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Mission Moments: May 2023

We have exciting news to share! Council is proud to announce the launch of our newest advocacy project that will focus on improving the educational outcomes of youth in foster care. This 3-year project will be led by Council’s Research & Policy (RAP) and Education...

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In-Person CAP Volunteer Training is Back!

CUSTODY ADVOCACY TRAINING Presented by: The Custody Advocacy Program of Council for Children’s Rights Hosted by: Alston & Bird, LLP 7.75 Hours of CLE or CPE Credit (Approval Pending) Wednesday, November 30, 2022 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM The Custody Advocacy Program (CAP)...

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Holiday Cards are here!

Holiday Cards are here!

Celebrate the season by supporting Council for Children’s Rights. With your donation of $25 or more you send comfort and protection to our community’s most vulnerable children — AND send a beautiful greeting card to a friend or family member.

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FAQ: “How can I best advocate for my child at school?”

FAQ: “How can I best advocate for my child at school?”

Six top tips on how to best advocate for your child at school: put each communication in writing, keep your child’s education records in one place, schedule meetings with the school, bringing someone with you to important meetings, keep up to date with your child’s progress in school, and get to know your child’s teacher. Read more about each tip.

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Black Lives Matter: By the Numbers

Black Lives Matter: By the Numbers

Council for Children’s Rights works to affirm rights for children daily through our individual services, research, and policy work. We are heartbroken and grieve over the senseless deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and the countless others before...

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Ellie and Trey

Ellie and Trey

Ellie* and Trey* had always lived with their Mom.  She and Dad had never been married, but they got along so no one ever saw a need to go to court about a formal custody arrangement. Things changed when Ellie entered her teens.  Mom got married and Ellie had a new...

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