Can Children Protective Services take children from a home if there isn't food stocked up?

My sister got into a fight with her sister in-law and she told my sister she reported her to Child Protective Services. My sister and her husband are struggling he is on temporarily disability and she lost her job due to budget cuts and hasn't found a new job yet. They have 2 young children 8 and 10 who play hard and may get dirty at times and there house is messy. By messy I don't mean "dirty". I mean the kids leave toys all over as they play together. They struggle with bills and they don't always have food stocked up in their home. She tends to food shop day by day. They are worried they will take there children from their home. They are good loving parents as I go over to her house almost everyday they are just having a hard time at the moment.
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Asked Aug 24, 2013
Edited Aug 24, 2013
If there is evidence that the children aren't being fed properly, they can be removed in most jurisdictions. But "food stock" is only one of the factors that would be used to determine that.

If they don't have enough money to feed the children, it would be wise for them to contact social services themselves and ask for help rather than have that determination made in a CPS investigation. That would show that they are concerned for their children's welfare.

Answered Aug 25, 2013
Has CPS shown up yet? Maybe it was just a threat. If they need food there are food banks everywhere and she cn certainly get food stamps. But yeat they shud call CPS and ask them wht to do. Its better than gettin them pulled from them in the middle of the night. Ive seen it happen.
Answered Aug 26, 2013

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