Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps is a leader in child welfare and juvenile justice in Massachusetts. Every year, we help hundreds of children, youths, and their families deal successfully with behavioral and emotional issues at nearly a dozen facilities throughout the state. Our innovative and comprehensive programming, which includes residential treatment, educational services, community-based services, and therapeutic support, helps the children we serve grow into healthy and productive members of their communities. We bring compassion and creativity to all we do and provide a stable and nurturing environment in which children heal, learn, grow, and succeed.
Our FY15 Annual Report is now available!
To read our inspiring stories of hope, as we thank all those who have supported our work throughout the year, click here.
We witness transformations others deem impossible. Erin, Julia, Dominic, Himairy, and Shayne are just a few examples of the success stories made possible with help from talented, caring, and committed staff, and our generous supporters. To hear their stories, click here.
Bright Futures Adoption Center, a program of Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps, Inc., is a licensed, non-profit, domestic Massachusetts adoption agency with two programs:
Infant Adoption Program — Placing infants born in the United States
Adoption and Permanency Program — Finding “forever families” for children of all ages currently waiting in the Massachusetts foster care system.
To learn more, click here.
The Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice, led by Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps, provides consultation, technical assistance, and training to youth-serving systems nationally to improve system performance and outcomes for youth involved with the juvenile justice system. The RFK National Resource Center focuses primarily on youth with prior or current involvement in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, known as dual status youth, the review and improvement of juvenile probation systems, and the use of a model framework to address the state and national laws and policies governing the exchange and sharing of data, information, and records for youth and families. To learn more, visit www.rfknrcjj.org.