Center for Families, Children and the Courts for the Judicial Council of California


Seeks to maximize the effectiveness of court services for children and families. Also, increases public access and implements innovative court-related programs for children and families.
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Primary geographic focus: California
Organization type(s): Court
Tags: Children & Juvenile, Courts, Family, Pro Se/Self-Help

The Center for Families, Children & the Courts (CFCC) merged the Judicial Council’s Statewide Office of Family Court Services and the Center for Children and the Courts. The primary purpose of CFCC is to maximize the effectiveness of court services for children and families. CFCC also increases public access, implements innovative court-related programs for children and families, and promotes those services in the legal community and to the public. CFCC works closely with the Judicial Council Family and Juvenile Law Advisory Committee.



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February 1, 2015
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