We are dedicated to serving Colorado’s abused, neglected and at-risk children. Our team of legal professionals and social workers work as a unit to make sure we consider the whole child in every decision and recommendation. Kids are more than their circumstances and our cutting edge programs are uniquely equipped to champion the best interest of kids.
Our diverse programs all exist to make sure the best interest of kids is being represented. The resiliency of kids inspires us to continue to do more as they become the heroes of their stories.
The old adage, “it takes a village to raise a child,” is proven true in the lives of the kids we work with every day. Our collaborations create stronger communities, which in turn raise healthier kids.
When it comes to kids, the status quo isn’t good enough. By working to change policies and laws affecting kids, we improve the lives of kids now and the lives of countless kids to come.
Our staff is made up of very talented people who are passionate about our mission to transform the lives of abused, neglected and at-risk children through compassionate legal advocacy, education and public policy reform.
We promise the kids we serve we will listen to them, be dependable, and pursue every option for a future of safety, stability, and success.
We promise our partners we will be reliable advocates who know those we serve and work collaboratively to resolve complex issues.
We promise our donors we will be resourceful and careful stewards of their contributions. We take our resources very seriously.
In September 2016, The Children’s Law Center was selected out of 100 outstanding non-profits to receive the prestigious Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce “Non-Profit of the Year” award. This award recognizes a non-profit/community organization that has made a significant contribution to the overall health and livability of Denver. For over three decades, the Children’s Law Center has fought for the best interests of kids both in and out of the courtroom to help them achieve a higher quality of life. The Children’s Law Center has a longstanding reputation at the Colorado State Capitol as a thought leader on kid’s issues, and it has been at the forefront of influencing non-partisan legislation for the best interests of kids at the local, state, and national level.
RMCLC has been a great partner in courtroom 170. They have made the process for the court as well as victims figuring out what is best for the children go smoothly. Victims’ tend to feel comfortable with the GALS. They also feel better with the help of RMCLC when temporary orders are placed and are agreed because they have a plan until a district court puts in orders.