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National Child Advocacy Resources

ADOPTION

National Adoption Center * 800-TO-ADOPT; FAX: (215)735-9410 (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET) * Information
on adoption agencies and support groups. Network for matching parents and children with special needs.
Website: http://www.adopt.org/adopt 

CHILD ABUSE

Child Help USA Hotline * 800-422-4453 (24 hrs) * General information on child abuse and related
issues. Referrals to local agencies for child abuse reporting. Crisis counseling. Website:
http://childhelpusa.org 

CYSTIC FIBROSIS

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation * 800-344-4823; Pharmacy: 800-541-4959 (Mon-Fri, 8:30-5:30 ET) *
Information, brochures, insurance information, pharmaceutical services, updates on research. Website:
http://www.cff.org  E-mail: info@cff.org  

DISABLED

National Easter Seal Society (bilingual)   800-221-6827 (Mon-Fri, 8:30-5 ET)   Publications for persons
with disabilities. Website: http://www.seals.com 

NICHCY   800-695-0285 (Voice/TTY) or (202)884-8200 (Voice/TTY); FAX: (202)884-8441  
Provides information on disabilities with a special focus on children (birth to 22). Services include
responses to questions, referrals, and technical assistance to parents, educators, caregivers and advocates.
Referrals to support groups. Website: http://www.nichcy.org/index.html 

National Respite Locator   800-773-5433   Information on temporary care for those caring for a child
with a disability or chronic illness. Website: http://www.chtop.com/locator.htm

EDUCATION

National Association for the Education of Young Children * 800-424-2460 (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET) *
Information and referrals re: early childhood education. Website: http://www.naeyc.org  E-mail:
pubaff@naeyc.org
 

ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabled and Gifted Education * 800-328-0272 (Mon-Fri, 9-5pm ET) *
Information regarding special/gifted education issues. Free packets of information addressing a variety of
issues, including: ADD, gifted children, behavior disorders, inclusion, etc. Will do customized search of
database and answer specific questions. E-mail: ericec@cec.sped.org  Website:
http://www.cec.sped.org/ericec.htm  United Student Aid Funds * 800-428-9250 * Information on student
loans for eligible persons

HEALTH

National Organization of Rare Diseases * 800-999-6673 (203-746-6518 in CT) * (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET) *
Information and networking for persons with rare disorders. Literature. Website:
http://www.rarediseases.org 

American Board of Medical Specialties * 800-776-2378 (Mon-Fri, 9-6 ET) * Will tell you if your
physician is board certified. Website: http://www.certifieddoctor.org

LEARNING DISABILITIES / DYSLEXIA

National Center for Learning Disabilities * 800-575-7373 * Information and referral for persons with
learning disabilities. Legislative action, advocacy, public education

MENTAL HEALTH

National Mental Health Association * 800-969-6642 (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET) * Provides free information on
over 200 mental health topics including manic-depression, bereavement, post-traumatic stress disorder,
and warning signs of mental illness. Referrals to mental health providers, distributes free national directory
of local mental health associations, and offers low-cost materials. Advocates to remove stigma of mental
illness. Website: http://www.nmha.org  E-mail: nhainfo@aol.com

National Clearinghouse Family Support / Children's Mental Health * 800-628-1696 or (503)725-4040;
TTY: 800-735-2900; FAX: (503)725-4180 * Leave message and you will receive either a return call or
written information. Sponsored by Portland State Univ.

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES / MENTAL RETARDATION / DOWN SYNDROME

Down Syndrome Hotline * 800-221-4602 or (212)460-9330; FAX: (212)979-2873 (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET)
* Information and referral; free packets to new parents, information on education, support groups, medical
research, newsletter, phone support, information on conferences. Website: http://www.ndss.org  E-mail:
info@ndss.org  

American Association on Mental Retardation * 800-424-3688 (Mon-Fri, 9-5 ET) * General information
on mental retardation. Website: http://www.aamr.org  E-mail: aamr@access.digex.net

MISSING CHILDREN

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children * 800-843-5678 * Information re: missing and
exploited youth. Helps parents to locate missing children. Website: http://www.missingkids.com

RUNAWAYS

National Runaway Switchboard * 800-621-4000 (24 hrs) * Information and referrals for runaways re:
shelter, counseling; food pantries; transportation. Suicide and crisis counseling. Greyhound bus tickets
available for qualifying kids. Website: http://www.nrscrisisline.org  E-mail: info@nrscrisisline.org

