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Tue Dec 30, 2014, 09:05 PM

Creating a sustainable community

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Reply Creating a sustainable community (Original post)
wilsonbooks Dec 2014 OP
Lilliy7 Mar 2015 #1
icymist Mar 2015 #2
Blanks May 2015 #3
missingthebigdog May 2015 #4

Response to wilsonbooks (Original post)

Mon Mar 23, 2015, 07:47 PM

1. DYFYS

IN NEW JERSEY THEY ARE MAKE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON TAKING AWAY CHILDREN FROM FAMILIES WHO DONE DESERVE IT. HOE ABOUT WE GET WITH GOVERNOR CHRISTIE AND GO OVER THE SEIZURE ACTS AND HOE WE ARE BEING DISABLED OF OUR RIGHTS AS PARENTS BEFORE THIS GETS TOO FAR MY DAUGHTER WAS TAKEN FROM ME WITHOUT SUBSTANTIATED EVIDENCE AND IM FIHGHTING IN COURT UNTIL YHE LEAST HOUR OF THE ;AS MINUTE AND I NEED YOU HELP.

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Response to Lilliy7 (Reply #1)

Mon Mar 23, 2015, 08:19 PM

2. Hello Lilly7, Below are some links I have found for you in dealing with the NJ DYFS

http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/dealing-with-dyfs--in-new-jersey
http://family-law.lawyers.com/blogs/archives/24914-important-new-decision-for-parents-involved-with-dyfs-dcpp-cases.html
http://criminallawnj.com/practice-areas/division-of-child-protection-permanency/
http://njdyfslawyers.com/about/

I also encourage you to contact the New Jersey Bar Association Referral Service:
http://www.njsba.com/for-the-public/lawyer-referral-service.html
Be sure to let them know exactly what happened and the type of family lawyer you will need. Use of this service usually results in a discounted consultation about your matter. Good luck with this.

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Response to wilsonbooks (Original post)

Fri May 22, 2015, 09:04 AM

3. I remember watching a video by these guys a few years ago...

It's good to see that they're still making progress.

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Response to wilsonbooks (Original post)

Fri May 22, 2015, 10:05 AM

4. This is SO impressive.

So much of what these people are doing, they are doing with recycled and salvaged materials. So not only are they revitalizing the neighborhood and providing food and providing jobs and providing training, but they're keeping things out of landfills.

They're setting an amazing example for the rest of the community.

And they're clearly amazingly brave. It's good to know people like this exist.

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