Caregivers over 50 (Co50) Clinics are a tool to empower older adults caring for children and youth to get the legal information and resources their family needs!
After over 13 years of specializing in nonparent caregiver representation, the Children’s Law Center is launching clinics designed to support older adult caregivers in meeting the needs of children and youth who have experienced trauma!
In partnership with community leaders, the pilot Co50 clinics will be held monthly in Pueblo County to support nonparent caregivers in addressing their social, financial, and legal needs.
We collaborate to build stronger communities by partnering with local courts and organizations who have similar missions. Our partnerships have been carefully cultivated and give us the ability to work with, or refer our clients to trusted, beneficial services to support their healing and growth.
We advocate for systemic change by building relationships with legislators and pushing for kids rights in policy decisions. Advocating for kids rights is essential to our efforts. Being a part of changing the system means more and more kids have the possibility of brighter futures.
The Children’s Law Center is helping Voices for Children to train CASA volunteers to be educational advocates for abused and neglected children. They have helped CASAs to advocate on behalf of youth in truancy court experiencing school pushout. Thanks to them, the kids we serve stand a better chance at getting the education they deserve.
This award recognizes a non-profit that has made a significant contribution to the overall health and livability of Denver. Read more about the award:
When our daughter passed away leaving three children behind, the Children’s Law Center came to our rescue. They provided endless support, guidance and legal expertise. Gloria was our lifesaver and we are eternally grateful.
Thousands of children need our help each year but we cannot do it alone. The Children’s Law Center must raise over one million dollars annually to provide the services Colorado’s abused and neglected children so desperately need.