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Who We Are

Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps is a leader in child welfare and juvenile justice, operating a number of programs and services for at-risk youth and families. Our work includes community based initiatives, residential treatment and juvenile justice programs, and we partner with national organizations and state agencies to use proven methods and develop new ways to advance practices in the care of those most vulnerable. We help individuals and families overcome difficult challenges and situations by providing the tools and skills they need to heal, grow, and thrive. Everything we do is based on the belief that every child deserves the chance for a brighter tomorrow.

At a Glance

Founded:
June 25, 1969

Type of Organization:
Private, nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)3,
Licensed Child Welfare Agency,
Approved Private Schools
Foster Care and Adoption

Structure:
Volunteer Board of Directors,
Operational management by President/CEO

Annual Budget:
$18.5 million

Employees:
380

Geography:
Six communities across Massachusetts

Children and families served:
800+ annually

Affiliations:
Massachusetts Association of Approved Private Schools, The Massachusetts Council of Human Service Providers, Child Welfare League of America, Citizens for Juvenile Justice, The Children’s League of Massachusetts, Nonprofit Sector Workforce Coalition, American Humanics, Adoption Professional Association of Massachusetts

National Partners:
Models for Change
National Youth Project Using Minibikes
Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights

 

 
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