It is important to not get crosswise with the CPS workers you encounter since they wield a lot of power and have a great deal of discretion in what recommendations they may make. Take a look at this page from the State of Washington's DSHS website about the workers' duties and other frequently asked questions: http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/safety/abuseHappens.asp?2
Previous counsel raises a critically important point. CPS will use everything, including your attitude and your tone of voice, against you. They presume you are guilty before you even have a chance to defend yourself. Your concern that you are being set up is valid, and you must not alienate them, or you risk losing your parental rights. This situation merits a consult with a local family law attorney with experience in dependency work.
Gary Preble defends dependencies, and he's a nice guy. Perhaps he has a referral for you on the east side. He's in Olympia. Hope this helps. Elizabeth Powell
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