YOUTH

Boy's Town National Hotline (bilingual) * 800-448-3000 (24 hours) * Provides crisis intervention,
information and referrals for general population. Free, confidential. Short-term crisis intervention. Works
with children and families. Website: http://www.boystown.org

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Child Advocacy Resources by State

2000

  1. ALABAMA
  2. ALASKA
  3. AMERICAN SAMOA
  4. ARIZONA
  5. ARKANSAS
  6. CALIFORNIA
  7. COLORADO
  8. CONNECTICUT
  9. DELAWARE
  10. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  11. FLORIDA
  12. GEORGIA
  13. GUAM
  14. HAWAII
  15. IDAHO
  16. ILLINOIS
  17. INDIANA
  18. IOWA
  19. KANSAS
  20. KENTUCKY
  21. LOUISIANA
  22. MAINE
  23. MARYLAND
  24. MASSACHUSETTS
  25. MICHIGAN
  26. MINNESOTA
  27. MISSISSIPPI
  28. MISSOURI
  29. MONTANA
  30. NATIVE AMERICAN
  31. NEBRASKA
  32. NEVADA
  33. NEW HAMPSHIRE
  34. NEW JERSEY
  35. NEW MEXICO
  36. NEW YORK
  37. NORTH CAROLINA
  38. NORTH DAKOTA
  39. N. MARIANAS ISLANDS
  40. OHIO
  41. OKLAHOMA
  42. OREGON
  43. PENNSYLVANIA
  44. PUERTO RICO
  45. REP OF PALAU
  46. RHODE ISLAND
  47. SOUTH CAROLINA
  48. SOUTH DAKOTA
  49. TENNESSEE
  50. TEXAS
  51. UTAH
  52. VERMONT
  53. VIRGINIA
  54. VIRGIN ISLANDS
  55. WASHINGTON
  56. WEST VIRGINIA
  57. WISCONSIN
  58. WYOMING

Child Advocacy Resources by State

2000

 

ALABAMA

VOICES for Alabama's Children

Seeks to ensure a decent childhood for every Alabama child. 
vfac@alavoices.org
 

ALASKA

 

AMERICAN SAMOA

 

ARIZONA

Children's Action Alliance

 CAA founded in 1988, is a non-profit, nonpartisan research, policy and advocacy organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of all of Arizona's children and families. 
caa@azchildren.org
 

ARKANSAS

Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families

is a non-profit, non-partisan, child advocacy organization founded in 1977. 
aacf@swbell.net
 

CALIFORNIA

Action Alliance for Children

Provides information about the current trends and policy issues affecting children and their
families. AAC publishes the Children's Advocate newsmagazine. In addition, the agency coordinates conferences and training courses; publishes a Master Calendar of events and resources; and produces videos about violence and young children. AAC is a California-based, nonprofit agency. 

Children Now

1212 Broadway, 5th FL
Oakland, CA 94612
510-763-2444
510-763-1974 (fax)
childrennow@childrennow.org
  (Oakland) and 
cnla@earthlink.net
   (Los Angeles)

Lois Salisbury, President

Children's Advocacy Institute

University of San Diego Law School
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
619-260-4806
619-260-4753 (fax) 
childrensissues@acusd.edu
 

Robert Fellmeth, Executive Director

Coleman Advocates for Children & Youth

459 Vienna Street
San Francisco, CA 92112
415-239-0161
415-239-0584 (fax) 
coleman@sirius.com
 

Margaret Brodkin, Executive Director

Kids in Common: A Children & Families Collaborative

1046 West Taylor Street, Suite 100
San Jose, CA 95126-1815
408-882-0900
408-882-0909 (fax) 
kic@kidsincommon.org
  

Judith Kleinberg, Executive Director

COLORADO

Colorado Children's Campaign

worked to mobilize individuals and organizations to think and act on behalf of children with particular attention to the health, education and safety of those most at risk.
As a statewide nonprofit organization, we promote the well-being of all children through research, public awareness, and helping concerned citizens work on behalf of children, with special emphasis on early intervention and long-term prevention. 
info@coloradokids.org
 

