There are two levels of CLC membership; organizations can join as full members, or allied partners.
1. Full members join with their colleagues in making decisions about policy and strategy for CLC. Full members must have the wellbeing of children as a primary goal or one of their primary goal AND be a national or mulit-state organization. Full members are asked to pay dues, the dues structure can be found here.
2. To join the CLC as an allied partner, the applicant may be a national organization with the well being of children as a goal (although not a primary goal) OR be state or local organization with the well being of children as a primary goal. Allied partners join in the conversation but do not participate in decisions or vote for officers.
All CLC members and allied partners must agree with the CLC Mission and Operating Agreements found here.
Becoming a Member: