Defending the Children,Youths and Families
                   of New Hampshire
          And The United States of America

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Defending the Children,Youth's and Families of the State of 
New Hampshire and our United States of America!!

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Jeremiah Oliver

Posted by Gail Nash on April 29, 2014 at 9:45 PM

Posted by- Janet Heywood-Esburnett

 Olga Roche The chief of DCF in Massechusettes  has resigned under pressure from top lawmakers calling for her resignation.  Roche, is responsible for not just Jeremiah Olivers death on her watch but two other children, and that's just the ones that have been reported and that we are aware of..

Roche will be replaced by Erin Deveney an attorney and Former chief of staff of Motor Vehicles in the State.  I am already concerned with Ms. Deveney's attitude as to what happened in these terrible cases .

Never have a heard in NH , Massachusetts or any other state that I know of that WE do not need more case workers, WE NEED BETTER ONES!

 

I am appalled that yet again the agency is using a tragic death of a child at their hands I might add , to ask the state for more money to add to the already huge budget that Mass. DCF and DCYF in NH uses to break up good families and also to leave children in the homes of abusive parents.

 

If so called case workers would stop going on " Witch Hunts" and start doing their Jobs in other cases they wouldn't have any where near as many cases.

 

Lets hope that Massachusetts is focusing on the families of these poor children who have died in DCF and NH DCYF's care and getting them the help they need.

 

The State of Massachusetts has said that Roche will stay on for another few weeks through the transition.

 

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