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Our Families SURVEY PROJECT-Alaska©
When One Deals with the Child Protective AGENCY
  • If you want to do your part to change the policy and procedures from foster care and adoption to family preservation, please
    Share the Alaska Home Page with Others!!!

Surveys Developed: Parent ~ Relative/Kinship Care ~ Non-Custodial Parent ~ Survey Development

Results from these surveys will:

  • Follow up information for Families in Alaska;
  • Proof for Alaska legislators; or
  • Need for changes in the current child welfare system in Alaska.

    In order to Insure proper Coordination and Development of this project, GPC Publications has Copyrighted the text of the survey and all information obtained will be Confidential:

    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: All information collected is "Confidential". No part of this survey form may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of  [GPC Publications©], unless otherwise indicated for stand-alone materials [2014]

    Alaska Parent Survey-  If you are a Parent who has been involved with the Child Protective AGENCY and did not get the opportunity to explain your case and/or felt you were not properly informed of your Rights?  Please take this survey. Note: The initial "Parent" survey was created by the Iowa Families for CPS Reform© Take Survey Now 

  • Relative/Kinship care Survey>>-Relatives can play a vital role if a child is in need of their care. Some of the topics covered are:
    >>Placement with Relatives
    >>Adoption
    >>Working with the AGENCY
    >>Working with the Legal System
    >>Your comments needed for Future Surveys and/or Questions
    Note: Many of the initial questions were from the Iowa Families for CPS Reform© Take Survey Now

  • Non-Custodial Parent Survey (National) >>This survey goes into a little more detail about the Financial Aspects that parents face when maintaining seperate living spaces. However, and if at all possible, the children need both parents.
    Please note, the results of this survey may also be used to compare information from
    a census report titled,
    Custodial Mothers and Fathers and Their Child Support: 2011 (Download PDF)
    Take Survey Now

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Survey Development
Future Development   •   Helpful Links   •   Suggested Common Concern

Future Development

As stated above, a "Parents" survey has been developed. Listed below are some thoughts on other surveys that could be developed by our team:

Helpful Links "If you don't know your Rights, you have None."

Hopefully in this section one can provide the mosts helpful links, references, etc. Yes there are numerous, but the top should go here. Can even sub catagorize them..ie parents, grand parents, etc. For reference and, perhaps cross checking, here is a list created by the members of our NFPCAR team>> Check them out

Suggested Common Concern*

"We are joining forces with all persons affected by Parens Patriae to include parents, extended family, foster parents and father's and mother's rights groups. While this is a difficult endeavor due to various divisions, the focus will be on challenging the system with the unified goals and commonalities that each is suffering under in family courts and through Child Protective Agencies and other related Groups."

(See Definition: Parens Patriae)

*Note: Originally created by a Family Advocate in the state of WA and shared with many individuals and groups over the past few years.

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