Low Income Parenting

The State considers people with low(er) incomes substandard parents.

“In Michigan, for instance, more than 90% of all child welfare cases cite “neglect” as one of the factors leading to child removal.

The parental rights group has identified one factor that is likely to result in the loss of children from a home, having a low income. Who would think being poor would be equated with bad parenting. My thought on this is the poor do not have the resources to fight the State in court, so taking the children of the poor and giving them to wealthy folks makes good business sense for DHS/CPS.

Despite the impact it has on the children and their natural family.