Darcy Olsen named Arizona's Best Non-Profit Leader
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Kate, Age 14
"The Center for the Rights of Abused Children made sure no one would ever hurt me again."
How Arizona aims to reduce the number of teens aging out of care.
Quintin defies the odds. Teenage boy smiling.
Liam defies the odds.
We fight so they live.
children are abused every year
children are waiting to be adopted
age out of foster care with no family

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Children’s Law Clinic

Every single day, the Center for the Rights of Abused Children helps abused and neglected children by providing legal advice and representation free of charge. Our Children’s Law Clinic is a lifeline for children as well as young adults who have aged out of foster care and face adulthood alone.

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Public law & Policy

With your help, we fight the big fights, working to end violence against children. Our work in courtrooms and legislatures has improved safety and protections for 650,000 children and counting.

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Maya now volunteers with Gen Justice.

For children in foster care to live happy lives, we need the help of others.

Maya, Age 14

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Darcy Olsen, Founder and CEO, Inspires on PBS

In the national PBS Storytelling Series All Connected, Darcy took the stage and shared her story about becoming a foster parent.

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