental rights:

ParentalRights.org – This organization is led by Michael Farris, who is a champion for parental rights and home-schoolers. Be sure to sign the Petition for the Parental Rights Amendment.

EagleForum.org – Phyllis Schlafly, a champion of all things American, including what used to be the best parental rights in the world, runs the Eagle Forum, which has been “Leading the Pro-Family Movement since 1972.”

 

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Robert Green

Robert Green

Executive director
Miranda Grey

Miranda Grey

Research professor
Roberta Stewart

Roberta Stewart

Digital media director

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The Cognitive Institute of Dallas was founded in 2001 by Dr. Rachel Levitch, our Executive Director. We seek a world where every child has the support and resources to reach their full potential — a world where every child has a loving and secure home.

The Cogntive Institute of Dallas was founded
Agency became licensed
Homlessness program opened
Domestic violence program opened
Family counseling and adoption program opened
With Healthy Families First assistance program began
Founder Dr. Rachel Levitch understanding and concerned with service and funding reaching communities.
Addressing parenting struggles to become the best quality parent available to them.
Partnering with Habitat for Humanity.
Understanding services to include communication, anger management, and long-term strategies for parents.
In response to COVID-19 our online broadcasting and families’ first features.

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Home Office

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It’s natural for parents to advise their children to pursue the safe, predictable, and practical route.  Parents do this because they don’t want their children to experience uncertainty or discomfort.  This is the good path. But is it the best path?  In most cases, no. The best path is usually the one that’s full of challenges, obstacles, and disappointments.

Winning parents understand that it’s more important to build a relationship with their child than it is to find innovative ways to control her behavior.  Just because your child obeys your instructions doesn’t mean that you’re a world-class parent. It just means that your child is obedient.  If this obedience comes at the cost of your parent-child relationship, the tradeoff might not be worth it.

Parents often think that they’re responsible for their children.  Responsible for their academic performance, for their behavior, for their social etiquette.  But no—parents are only responsible to their children. Parents are responsible to their children by giving them love and support and a good home environment.  Children are responsible for their own lives. If your child misbehaves in school, she’s the one who will be punished, not you. Successful parents recognize that they aren’t responsible for their children, so these parents don’t carry a burden that they were never meant to carry anyway.

Check out our
leadership list

Robert Green

Robert Green

Executive director
Miranda Grey

Miranda Grey

Research professor
Roberta Stewart

Roberta Stewart

Digital media director

Our experience
in numbers

0%
Adoption
0%
Consultation
0%
Information and resources
0%
Success stories

The history of our
company

The Cognitive Institute of Dallas was founded in 2001 by Dr. Rachel Levitch, our Executive Director. We seek a world where every child has the support and resources to reach their full potential — a world where every child has a loving and secure home.

The Cogntive Institute of Dallas was founded
Agency became licensed
Homlessness program opened
Domestic violence program opened
Family counseling and adoption program opened
With Healthy Families First assistance program began
Founder Dr. Rachel Levitch understanding and concerned with service and funding reaching communities.
Addressing parenting struggles to become the best quality parent available to them.
Partnering with Habitat for Humanity.
Understanding services to include communication, anger management, and long-term strategies for parents.
In response to COVID-19 our online broadcasting and families’ first features.

2003
2005
2010
2015
2019

How we help
families

5

Home Office

Dallas, United States, TX

info@cognitiveinstituteodallas.org