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Note: No help resources are known for American Samoa, District of Columbia, Guam, Hawaii, Northern Marianas Islands, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands. Submittal of known resources to including address and URL would be very welcome for these states and territories, as well as additional resources for any of the other United States and territories.


Call 911 or contact your local law enforcement for medical emergencies or if there is a risk or a danger to yourself, a child or another person.
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Alabama Coalition for Fathers and Children
Alabama Family Rights Association
We The People




Boys Project — Helping boys become successful men.
Forensic Solutions. LLC — Specialize in criminal profiling, forensic science, crime reconstruction, and expert testimony.

P.O. Box 2175

Sitka, Alaska 99835

Telephone: (907) 747-5121

Cell: (907) 738-5121

Facsimile: (800) 641-2839





Alliance Defense Fund
Arizona Fathers and Families Coalition
Arizona Father's Rights — Meetings first Tuesday of each month,7:00 - 10:00 PM, in Mesa, AZ. See web site for details of next meeting.
Ask The Internet Therapist

Jef Gazley M.S. P.C.

1553 W. Todd Drive #103

Tempe, Arizona 85283

Telephone: (480) 775-6423

Facsimile: (480) 775-6425


6540 E. Kelton Lane

Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

Telephone: (800) 881-7693

Facsimile: (480) 998-1058

Corrupt Arizona Courts
CPS Child Kidnapping In Arizona — Video with Zed McLarnon investigating.
Desert Light Journal
Fathers & Families Coalition, Inc.

39 East Jackson

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Telephone: (602) 495-8845 or toll free (800) 603-9309

Facsimile: (602) 252-3598

Father Matters

P.O. Box 13575

Tempe, AZ 85284

Telephone: (888) 648-0718 Ext. 0

How2Enterprises — Parenting time enforcement software and self-representation video tapes.

PO Box 696

Lukeville, Arizona 85341

Telephone: 011 52 638 382 0214 (in Mexico)

National Coalition of Free Men — Arizona chapter

10869 North Scottsdale Road

Suite 103 - PMB 147

Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Telephone: (602) 703-4562




Our House — Shelter for both single, homeless individual men and women and families with children.

302 E. Roosevelt Road

Little Rock, AR 72206

Telephone: (501) 374-7383

Facsimile: (501) 374-9611




Abused Men's Area
Acadia Malibu — Drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

30765 Pacific Coast Highway

Malibu, CA 90265

Telephone: (888) 478-5705


Accused — Organized in 1979 to help those falsely accused of child molestation, rape, shaken baby syndrome, Internet police stings, physical abuse of children, and spousal abuse.

Office locations: San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, and Walnut Creek

Appointments Secretary: (877) 316-1777 (toll free)

Facsimile: (888) 802-5089


Alliance For Children Concerned About Move-Aways — Believes that children's need for frequent and meaningful contact with both parents after a divorce is paramount.

ACCAMA in the media

American Retirees Association — Deals with the impact of the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA) (10 U.S.C. 1408 et seq.).

PO Box 2333

Redlands, CA 92373-0781

Telephone: (909) 557-0107 or ARA “Action Line” (703) 527-3065

Facsimile: (909) 335-2711


Amicus briefs
Art of Cliff Carson

The silliest restraining order — A year in Beverly Hell 90211. Documentary short based on case no. SS011034 Santa Monica Municipal Court.

A Tale Of Two Domestic Violence Restraining Orders (YouTube) — Signed for the deaf
Busted Films — Wacko ex on film. Recommended.
California Alliance For Families And Children — Sponsored an historic conference in February 2008 From Ideology to Inclusion: Evidence-Based Policy and Intervention in Domestic Violence.
Californians Against Jessica's Law


California Commonwealth — Restoring representation in government.
California Men's Center — San Diego

Female sex offenders and pedophiles

932 C Street, Suite B

San Diego, CA 92101

Telephone: (619) 231-1909

California Parents United, Inc.

24 Oak Creek Road

El Sobrante, California 94803-3506

Calling 'Em As I See 'Em — Dr. Mark Klein, board certified psychiatrist in Oakland concerned about the collapse of families.
Capitol Resource Institute — Supporting and defending California families since 1987.
Child Support Liberation

Telephone: (800) 265-4280 (toll-free) or (909) 608-0466


Coalition of Parent Support (COPS) — A state-wide political organization for those who believe that children do best when they have a healthy relationship with both their mother and their father. They advocate joint custody and shared parenting after divorce, reasonable levels of child support, and individual responsibility.
CoMamas — Headquartered in San Diego.

Stepwives: (n) pl (1) ex-wife and current wife to the same man, mother and stepmother to the same children; (2) women destined to battle for the love and control of their families... until now!

CoMamas: (n) pl (1) Stepwives who have learned to get along for the sake of the children...from now on.

Community Veterans Project — Utilizing the skills of first responders to try and intervene in the cycle of self-destruction of many veterans suffering from PTSD and/or TBI.

PO Box 60351

Palo Alto, CA 94306

Telephone: (650) 233-0400


DadMom — A manual for single parents who want to do it right.
Defend Our Freedoms Foundation — Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., born in the former Soviet Union and now defending the rights and freedoms that exist for United States citizens.

How to defend our freedoms, grand juries

Divorce and lawyers — Information, planning and alternatives.
Econo DNA Testing — AABB accredited paternity testing service.

6122 Nancy Ridge Drive

San Diego, CA 92121

Telephone: (858) 228-3307 or (877) 551-0307 (toll free)

Facsimile: (858) 623-0842

Equal Justice Society — Advancing social and racial justice through law and public policy, communications and the arts, and alliance building.

