Legal Advocacy

With a Front-Row View of Poverty, She Needed Help

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story by Jennifer Mascia about Yolanda Clinkscales balancing a full-time job and motherhood and still needing help. Below is an excerpt from the original article:

Children’s Aid Fights for Children’s Support from Both Parents

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The Children’s Aid Society Champions Access to Special Education

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Know Your Rights - Know Your Precinct

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In Debt To Start, and Sinking Even Deeper

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Approached by a loan seller, Theodora Roach agreed to what turned out to be a balloon loan. Later, she got help through a government program and the Neediest Cases Fund.

The Children’s Aid Society: Helping Consumers Get a Hold of Their Credit

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Children’s Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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Children's Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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Promoting Safe and Stable Families: The Children's Aid Society Provides Legal Advocacy Services for Children and Families in Crisis

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Keeping Kids on the Right Track The Children's Aid Society's Juvenile Justice Programs

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