“Children’s Rights has educated me about the very constructive role that advocates can play,” says Gov. Phil Bredesen in State of the State Address.
State officials persist in their efforts to close the doors of a program aimed at keeping kids safely with their families — despite an 18-year track record of proven success.
Connecticut officials back off plans to close successful program for keeping kids out of foster care after Children’s Rights takes legal action for state’s vulnerable children.
Children’s Rights takes on a dangerous state law aimed at strong-arming judges into diverting kids from foster care — without regard to the facts of their cases.
Six years after he and his brothers were found starving in their adoptive home, Tre’Shawn P. has graduated from high school and is thriving in a new, permanent, loving family.
Children’s Rights keeps up long campaign for meaningful child welfare reform in spite of District officials’ resistance.
There are nearly 4,000 children in the New York City child welfare system who have been slated for either reunification with their parents or adoption for more than two years, but have remained in foster care nevertheless. With every day they remain in foster care, their chances of ever regaining the stability of a permanent […]
Judge in class action to reform extremely dangerous child welfare system restricts access to evidence, but Children’s Rights continues to press for change.
A vital program designed to treat children with behavioral problems at home rather than in state custody is threatened by budget cuts — and Children’s Rights is fighting to save it.
Federal judge authorizes Children’s Rights to press on in effort to reform Oklahoma’s harmful child welfare system on behalf of more than 10,000 abused and neglected children statewide.