CONNECTICUT

Office of the Child Advocate

The Office of the Child Advocate is an independent state
agency established in 1995 to protect the civil, legal and special
rights of all the children of Connecticut, and to advance policies
throughout the state that promote their well-being and best
interests.
jeanne.milstein@po.state.ct.us

Connecticut Association for Human Services

The Connecticut Association for Human Services
is a not-for-profit organization that promotes public policy solutions
and brings resources to bear to strengthen needy children, families,
and communities through education, outreach, advocacy, research,
and evaluation.
CAHS: info@cahs.org

DELAWARE

Kids Count in Delaware

the authoritative source of key data about the status of the well being of children and their families in Delaware, and will use the data to serve as a catalyst and partner for collaboration for those who can act to improve that status. 
dekidscount@diamond.net.udel.edu
 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

dcaction@dckids.org 

FLORIDA

The Florida Department of Children and Families

Protect the Vulnerable, Promote Strong and Economically Self-Sufficient Families, and Advance Personal and Family Recovery and Resiliency.

GEORGIA

Georgians For Children

advocate programs and policies that have the potential to better the lives of a broad spectrum of children. We seek to strengthen the effectiveness of the many viable single-issue child advocacy groups by focusing public attention on the interdepedence of children's needs. 
info@georgians.com
 

GUAM

 

HAWAII

Hawaii Kids Watch

 an independent, citizen-based, nonprofit organization created to speak on behalf of the broad interests of Hawaii's children. Hawaii Kids Watch works for better public policy for children, to raise the visibility of children's issues, and to ensure that the health, safety, education, economic and other needs of Hawaii's children are met. 
hikids@pixi.com
 

IDAHO

The Family Advocate Program

 

The goal of this project is to bring parents, educators, and those working with families a wealth of information about helping their children get ready for, and succeed, in school from the early years through high school.
3010 W State Street Suite 104, Boise ID  83703

(208) 345-3344

Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health

Works to develop a coalition of groups and individuals to educate policy makers, professional organizations, legislators, educators, and the public about the needs of children with emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders and their families.
Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health
3173 North Cole Road
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: (208) 433-8845 
Toll Free: (800) 905-3436 
Email: info@idahofederation.org

ILLINOIS

Voices for Illinois Children

A statewide, non-profit, non-partisan group of child advocates who 
champion the full development of every child in
Illinois to assure the future well-being of the people of the state. We
work with families, communities and policy makers to ensure that all
children grow up healthy, nurtured, safe and well educated. 
info@voices4kids.org

Healthy Families Illinois

A program of the Illinois Department of Human Services
to prevent child abuse and neglect through home visits to families at risk.
The University of Illinois School of Social Work is the lead institution in a
collaboration that provides staff training and support of protecting and
insuring permanency for vulnerable children.
Veronica Coleman, 312-814-6835.

INDIANA

The Indiana Youth Institute

Promotes the healthy development of children and youth
by serving the institutions and people of Indiana
who work on their behalf. 
iyi@iyi.org

IOWA

Child & Family Policy Center

To better link research and policy on issues vital
to children and families.
info@cfpciowa.org or mcrawford@cfpciowa.org

KANSAS

Kansas Action for Children

Kansas Action for Children is a independent,
nonpartisan, citizen-based corporation founded in 1979. We work on behalf of all children to ensure that their physical and emotional needs are met.
 kac@kac.org

KENTUCKY

Cabinet for Families and Children

Provides human services for the citizens of Kentucky. The Cabinet’s services
include protection for vulnerable children and adults, child abuse investigations, foster care, adoptions, child support collections, cash assistance, food stamps, disability
determinations, and more.

LOUISIANA

Agenda for Children

P.O. Box 51837
New Orleans, LA 70151
Ph: 504-586-8509
Fax: 504-586-8522
E-mail: information@agendaforchildren.org
Judith Watts, President/CEO
Provides a clear, consistent, and informed voice on behalf of the needs of Louisiana ’s children and families.  Contact us at (504) 586-8509, or 1-800-486-1712 outside the New Orleans area.

MAINE

Maine's Children's Cabinet

Actively collaborate to create and promote coordinated policies
and service delivery systems that support children, families and communities.

