Dana Gibson had her 9-year-old daughter taken away from her by Texas Child Protective Services in October after she was found with drugs. Months later, Gibson has cleaned up — but she still can’t get custody of her daughter.“It’s very tough to talk about,” Gibson told WFAA-TV. “As a parent, there’s nothing worse than to know that you’ve caused your child pain.”Gibson said she recently received a “formal apology” from CPS, but it didn’t have anything to do with her getting her daughter back. Instead, it was an acknowledgement that the state agency had moved her daughter to a second foster home without the appropriate, prior notification.
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