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Juvenile Rights
Youth, Rights & Justice
Youth, Rights & Justice, formerly the Juvenile Rights Project, Inc., is an Oregon non-profit corporation founded for the purpose of providing high quality legal services to children and families, without the means to retain counsel, through individual representation in juvenile proceedings, and through class-wide advocacy in the courts and legislature.
For more information, visit the Youth, Rights & Justice website.

Court Appointed Advocates
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children is a not-for-profit organization, funded largely by private contributions, foundation grants, and some state and county funding dedicated to recruiting, training and supporting citizen volunteers in order to provide quality advocacy to children.
For more information, visit the CASA website.

Disability Rights Oregon
Disability Rights Oregon (DRO), formerly the Oregon Advocacy Center, is an independent non-profit organization which provides legal advocacy services for people with disabilities anywhere in Oregon. DRO is designated under federal law as the protection and advocacy system for Oregon, but it is not a part of the state or federal government. DROhas attorneys and advocates who assist people with disabilities.
For more information, visit the Disabilitiy Rights Oregon website.

Juvenile Rights Handbook
“Youth Faces the Law:  A Juvenile Rights Handbook” (2008) published by the Pro Bono Committee of the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.