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Believe in Children

“All kids need is
a little help,
a little hope, and
somebody who believes in them.”

Ervin “Magic” Johnson
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Help For Children & Families

We are committed to helping children and families find the support and resources they need when they are facing a wide range of challenges.

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Get Involved -- Volunteer

We get by with more than a little help from our friends.  Looking for volunteers – attorneys and non-attorneys – to give a little of yourself and your time to make a real difference.

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Council Releases New State of Mecklenburg’s Children Report

Did you know that in 2015, 16.8% of high school students reported being bullied on school property?  Or that 32.3% of families living in poverty are headed by single mothers? Council for Children's Rights' released its latest report on the State of Mecklenburg's...
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Carolyn Brown Retires After 30 Years at the Council

It was supposed to be a temporary job – just filling in for a couple of weeks at what was then Council for Children.  But that two-week temp job turned into a decades long career for the Council’s Director of Administration, Carolyn Brown. What happened?  “I fell in...
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Council for Children’s Rights Names John A. Fagg, Jr. as President of Board of Directors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JULY 11, 2017 - CHARLOTTE:  Council for Children’s Rights (CFCR), a Charlotte non-profit providing advocacy and legal representation services for children, is pleased to announce the election of John A. Fagg, Jr. as president of the Council’s...
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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.

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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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Our People/Our Stories

We are a community:  of advocates, attorneys, children, parents, volunteers, community partners.

We are Council for Children’s Rights and these are our stories.

 

If we don’t stand up for children,

then we don’t stand for much.  

Marian Wright Edelman

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