Monitoring COVID-19 Impact on Marginalized Children and Youth
During this unprecedented worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) is continuing to advance justice by protecting the rights of children and youth and ensuring the public systems impacting their lives provide the supports they need to realize their full potential.
We are closely monitoring COVID-19-related developments and assessing their impact on particularly marginalized children and youth, including those in foster care, impacted by the juvenile justice system, experiencing homelessness, living with disabilities, in immigration detention and / or who are financially insecure and underserved.
This page provides quick links to statements and analysis from NCYL, as well as resources we think helpful. We will regularly update this page.
- Statement on U.S. Departartment of Education COVID-19 Guidance
- Response to the $2 Trillion COVID-19 Stimulus Package
- Getting Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare During COVID-19: A Guide for Young People in CA Foster Care