I believe this was previously posted. Are you being abused? If so contact DCF.
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I agree that this was previously asked and answered.
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We really can't help you from here. You need to help yourself and report the abuse to DCF to get things rolling. Good luck!
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood/Central Florida)
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If you are in a dangerous situation or in a home with environmental hazards, etc, the best advice is to contact the Department of Children and Families (DCF). Call them at (800)96-ABUSE. You can even be anonymous but the best thing to know is that you are not alone. Also, this entire process is lengthy (not the DCF portion). You will have to get parental rights terminated and then adoptive parents have to go through a lot, too.
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