University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "R.C. v. Wally"
Date Jan 16, 2007
Author National Center for Youth Law
External Link https://youthlaw.org/case/r-c-v-wally/
Abstract This case challenged the failure of the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) to preserve the families of and provide treatment to children with emotional or behavior disorders. Plaintiffs alleged that the state agency failed (1) to provide plaintiffs and their families with in-home supports and other services needed to preserve family unity; and (2) to provide plaintiffs with appropriate care, treatment, and services after removal from home. Plaintiffs asserted that DHR violated their constitutional rights to family integrity, proper care while in state custody, adequate mental health care, reasonable efforts toward reunification, and freedom from discrimination on the basis of their disabilities in violation of ยง 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Source National Center for Youth Law


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case R.C. v. Hornsby (CW-AL-0001)

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