Community Coordinated Child Care of Union County addresses the wide range of needs families face as they raise young children. CCCC works with parents, community, business, and government. CCCC helps parents find services to help them. The agency helps the early childhood centers and family child care providers by giving training and other help to improve their programs.
The American Friends Service Committee provides legal services, advocacy, and organizing in challenging immigration cases and also ensuring that immigrant voices in New Jersey and beyond are heard in policy debates.
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice provides direct legal representation to improve the lives of economically-disadvantaged adults, children, and families in to empowering them with tools, advice, and pro bono representation with the goal of securing fair and equal treatment within the legal system.
Legal Services of New Jersey coordinates the statewide Legal Services system, which provides free legal assistance to low-income residents of New Jersey for their civil legal problems. Through its work, LSNJ strives to secure substantive and procedural justice for those living in poverty.
The New Jersey Crime Victims’ Law Center provides pro bono legal assistance to crime victims, including direct representation in the criminal justice system; Amicus Curiae advocacy in all federal and state courts throughout the nation in issues affecting victims’ rights, informational and technical assistance to attorneys, service providers and legislators on crime victims’ rights laws, training, lecturing and consultation on victims’ rights and remedies in the criminal and civil justice systems, and direct representation of victims and assistance to attorneys in issues involving victim compensation.