Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto, the Justice and Diversity Center, and the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley are set to receive increased funding from Santa Clara County’s Board of Supervisors to provide representation for unaccompanied child refugees in court.
Who Served: Children & Juvenile
We invite you to join us for an informational training webinar to learn about Title IX and other laws that apply to equality in athletics at K-12 schools.
Affordable, quality child care helps families get ahead and stay ahead. As their children develop social and academic skills, parents can focus on work and improving their family’s prospects.
Under Title IX and California law, pregnant students are protected from discrimination and schools are required to provide accommodations to these students so that they can remain full participants in and receive the full benefits of their education.
Arissa Palmer is the Executive Director of BreastfeedLA.
FreeFrom serves to make safety affordable for all survivors of domestic violence so that they can build lives free from violence for themselves and their children. Without a way to rebuild financially, survivors typically won’t leave an abuser. If they do, they risk homelessness, losing custody of their children, or having to return to their […]
There is no reason for schools to know a students’ immigration status, and by requiring that information advocates fear fewer immigrant families will send their children to school.