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Ten Things You Must Do if CPS Knocks at Your Door


Parents are routinely accused of ridiculous things: trying to sell their children to relatives for drug money;

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Web Sites for Families

Browse our list of helpful websites for families.

Web site for campaign to secure a constitutional amendment that defends the rights of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children.

The Texas Home School Coalition Association serves and protects Texas home school families by helping its members if they have problems with government officials related to their right to teach their children at home.

Home School Legal Defense Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms.

The Heritage Foundation’s familyfacts.org catalogs social science findings on the family, society and religion gleaned from peer-reviewed journals, books and government surveys. Serving policymakers, journalists, scholars and the general public, familyfacts.org makes social science research easily accessible to the non-specialist.

Justice:Denied magazine publicizes cases of wrongful conviction, and exposes how and why they occur. Justice:Denied is produced by volunteer writers, editors and other persons located throughout the United States and other countries.

The site’s mission is to provide information and support for families attacked by Child Protective Services and child welfare agents, especially those facing false or trivial accusations of child abuse or neglect; and for researchers working to protect natural family rights.

The National Coalition for Child Protection Reform is committed to seeking comprehensive change in the child protective system. We do not seek this change because the system hurts parents. We seek this change because the system hurts children. Our hope is to turn the public monologue about child abuse into a dialogue.


Mr. Branson, I commend you for your being tenacious and zealously representing your client.

"Mr. Branson, I commend you for your being tenacious and zealously representing your client. Unfortunately, a lot of attorneys ... with CPS, capitulate with whatever they want and, you know, feel like they can't fight the system. But you advocated for your client, which is what you should have done, and you've done it and I commend you for that."

- Texas District Court Judge

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