SD County negociated with biological mother for the rights
of my ownership. The plans for immediate adoption
fell apart, as I was born with birth defects from Dioxin.
The county was now stuck with a sick newborn and
responsible for medical care. The product was defective.
Anticipated profits from this child sale looked grim.
Four foster homes later they found a buyer, and were
able to recap the losses from the defective product, ME.
Post Adoption Services:
One would expect counselling, advice, group meetings, literature....etc.
I was sent a 10 pages stapled together of websites to aid in searching for my parents. Then 4-5 pages outlining the expected psychological trauma and problems that are normal and expected to happen to all adopted children. Very informative. So Post Adoption Services is to reunification with real parents, in a nut-shell. The staff couldn't be more
annoyed by my inquiries, and act as though I am bothering them.
This agency is responsible for their poor administrative decisions.
The lease they could do is have apathy for adoptee's that are victims
of the San Diego department of health and human services adoptions.
......Reviewing the 2010 budget (which is a public record) states
that this county agency gets large sums of state and federal funding for "Post Adoption Services". The ten copied pages and postage that I received do not amount to millions of dollars. Maybe $5.00 for a ream of paper. What is going on at the coveted county?
AS I search over and again, make calls and inquire