In a perfect world, CPS would have the time and resources to help kids like the Rods, but I've worked in Dependency court in another state. Those kids have shelter, some food, and appear clean. I don't see CPS doing too much with them other than visiting and promptly closing the investigation. It's good that they're on the radar, but I don't see any real help coming their way through them. Unfortunately, there are so many kids in much, much worse situations. It's hard to see these kids who look malnourished and stressed, but they would not be a priority in my state and I've heard there are real problems with opiate and meth addiction in WV.