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    Question: My dad kicked me out of his house on my 16th birthday and he's been telling my brother he wants me to go back or he'll call the cops and say I'm a runaway. Can he tell them I'm a runaway if he's the one that told me to leave? and what can I do to not go back?

    Answer:

    See answer to question #151 for information on being asked to leave home.  See answers to questions #93 and #117 for information on parental control in Arizona.  See answers to questions #17819, #159 and #183 for information on leaving home. 

    You can get help by calling one of the hotlines listed below or others listed on the "Links" page of this website.

    Charter Behavioral Health Arizona Crisis Line
    800-242-7837

    Child Help USA Hotline
    800-422-4453

    Child Protective Services
    888-SOS-CHILD or 888-767-2445

    Children's Law Center (Arizona) - Volunteer lawyers to help kids with their legal issues are available.
    602-258-3434 ext. 266

    National Domestic Violence Hotline
    800-799-7233

    Samaritan Behavioral Health Services
    602-254-4357

    Teen Link (Various Topics)
    800-235-9678

    Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE)
    800-816-0491 or 800-865-4314

    Youth Crisis Hotline
    800-448-4663


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    On 07/17/07
    Torrie from AZ said:
    I'm sure your dad was just mad about something and didn't really mean he wanted you gone for good, and if he says you need to go home thats what you need to do. He can claim you as a run away.
    On 07/15/07
    Torrie from AZ said:
    I'm sure your dad just told you to leave because he was upset over something, and didn't really mean he wanted you gone for good. You have to go back because your not 18 and he can claim you as a runaway.
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