Maine Children's Alliance

The mission of the Maine Children's Alliance is to be a
strong and powerful voice to improve the lives
of all Maine's children, youth, and families. 
303 State Street
Augusta, Maine 04330
(207)623-1868
mainekids@mekids.org

MARYLAND

Advocates for Children and Youth

34 Market Place, 5th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202-4034
410-547-9200
410-547-8690 (fax) 
director@acy.org 

Jann K. Jackson, Executive Director

Maryland Association of Resources for Families & Youth

P.O. Box 220
1517 South Ritchie Highway, Suite 102
Arnold, MD 21012
410-974-4901
410-757-9530 (fax)
jmccomb@erols.com

Jim McComb, Executive Director

MASSACHUSETTS

Citizens for Children

Citizens for Children (MCC) is a non-profit statewide child advocacy organization, whose mission is to improve the lives of the state's most vulnerable children through advocacy by concerned citizens.
jetta@masskids.org

MICHIGAN

The Michigan League for Human Services

The Michigan League for Human Services (MLHS) is a statewide citizens non-profit organization
dedicated to education, research and advocacy for the benefit of low income and other vulnerable
citizens in the state of Michigan.
LAWRENCE O. WELLS, Executive Assistant to the President, lwells@mlan.net

MINNESOTA

CHILDRENS DEFENSE FUND-MN

Children's Defense Fund - Minnesota (CDF-MN) was established in 1985 to improve the lives of Minnesota's children and their families and to provide a voice for the children of Minnesota who cannot vote, lobby, or speak for themselves.
Jim Koppel, Director, koppel@cdf-mn.org

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi Forum on Children and Families

737 North President
Jackson, MS 39202
Ph: 601-355-4911
Fax: 601-355-4813
E-mail: msforum@meta3.net
Jane Boykin, Executive Director

MISSOURI

Citizens for Missouri's Children

2717 Sutton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63143
Ph: 314-647-2003
Fax: 314-644-5437
E-mail: cmchild@mokids.org
Beth Griffin, Executive Director

Partnership for Children

4510 Belleview, Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64111
Ph: 816-531-9200
Fax: 816-531-8996
E-mail: infopfc@pfc.org
Janice S. Ellis, Ph.D., President

MONTANA

 

NATIVE AMERICAN

 

NEBRASKA

Voices for Children in Nebraska

7521 Main Street, Suite 103
Omaha, NE 68127
Ph: 402-597-3100
Fax: 402-597-2705
E-mail: voices@voicesforchildren.com
Kathy Bigsby Moore, Executive Director

NEVADA

The Children's Cabinet, Inc.

Coordinated delivery of human services that emphasize counseling, family intervention,
advocacy, and education. Reno, NV

The Children's Cabinet of Incline Village

a Nevada non-profit family resource center dedicated to improving the quality of life for
children and families on the north shore of Lake Tahoe through a community-wide
cooperative effort between public and private sectors.

Children's Advocacy Alliance

2245 N. Green Valley Parkway, #432
Henderson, NV 89014
Ph: 702-450-7450
Fax: 702-804-0739
E-mail: DonnaLColeman@aol.com
Donna L. Coleman, Board President

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Children's Alliance of New Hampshire

Two Greenwood Avenue
Concord, NH 03301
Ph: 603-225-2264
Fax: 603-225-8264
E-mail: info@Childrennh.org
Ellen J. Shemitz, President

NEW JERSEY

Association for Children of New Jersey

35 Halsey Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Ph: 973-643-3876
Fax: 973-643-9153
E-mail: czalkind@acnj.org
Cecilia Zalkind, Executive Director

NEW MEXICO

New Mexico Advocates for Children & Families

P.O. Box 26666
Albuquerque, NM 87125-6666
Ph: 505-244-9505
Fax: 505-244-9509
E-mail: nmacf@nm.net
Kay Monaco, Executive Director

NEW YORK

Citizens' Committee for Children of New York

105 East 22nd Street, 7th floor
New York, NY 10010
Ph: 212-673-1800
Fax: 212-979-5063
E-mail: info@kfny.org
Gail B. Nayowith, Executive Director

Statewide Youth Advocacy, Inc.

