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Unfortunately, this is the problem with CPS they act on a bias that they form about the parent and when they do so, they take it out on the parent. If CPS got an attorney involved and gave the dads the custody of the children, then CPS is still involved and the only way for her to get the children back is to file a motion for return of the children in the court. She is going to have to have the parenting counselor come to court and testify in her behalf and that is the only way you can help her, get her to legal aid and also call the state bar for her and try to get her at least a low cost or pro bono attorney to represent her to get to court to recover the children, that is the sole legal option in this type of situation.