Children’s Law Center’s dedicated staff represent nearly 33,000 children who have been abused or neglected and are involved with the Los Angeles or Sacramento County Juvenile Dependency Court systems. More info For many foster youth their CLC attorney is the most constant person in their life; assisting them with education, mental health, health, housing and more.
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February 16, 2015

Los Angeles County officials are allowing the use of powerful psychiatric drugs on far more children in the juvenile delinquency and foster care systems than they had previously acknowledged, according to data obtained by The Times through a Public Records Act request.

February 12, 2015

California officials will launch a new effort aimed at protecting children by combating student truancy, trauma, human trafficking and education discrimination.

November 14, 2014
June 18, 2014

Children's Law Center of California is working with California legislators and Govorner Brown to

April 02, 2014

After taking testimony from CLC Executive Director Leslie Heimov and CLC Peer Advocate Marissa Rodriguez the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to send a five signature letter to the State Legislature

May 27, 2013

Following what has now become a trend, CLC once again hosted a fundraising event that was fun and exciting but also serious and poignant at times. Continuing with its “Art of Advocacy” theme, CLC’s 2013 event was once again held at the Japanese-American National Museum


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