450 N Syndicate St, Suite 315 St. Paul, MN 55104 info@clcmn.org 651-644-4438

Tickets for Kids

Tickets For Kids Children’s Law Center of Minnesota is excited to share that we are a Tickets For Kids partner.  Tickets for Kids provides free access for low-income and at-risk kids to attend the arts, cultural, educational, and… Read More

Homeless Youth Handbook – Minnesota

Baker & McKenzie, Ecolab and Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services with additional support from Children’s Law Center of Minnesota launched the Homeless Youth Handbook – Minnesota, a free resource to help homeless youth in the area understand their legal… Read More

Scholarship Opportunities and Financial Funding for Foster Youth

Learn more about Education Training Vouchers, national and local scholarships, and grants and funding available for recreational activities such as: sports, music lessons, educational classes and more.

REPRESENTING YOUTH IN FOSTER CARE TRAINING MATERIALS

11.5.2012 (Last Updated)

The following links and attachments contain materials for Children’s Law Center’s Representing Youth In Foster Care (RYFC) Training.

Know Your Legal Rights and Options

2.22.2011
CLC has also developed helpful information for people of all ages to understand their rights and legal options in different situations.

2011 FosterClub All-Star Applications Are Due By February 15th!

1.11.2011- Applications are due February 15th for FosterClub’s 2011 All-Stars! A team of young people age 18- 24 will be selected to serve a summer internship with FosterClub and assist in planning and facilitating Independent living Teen Conferences and other foster care and child welfare events held throughout the country. Youth will be selected to represent a diversity in foster care experiences, education, current paths (college, employment, job corps, etc.), race & ethnicity and geographical location. If you know a youth in foster care who might be interested in this fantastic opportunity, please pass this on! Applications are due by February 15th, 2011.

Legal Services & Other Resources for ADULTS

CLC does NOT provide legal services for parents, foster parents or guardians, or provide legal services pertaining to divorce and divorce custody matters. Here are some other local agencies and legal aid organizations who may be able to help.

Youth in Transition Publications

CLC has put together four brochures for Minnesota metro area foster care children who are in the process of transitioning out of foster care. These brochures contain a comprehensive listing of housing, healthcare, education, and employment resources available to youth and young adults.

Bill of Rights for Foster Children

Ratified in Congress Hall, Philadelphia Saturday April 28, 1973. EVEN more than for other children, society has a responsibility along with parents for the well-being of foster children. Citizens are responsible for acting to ensure their welfare. EVERY… Read More

Donate Services

Interested parties with goods or services to offer should contact CLC by calling 651-644-4438. Wish list for Services and Donations Annual Benefit Committee – CLC is looking for dedicated individuals to assist the CLC Development Committee with preparations for… Read More