17 Elk Street, 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12207-1002
Ph: 518-436-8525
Fax: 518-427-6576
E-mail: sya@syanys.org
Elie Ward, Executive Director

Westchester Children's Association

175 Main Street, Suite 702
White Plains, NY 10601
Ph: 914-946-7676
Fax: 914-946-7677
E-mail: cgreenberg@wca4kids.org
Cora Greenberg, Executive Director

NORTH CAROLINA

The Council for Children

The Council for Children is the leading voice for children in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, passionately representing and protecting children, advocating for their needs and promoting their issues.
C4CChar@aol.com

North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute

311 East Edenton Street
Raleigh, NC 27601-1017
Ph: 919-834-6623
Fax: 919-829-7299
E-mail: nccai@ncchild.org
Jonathan P. Sher, President

NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota KIDS COUNT!**

State Data Center, IACC Bldg, Rm 424
North Dakota State University
P.O. Box 5636
Fargo, ND 58202
Ph: 701-231-7980
Fax: 701-231-9730
E-mail: richard.rathge@ndsu.nodak.edu
Dr. Rich Rathge and Ann Lochner, Co-Directors

N. MARIANAS ISLANDS

 

OHIO

Children's Defense Fund -- Ohio

52 East Lynn Street, Suite 400
Columbus, OH 43215-3551
Ph: 614-221-2244
Fax: 614-221-2247
E-mail: cdfohio@cdfohio.org
Eileen Cooper Reed, Executive Director

Coalition for Greater Cleveland's Children

11100 Euclid, Room 793
Cleveland, OH 44106
Ph: 216-844-3531
Fax: 216-844-5179
E-mail: melissa.saladonis@uhhs.com
Melissa E. Saladonis, Manager

OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy

420 NW 13th Street, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Ph: 405-236-KIDS
Fax: 405-236-5439
E-mail: info@oica.org
Anne Roberts, Executive Director

OREGON

Children First for Oregon

P.O. Box 14914
Portland, OR 97214
Ph: 503-236-9754
Fax: 503-236-3048
E-mail: office@cffo.org
Marie Hoeven, Executive Director

PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children

20 North Market Square, Suite 300
Harrisburg, PA 17101-1632
Ph: 717-236-5680
Fax: 717-257-2030
E-mail: info@papartnerships.org
Joan L. Benso, Executive Director

Pennsylvania Department of Education - Bureau of Special Education

Special Education in PA - ConsultLine
Division of Compliance Monitoring and Planning
333 Market Street, 7th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333  
ConsultLine: 1-800-879-2301

Parents Involved Network of Pennsylvania

Parents Involved Network of Pennsylvania (PIN) is an organization that assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with
emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN provides information, helps parents find services and will advocate on their behalf with
any of the public systems that serve children. These include the mental health system, education, and other state and local
child-serving agencies.
1211 Chestnut Street | Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-751-1800  or  800-688-4226
pin@pinofpa.org

Education Law Center

Provides advice and direct legal representation in all educational issues affecting children including special
education. Publishes a manual, Your Right to Special Education in Pennsylvania, which explains the special
education process (available in English or Spanish).
Email: elc@elc/pa.org,  215-238-6970 or 412-258-2120

Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (DRN)

A statewide, non–profit corporation designated as the federally–mandated organization to advance and protect the civil rights of adults and children with disabilities.  They provide legal advice, technical assistance, and information and referral related to special education and early intervention issues. Intake Department: please call 1-800-692-7443.

Philadelphia Citizens for Children & Youth

7 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Ph: 215-563-5848
Fax: 215-563-9442
E-mail: info@pccy.org
Shelly Yanoff, Executive Director

PA CASSP Training and Technical Assistance Institute

Our mission is to provide leadership and address the human resource needs in clinical best practice for serving children and adolescents with mental health needs and their families.
2001 North Front St., Building 1, Suite 316
Harrisburg, PA 17102
Phone: (717) 232-3125
 

ECELS-Healthy Childcare

Provides health professional consultation, training, and technical assistance to improve early childhood education programs in the Commonwealth. To carry out this work, the PA AAP links the resources of government, early childhood educators, and health professionals. 

Juvenile Law Center (JLC)

Ensures that the child welfare, juvenile justice and other public systems provide vulnerable children with the protection and services they need to become happy, healthy and productive adults.
Juvenile Law Center
The Philadelphia Building
1315 Walnut St, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 215-625-0551 or 1-800-875-8887 (in PA); Fax: 215-625-2808
Email: info@jlc.org

Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange

Pennsylvania Protection and Advocacy (PP & A)

Provides information and advocacy services. Publishes
informational material.
Email: ppakids@elc-pa.org,  800-692-7443

The Pennsylvania School Reform Network (PSRN)

Works to restore Pennsylvania's promise of an excellent education for each and every child.

