NC Fathers Rights

Buncombe County Department of Social Services

Buncombe County Department of Social ServicesIs the Buncombe County Department of Social Services biased in dealing with Buncombe County non-custodial families? NC Fathers is a State of NC organization of Buncombe County non-custodial families who desires to reform the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies to be less divisive and centered around funding of programs from these families. NC Fathers asks that you share this article on the Buncombe County Department of Social Services with other families in your area on the major social networking sites to help gain awareness and insight. NC Fathers also asks that you join our MAILING LISTso that we can keep you notified of legislation affecting Buncombe County non-custodial families. If you have a history with Buncombe County Social Services we ask that you contact us with any pertinent information you have regarding bias, illegal decisions they made, or other wrongdoings.

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Buncombe County Department of Social Services Bias

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Buncombe County Department of Social Services, NC Child Support Enforcement, Domestic Violence, and Federal Funding

The Buncombe County Department of Social Services generates revenue for low income assistance programs via the legislation that birthed NC Child Support Enforcement. If you look at the Social Security Act Title IV-D and specifically read section 458 you will see that the State of NC gets $2 dollars back for every $1 collected in child support via enforcement. We have to wonder knowing what non-custodial families in Buncombe County feel about generating revenue for the State of NC for low income assistance programs at the Buncombe County Department of Social Services?

Be sure that administrators at social services who keep an eye on social services funding and who write policies and procedures do so with this in mind and we feel that this opens the door for abuse on the people this agency derives money from.

Also, keep in mind that when custodial parents want to bring a child support action against a non-custodial parent, Buncombe County Department of Social Services provides an attorney with Title IV-D money that is free for the custodial parent. No doubt, they do this to continue generating more money and protecting future funding.

Like Child Support Enforcement, the Buncombe County Department of Social Services gets mega funding for NC Domestic Violence programs at the agency. In essence, social services NEEDS for men to be male abusers to continue getting funds and again we have to wonder if staff who are following policies and procedures approach men with this in mind to continue funding.

Also, there is a lot of historical data that suggests DSS policies and procedures often have a very radical feminist slant to them and we get contact daily from non-custodial fathers and women in the paternal family who tell us that when social services initiates contact with a family and they are investigating a male, he is dealt with very harshly.

If the Buncombe County Department of Social Services gets so much funding off of child support enforcement and domestic violence programs, is there a very wide door open for social services to be bias in how they deal with non-custodial fathers and paternal families? NC Fathers undoubtedly thinks so. We hear stories daily from women in paternal families who have knowledge of women who are being investigated and they do everything possible to get her services to rectify the situation. But, when dealing with males, they have a very dangerous and different approach.

Also, if the Buncombe County Department of Social Services has 100% complete immunity for any illegalities or wrong doing, is there a very real danger for Buncombe County non-custodial families? Again, we most certainly do.

Buncombe County Department of Social Services and NC Non-Custodial Family Statistics

The bad news for the Buncombe County Department of Social Services is that our organization is doing a great job of uniting non-custodial families and getting them to understand that all social services agencies are setup to derive funding off of them. What social services cannot deny is that non-custodial families equal a very significant and overwhelming voter group and natural lobby that no legislator, Judge, or social services administrator can deny.

This is why it is so important to join our mailing list so that we can build a massive non-custodial database that we can use to effect new legislation that makes the Family Courts and Social Services agencies less divisive and built around funding and politics.

Again, if you are a member of a non-custodial family in Buncombe County and you have experience in dealing with the Buncombe County Department of Social Services and felt bias, then we ask that you join our MAILING LIST and share this article extensively on the major social networking sites using the buttons below.

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December 17, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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