by Bob Simmons, executive director, Council for Children's Rights "Preaching to the choir:" the expression is often used to connote a meaningless exercise of delivering a message that the audience already understands and accepts. But that exercise is not meaningless...read more
At its January 2017 meeting, the board of Council for Children's Rights approved the addition of three new members. Ellen Leitch comes to the Council with a long and broad background in community engagement. Having recently moved to Charlotte with her husband David ...read more
Legal Services & Advocacy
We provide advocacy and legal services for children
in the areas of mental health, delinquency,
custody advocacy, special education,
and abuse and neglect.
Research & Policy
We improve outcomes for children by working collaboratively with community partners to improve community infrastructure and increase the capacity and support of local child-serving agencies.
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We are Council for Children’s Rights and these are our stories.