Kinship Care

All in-person clinics and services are temporarily on pause. Please call our general intake line for assistance.

Community Share 5Free legal information, advice and referrals, and when possible, pro bono representation, for low-income kinship caregivers in custody matters. A kinship caregiver is an individual that is caring for a child that is not biologically their own -- many are grandparents, aunts and uncles of the child. Call (315) 471-3409, email or visit our Family Court Clinic.

*If you need an ASL interpreter or an interpreter for any other language, you can email or call the program ahead of time so that we can schedule in in-person interpreter. We also always have telephone-based language interpretation available at all of our programs anytime.