OUR REFORM CAMPAIGNS
Our mission is to help abused and neglected children wherever they are.
Plaintiffs claim that Minnesota and Hennepin County have violated children’s constitutional, federal statutory, and state law rights.
West Virginia has some of the worst child welfare statistics in the country, and the state can no longer use the opioid epidemic as an excuse to avoid responsibility for this shameful system.
Indiana DCS is failing to provide Hooiser children in its care with stable, nurturing, family-like homes, resulting in neglect, harm, and irreversible damage.
Oregon’s foster care system is so dysfunctional that Oregon cannot accurately track how bad its services are.
Mississippi faces possible federal court takeover because of its failure to address long-standing systemic deficiencies.
New Jersey’s child welfare system, previously one of the worst in the country, making significant progress in protecting children and providing services.
New York State has failed to exercise sufficient oversight over New York City’s child welfare system and to take necessary steps to ensure that the City complies with Federal law.
State makes some progress but is failing to meet settlement agreement standard.
Texas judge appoints Special Masters to develop implementation plan to fix broken foster-care system.
The District of Columbia continues to improve its child-welfare system under ongoing court supervision.