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California's Safely Surrendered Baby Law, also called Safe Haven, allows a person with lawful custody to surrender a baby anonymously within three days of birth without fear of prosecution for child abandonment.  The baby must be taken to a public or private hospotal emergency room, a designated fire station, or other Safe Surrender site.  A parent or person with lawful custody has up to 14 days from the time of surrender to reclaim the baby.  Publications and details ont he program are available online.
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California's Safely Surrendered Baby Law, also called Safe Haven, allows a person with lawful custody to surrender a baby anonymously within three days of birth without fear of prosecution for child abandonment.  The Department of Social Services provides information on this law.  
  
  
[http://www.babysafe.ca.gov/ '''www.babysafe.ca.gov''']
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https://www.cdss.ca.gov/inforesources/Safely-Surrendered-Baby
 
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California's Safely Surrendered Baby Law, also called Safe Haven, allows a person with lawful custody to surrender a baby anonymously within three days of birth without fear of prosecution for child abandonment. The Department of Social Services provides information on this law.


https://www.cdss.ca.gov/inforesources/Safely-Surrendered-Baby