When their 10 month old son, Cyrus, became ill and continued vomiting, Levi and Marissa Anderson took him to St. Luke’s Pediatric Center in Boise, Idado. After one week in the hospital undergoing numerous exams and tests, Cyrus was released with a clean bill of health. Marissa and Levi continued to take Cyrus to the […]
After Sarah took her son to the hospital with a high fever, the doctor told them to go to the ER. After the doctor learned that Sarah had not immediately gone to the ER (because her son’s fever was going down), he called CPS. That evening, SWAT kicked in their door and removed the children. […]
Last year, after Jessica Porten told the nurse at her newborn daughter’s first appointment that she was experiencing symptoms of postpartum depression, the nurse called the police.
When you hire someone to teach your children to swim, you should not have to worry about the instructor making unfounded reports about them to CPS. Twice.
On Christmas morning in 2016, as 18-year-old Alyssa Gilderhus began to open her gifts, she suffered a life-threatening brain aneurysm.
Last fall, Mary Cobb and her husband spent the afternoon at the lake with their five-year-old son who struggles with autism and is often prone to meltdowns, self-injurious behavior, and violent outbursts. On that day, however, he had dressed himself (in one-size-too-small pants), let his dad help him put his coat on, and had enjoyed […]
It all began when the Grangers’ 3-year-old daughter quietly slipped out of the house. Though her parents quickly noticed and found her within just a few minutes, a passerby had already seen her, stopped, and called the police. The police were reasonable. CPS was not.
Over the past few years, we at Heritage Defense have dealt with several cases where small children and children with special needs have gotten out of their houses without their parents noticing. In each of these cases, someone safely discovered the child. However, the person who found the child then called the police, which then […]
Mrs. Henry was running some errands that morning while Mr. Henry had taken the day off to spend it with their five children.* As Mr. Henry was making breakfast, their eleven- and eight-year-old daughters, Regina and Sarah, were supposed to be outside doing their chores. Instead, they had run away…
Here is a letter we recently received from one of the many families we were privileged to serve in 2013.
We give all glory to God, and we give many thanks to our members for their support which makes our defense of families like this possible.