We use holistic advocacy to protect and promote the well-being and future success of our clients. Get to know our multidisciplinary teams below.
Meet our Teams
The CARE program is an intensive case management program that provides critical interventions to our most vulnerable clients, including those with high-end mental health needs, youth involved in the juvenile justice system, and individuals who have been trafficked.
Working at the intersection of child abuse and sexual abuse, our CSEC Team provides legal representation and intensive services to clients who have experienced commercial sex trafficking.
Our in-house Education Team works to protect our clients’ educational rights and to ensure they have appropriate resources to meet their educational needs.
The Family Support and Advocacy Center (FSAC) is a project of CLC providing early intervention and legal advocacy to former youth in foster care with closed dependency cases who are now expectant or parenting children of their own.
Our Immigration Team screens clients for immigration relief, assesses the need for immigration counsel, and works with case carrying attorneys to secure appropriate dependency court orders.
Our MHAT Team focuses on improving the emotional well-being and functioning of our clients by working alongside the CLC attorneys to identify needed services, develop a treatment plan and make placement recommendations.
Our Peer Advocate Program provides case management services and guidance to thousands of transition-age clients.
Our internal ReDD committee is made up of staff from all job categories who work to understand and address the “why” behind racial disproportionality and disparity in the child welfare system. This learning is the springboard to raise awareness, educate our staff and other stakeholders, and create policy and practice change.
Expectant and Parenting Youth (EPY)
Our EPY program provides intensive advocacy for our parenting or expectant clients before and after the baby is born, so they have access to the services and resources they need to provide a safe and loving home for their young children.
As part of our larger EPY program, our YPSA team focuses on expectant or parenting clients who are at particular risk of losing custody of their own children – providing a full array of legal and non-legal interventions to break the intergenerational cycle of foster care.