500,000 child victims helped. And counting.
Abandoned at birth, we fought for Molly. She now has a loving, adopted family.
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WORKING TOGETHER. SAVING LIVES.
Since our launch in 2017, Gen Justice has worked with local leaders, national partners and the White House to drive the adoption of state and federal policies impacting hundreds of thousands of kids. These measures have expedited the search for relatives, shortened the time to adoption and improved legal representation for abandoned, abused and trafficked children.
HOW IT HAPPENS
True change is neither simple nor swift – that’s why we’re here.
Too many American children suffer brutality and death as a result of weak laws or poor compliance with good laws. We believe children should be safely and quickly reunified with family when possible, foster care should be temporary, and adoption, when necessary, should proceed without delay.
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There's a better way to do foster care
The Problem with Foster Care
Why Does Arizona Send Children Back to Homes with Drug-Addicted Parents?
Child Deaths Preventable with Greater Transparency of Agencies
Georgia's Foster Care Reform Bill: Blood Relatives Shouldn't Always Have Legal Preference
Georgia's foster care bill models the new Arizona law and puts the best interests of children first.
8 Heartwarming Stories of Older Children Who Finally Found Their Forever Home
America's Flood of Opioid Orphans
The core problem is that children lack some of the basic constitutional rights that we cherish as Americans.
Hearings: With Mom Absent, An Education Plan Stalls
Arizona's foster children get a common-sense solution that removes the barrier to special education.