Stealing monies form elderly to enrich their coffers from social security TITLE IV

November 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

 

Reuniting families, regaining trust through foster care

Posted: 18 Nov 2013 08:48 AM PST

This is a total sales pitch.  I am very sorry for posting this as it will probably turn your stomach, but if any of you actually want to have a clue as to where the money really goes, it’s necessary.

I am appalled at what they’re not telling you.  Opportunity Alliance is actually a private agency that provides Targeted Case Management Services for which they can bill Medicaid and government grant programs, in this case, SS Title IV as well.  They work with kids in and out of foster care so there are many opportunities for them to bill.

This particular kind of foster care is worth big bucks.  The people who are going through programs like this will be some of the highest paid foster parents in the state.  In light of the closing of Casey Family Services, Maine is also an opportunity state for System Sucks like this, as the state must scramble to find other service providers.  Opportunity Alliance, Youth Alternatives, PROP, etc all provide these kinds of services in Maine and other states.

Reuniting families, regaining trust through foster care – my ass.

http://www.wcsh6.com/news/article/263132/2/Reuniting-families-regaining-trust-through-foster-care

Note: They are totally doing it for the money.

“Reuniting families, regaining trust through foster care” – my ***

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