Programs

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In recent years, MCLC has sponsored different programs designed to improve the quality of life for foster and juvenile justice children.

What to Do When Stopped by the Police

MCLC sponsors a series of programs titled “What to Do When Stopped by the Police.”  The goal is to enable law enforcement officials, prosecutors, and defense attorneys to engage with students and the community at large about what is and what is not the proper way to interact with police as well as help protect lives and safeguard everyone’s rights.

 

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Foster Parent Forums

 

Due to the critical shortage of licensed foster homes for children who have been abused and neglected, MCLC sponsors and holds informational forums at various locations in the Metropolitan Detroit Area. These forums are designed to provide information on the licensing process and interest individuals and couples in becoming foster parents.


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CD and Book Set

 

The CD, titled “Only One Childhood,” deals with several of the problems, which prevent too many children from having a safe, stable, nurturing and loving childhood. This CD was produced to make more people and institutions aware of the plight of these children and to encourage them to act.

 

The two sided book, “No One Letter is Better/Every Number Counts,” uses letters and numbers to encourage the acceptance and inclusion of all children. Both stories have an anti-bullying message.

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