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ACLPI Obtains Settlement to Improve Services for Arizona’s Children in Foster Care

ACLPI Obtains Settlement to Improve Services for Arizona’s Children in Foster Care

After six years of fighting on behalf of Arizona’s children in foster care, a federal judge granted final approval of a class-action settlement that will improve the lives of Arizona’s foster children.  The settlement requires significant improvements in… Read More

Your Support is Needed More Than Ever

We are reaching out to remind you that your donations enable us to keep fighting behalf of Arizona’s most vulnerable and underrepresented communities, even during a pandemic.

These tumultuous times call for us to come together and support the nonprofits that help our communities thrive. We are reaching out to remind you that your donations enable us to keep fighting behalf of Arizona’s most vulnerable… Read More

Free Private Screening of They Have Names Documentary, Hosted by ACLPI

Join the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest for a free private screening of They Have Names, a full-length documentary by The Arizona Republic, Dec. 18 at The Nash, 110 E. Roosevelt Street in Phoenix. Doors open at 6:30… Read More

ACLPI Achieves Successful Ruling on Behalf of Medicaid-Eligible Children in Arizona’s Foster Care System

ACLPI Achieves Successful Ruling on Behalf of Medicaid-Eligible Children in Arizona’s Foster Care System

The Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest is part of a legal team representing all of Arizona’s foster children. Our legal team secured a favorable and important ruling on behalf of Medicaid-eligible children in Arizona’s foster… Read More

Ninth Circuit Allows Foster Care Case to Go Forward as Class Action

On April 26, 2019, the Center and our co-counsel won a significant victory in our battle to improve foster care when the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a class action lawsuit on behalf of all Arizona… Read More

Court Certifies Class in Foster Care Litigation

U. S. District Court Judge Roslyn Silver granted class-action status in the litigation that the Center filed 2 ½ years ago against the state, on behalf of a number of foster children.