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  • My Mom wants to send me to Juvenile Hall again for false claims.

    This starts from the very beginning, my mom would beat me by sitting on-top of me, punching me, saying nasty crap to me, and then calling the police on me and making up false claims. One time she did manage to send me away was when I held up a knife to defend myself from getting stabbed by keys. A knife looks worse then keys of course and she managed to say I stabbed her. Which later showed in court, she had no stab marks and I was let out a lot earlier than expected. Now I am battling against my mom to not go back and her make up false claims. I have even told my ASD counselors and a Cop who constantly knows about this situation but they can't do much which is understandable. I wan't to leave so badly.

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    Hi there,

    Thank you for taking the time to share your situation with us here at NRS. It was very brave of you to reach out and it took a lot of strength to speak up to your counselors and the police about what was going on at home. It sounds like you are very concerned for your safety while you are at home which is incredibly difficult to deal with. You have a right to feel safe and you deserve to experience support and understanding from the people in your life.

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    We look forward to hearing from you soon so that we can help,
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