What We Do


The Center for the Rights of Abused Children is providing a lifeline for abused children by serving pro bono in their court cases, strengthening protections that bring them to safety, and reinforcing their constitutional rights through public interest legal work.


Stopping abuse.

600,000 children are abused every year in America.

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Constitutional rights
Enforcing constitutional rights.

Abused children with attorneys exit the foster system 3.5x faster.

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Finding safe and loving homes

114,000 children are waiting to be adopted.

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Preventing aging out.

20,000 children age out of the system every year.

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Improving education.

Only 7% of children in foster care earn a college degree.

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Finding the missing and trafficked.

58 children go missing from foster care every day.

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Protecting the abandoned
Protecting the abandoned.

10,000 children are abandoned every year in America.

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Arizona capitol building.

The Center for the Rights of Abused Children's work in Arizona has become a blueprint for change across the country.

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