Legal and educational advocacy and clinical services for children
Education Program: Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center (RMCLC) directly represents kids and families in establishing appropriate education plans, working through disciplinary issues and helping get students back into school.
Caregiver Advocacy Program: Provides information and guidance on getting a power of attorney, being appointed guardian, seeking a court-ordered allocation of parental responsibilities, and finalizing adoption. Can provide direct representation from an attorney, in addition to legal information, case-specific consultations, assistance with self-representation and referrals to other resources.
Domestic Violence Program: Provides guardian ad litem (GALs) teams when a case is filed in Civil Protection Order Court to conduct investigations, advocate for children at court hearings, provide recommendations relating to parenting time and decision-making power for the affected children, and attempt to reach agreements between the parents in the best interest of the child.
Trauma Informed Yoga Program: Uses yoga to help facilitate healing and health for children, youth and families.
Dandelion Project: Therapeutic gardening to promote healing and health for children and youth who have experienced abuse, neglect or other traumatic experiences
All services are provided on a sliding scale basis. No referral needed, individuals can call or e-mail RMCLC directly.