PUERTO RICO

 

REP OF PALAU

 

RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island KIDS COUNT

1 Union Station
Providence, RI 02903
Ph: 401-351-9400
Fax: 401-351-1758
E-mail: rikids@rikidscount.org
Elizabeth Burke Bryant, Executive Director

Rhode Island Office of the Child Advocate

The Child Advocate's Office is a legal office that advocates for particular children whose legal, civil, and special rights in the DCYF system and/or Family Court proceedings are not being met.
Any comments/questions please email malmeida@doa.state.ri.us

SOUTH CAROLINA

Alliance for South Carolina's Children

P.O. Box 11644
Columbia, SC 29211
Ph: 803-256-4670
Fax: 803-256-8093
E-mail: info@scchildren.org
Walter E. Waddell, Executive Director

SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota Coalition for Children

P.O. Box 2246
Sioux Falls, SD 57101-2246
Ph: 605-367-9667
Fax: 605-366-9630
E-mail: srandall@sdcchildren.org
Susan M. Randall, Executive Director

South Dakota KIDS COUNT

Business Research Bureau
University of South Dakota
414 East Clark Street
Vermillion, SD 57069-2390
Ph: 605-677-5287
Fax: 605-677-5427 (fax)
E-mail: ccochran@usd.edu
Carole Cochran, Project Director

TENNESSEE

Black Children's Institute of Tennessee

301 Starboard Court
Nashville, TN 37217
Ph: 615-366-5530
Fax: 615-360-7843
E-mail: bcitn@nashville.com
Jaunita Veasy, Executive Director

TEXAS

CHILDREN AT RISK

2600 Southwest Freeway, #810
Houston, TX 77098
Ph: 713-869-7740
Fax: 713-869-3409
E-mail: bmccormick1@academicplanet.com
Barbara McCormick, President & CEO

Tarrant County Youth Collaboration

1201 W. Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Ph: 817-882-8005
Fax: 817-877-0874
E-mail: tcyc@tcyc4kids.org
Linda Ragsdale, Executive Director

Texans Care For Children

814 San Jacinto Boulevard, #301
Austin, TX 78701
Ph: 512-473-2274
Fax: 512-473-2707
E-mail: scraven@texanscareforchildren.org
Susan Craven, Executive Director

Vision for Children Center

210 Lewis Street
San Antonio, TX 78212
Ph: 210-737-0742
Fax: 210-226-9151
E-mail: ajgonzalesjr@hotmail.com
Arthur J. Gonzales, Jr., Executive Director

UTAH

Utah Children

757 East South Temple, Suite 250
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Ph: 801-364-1182
Fax: 801-364-1186
E-mail: uchild@utahchildren.net
Karen Crompton, Executive Director

VERMONT

Vermont Children's Forum

P.O. Box 261
Montpelier, VT 05601
Ph: 802-229-6377
Fax: 802-229-4929
E-mail: vtkids@childrensforum.org
Carlen Finn, Executive Director

VIRGINIA

The Action Alliance for Virginia's Children and Youth

701 East Franklin Street, Suite 807
Richmond, VA 23219
Ph: 804-649-0184
Fax: 804-649-0161
E-mail: actionalliance@vakids.org
Suzanne Clark Johnson, Executive Director

VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

WASHINGTON

The Children's Alliance

2017 E. Spruce Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Ph: 206-324-0340
Fax: 206-325-6291
E-mail: seattle@childrensalliance.org
Linda Stone, Interim Executive Director

WEST VIRGINIA

West Virginia KIDS COUNT Fund

1031 Quarrier Street, Suite 313
Charleston, WV 25301
Ph: 304-345-2101
Fax: 304-345-2102
staff@wvkidscountfund.org
Margie Hale, Executive Director

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Council on Children and Families

16 North Carroll Street, Suite 600
Madison, WI 53703
Ph: 608-284-0580
Fax: 608-284-0583
E-mail: aarnesen@facstaff.wisc.edu
Anne Arnesen, Executive Director

WYOMING

Wyoming Children's Action Alliance

2712 Thomes Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Ph: 307-635-2272
Fax: 307-635-2306
E-mail: kemmons@trib.com
Kathy Emmons, Executive Director

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