A Call to Action State GAL Board Meeting Update: Sept/Oct 2014

A Call to Action ~ UPDATE:

A Call to Action presented, as a group message, concerns about Guardian ad Litem, Jamie Manning, during the public comments of the State Guardian Ad Litem Board meeting in September and October 2014. We asked for a fair, and transparent, system to have our complaints, and supporting evidence, heard and investigated.

We thank the Board for the opportunity to speak, and for their consideration. The Board has responded with a proposed a method to file formal complaints against Ms. Manning, which will be reviewed by a neutral party. A Call to Action remains in communication with the Board as the complaint process moves forward. We will keep you updated!




About EJ

Parenting Abused Kids (PAK) reflects the personal thoughts and opinions of "EJ" sharing her experiences of surviving domestic abuse and injustice in family court. PAK also includes news and informational articles about abuse and family court issues. The purpose of PAK is to raise awareness of the challenges domestic abuse survivors to rebuild their lives after experiencing domestic abuse, compounded with the struggles of ongoing family court litigation. PAK will also discuss and raise awareness about issues related to parenting children who have been abused, and often present with emotional and behavioral problems. Parenting Abused Kids is not affiliated with any professional group, political group, organization or religious affiliation. My sincere love and support goes out to abuse survivors and their children. I am so sorry for what you have endured, and pray your lives will be filled with the happiness you so deserve. Thank-you for visiting!
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2 Responses to A Call to Action State GAL Board Meeting Update: Sept/Oct 2014

  1. Cash says:

    You are really brave for speaking up. Just want to say, behind your group, is an untold number of parents also wanting to come forward but cannot due to intimidation or fear of retaliation. Means alot that you’re taking a stand.


  2. Sherri says:

    Good article! Will be sharing… it’s inspiring to see parents who have been through so much working to make a difference.


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