California Drug Testing Law - Everything You Need to Know


According to California law, everyone must report to the Child Protective Services if they encounter any danger to the child or abuse. Suppose the CPS believes that the child lives in an unsafe environment that includes parental drug abuse, failure to provide adequate care, unhealthy food, medical care, physical abuse, strain their nature, etc. In that case, the caseworker might mandate a drug test.

The CPS’s goal is to put up with the child in their own home and to develop an alternative plan as rapidly as possible. This is provided for 12 months to children who remain safe and secure in the house while the family receives services. Suppose the home terms determine that the child cannot stay even with family preservation and support services. In that case, foster care is arranged in the most family-like setting, consistent with the good and best interests of the child.

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