Q: I was born in florida but we recently moved to pa my mother let me visit florida n my family my step dad is
Very abusive to me n my siblings n my mother but she wont leave him i am in Florida still n i do not want to go back because of how bad it is there but my mom will not let me stay in florida but i have my aunt she has her own house in palm bay i would my own room im gonna get a job n my permit im 16 years old but my mother is gonna try to force me to come back. Ive dealt with dcf my whole life n my step dad always seems to get away with it im worried if i go back ill go back into the dark place i was in because i have no friends there there are no available jobs for me ive been to 2 dif schools in a span of 5 months but my sister is almost 17 n still doesnt have a permit my parents dont help me at all they just bring me down i have positive people around me when im in Florida Im worried for my saftey if i go back ive made a list of everything my step dad has done to us will the cops be on my side or his? Can they force me to come back? Please inform me on what to do. Thank you
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