We are one month away from #GivingTuesday! We are excited to partner with GivingTuesday again to celebrate a day of giving, keep an eye out for more information on how you can celebrate with CCA!
Every day in Connecticut, in cities and towns across our state, there are kids who are homeless. High school students in Bridgeport set out to learn more. Check out the HELPFUL RESOURCES on to learn about the legal rights of kids who are homeless in Connecticut.
We’re live again! The Committee on Children is hearing testimonies on several bills, including HB 5185, an act concerning Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Two of our clients are about to testify.
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Joseph Albert Luciano Sr.
· January 26, 2018
Inspiring and educational. Children are vulnerable; they need and deserve advocacy.

When you sign our petition in support of Pending House Bill 5185, you are showing Leny and other abused, neglected or abandoned children that you stand with them, support them, and are helping them get the protection they are entitled to and the care they need.

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The Center for Law and Social Policy recently released a new report on how new immigration policies are affecting young children. A companion piece, to help professionals in the early care and education community support immigrant families, is also available.

This study from CLASP was motivated by widespread reports that children and families are being harmed by the Trump Administration’s immigration policy priorities. We confirmed many of these reports after speaking with 150 early childhood educators and parents in six states—California, Georgia, I...