There is a simple medical principle “first, do no harm” (or “primum non nocere”). If a medication does more harm than good, we are obliged to stop it. CPS/DCF does more harm than good.
According to the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) in Washington D. C., for instance: A child is almost five times more likely to die in CPS custody than at home. Almost three times more likely to be physically abused in CPS custody than at home. Over eight times more likely to be sexually abused in CPS custody than at home. Almost two times as likely to be neglected in CPS custody than at home. Almost equally likely to be medically neglected (How can that be in CPS custody?). http://medicalkidnap.com/2014/12/30/medical-kidnapping-billion-dollar-adoption-business/
Thus, the medication must be stopped, i.e. DCF/CPS must be shut down, and a new medication must be found. Mario Jimenez, M.D. (highest medical residency scores at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Family Medicine program, http://saynotopas.com/for-the-glory-of-god-1st-place-in-my-residency-exam/, http://saynotopas.com/about-the-author-background/). Follow Dr. Jimenez in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VoteMario.Us/.