220 Sansome Street, 14 th Floor

San Francisco, California 94104

Telephone: (415) 288-8700

Facsimile: (415) 288-8787

Fair Political Practices Commission
Family Injustice — Sacramento area

Does family court cause domestic violence?

Facts about marriage the Governor of California doesn't want you to know.

Legal definition of domestic violence in California.

Family Interventions Project — Northern California
Family Violence Treatment and Education Association — Greater Bay area, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, and San Francisco counties.


Fatherhood Coalition — Santa Barbara, California group headed by Dr. Aaron Knipis.
Father Matters

California Central Valley Chapter

2326 S. Airport Way

Stockton, CA 95206

(209) 444-5515

Father's Resource Center — Encinitas, San Diego County

Telephone (760) 634-3237


Fathers Rights Advocate — Helping men and their children protect themselves.
Financial Rape Of Lawrence Carter Agee, M.D., J.D.
Ford Private Investigations

211 South State College Boulevard, Suite 343

Anaheim, CA 92806

Telephone: (714) 776-6504 or (714) 262-0394

Facsimile: (714) 422-0298


Foundation of Family Values — Campbell, CA
Ground Zero Services of Long Beach — Promoting the preservation, protection, and prosperity of families.

Contact James Untershine —

JAIL 4 Judges — The California judicial accountability initiative law.
Junk Justice — One man's story of corruption in the California courts.
Kid Culture In The Schools — Creating gender-friendly schools.

P.O. Box 2571

Petaluma, CA 94953

Telephone: (707) 763-5770

Facsimile: (707) 763-5997

Kool Living Recovery Center — Addiction and substance abuse recovery programs. Facilities in Capistrano Beach, San Clemente, and Winnetka.

A quiet epidemic — Substance abuse among nurses.

Parent's guide — Preventing college alcohol and drug abuse.

Lawdragon Inc. — Rates judges and lawyers.

600 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 800

Los Angeles, CA 90017

Telephone: (213) 223-2420

Facsimile: (213) 223-2439

Laws Today
Legal Ethics Legislation For Attorney Misconduct
Legends Father's Rights Legal Aid Society

Terence Moore

3600 Penn. Ave. #50

Fremont, CA 94536


Men Against Discrimination (MAD) Men United
Men Against Discrimination United (
MensBiz — T-shirts in defense of men
Men's Center of Los Angeles
Men Enabling New Solutions — Sacramento
Men's Rights, Inc.

P.O. Box 163180

Sacramento, CA 95816

Telephone: (916) 484-7333

Michael — Site is dedicated to the struggles a father has had with the California CPS system and his fight to regain custody of his daughter.

P.O. Box 861,

Thousand Palms, CA 92276

Telephone: (760) 861-8372


Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs — No man fights alone. Help for veterans with PTSD.

Chapters in Oceanside, CA and Magnolia, TX

National Coalition of Free Men,

Statistics on gender and domestic violence

632 C Street, Suite B

San Diego, CA 92101

Telephone: (619) 231-1909

National Coalition of Free Men — Northern California chapter.
No Divorces — Divorce prevention, wedding preparation, marriage restoration.
Oceanfront Recovery — Individualized treatment for alcohol and drug addiction in Orange County

920 Glenneyre, Suite T

Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Telephone: (877) 279-1777

Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center

Domestic violence resources

Orange County Rescue Mission — Feed., clothe., shelter, heal, empower for men, women, families, and veterans.

One Hope Drive

Tustin, CA 92782

Telephone: (714) 247-4300 or (800) 663-3074

Facsimile: (714) 258-4451

Orange County Veteran Study — The State of the American Veteran
Parental Action League — Dedicated to protecting the rights of parents.

1600 Amphitheatre Parkway

Mountain View, CA 94043

Telephone: (650) 253-0000

Facsimile: (650) 253-0001

Parents United Chapter of Orange County California — Has many other chapters in California, other states and countries.

P.O.Box 1543,

Tustin, California 92680

Voice mail: (714) 460-4206


PaternityFraudDNA — Located in San Diego, California

Conversation with unnamed heroes

Telephone: (858) 779-9645, (619) 231-1909, or toll free (888) 676-4424


Promises — Residential treatment centers in west Los Angeles and Malibu for alcohol and addiction problems.

Telephone: (866) 390-2340

Rebuilding America's Warriors (RAW) — Provides free reconstructive surgery to recently wounded and disfigured veteran warriors.

P.O. Box 1931,

Rancho Mirage CA 92270.

Telephone: (760) 568-4039

Facsimile: (760) 340-2687


Robert D. Jones Investigations — private investigators.
Sacramento Family Court News and Blog — Telling it like it is in family court.
Sandra Orozco — Stapleton Foundation
San Diego Men's Center — Need help? Call 1-888-7HELPLINE for abused men.
Shared Parenting Works
Stop Prisoner Rape (SPR) — SPR seeks to end sexual violence committed against men, women, and youth in all forms of detention.

3325 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 340

Los Angeles, CA 90010

Phone: (213) 384-1400

Facsimile: (213) 384-1411


Stop Restraining Order Abuse
Stop Workplace Bullying
Survivors In Action — Working to stop cyberstalking.
Thomas Scoville

Borderlands — His marriage to a borderline personality.

Twisted Badge — A look behind the badge at politics, misconduct, law, racial profiling, political corruption, cops, and the LAPD.
Unmarried Couples And The Law — Palimony, domestic partners, and cohabitation information by Jared Laskin, Esq.
Valley Oasis Family Violence Shelter — Located in Lancaster. This is one of the extremely few shelters in the entire US that offers help to victims without discriminating based on sex.

Telephone: (661) 945-5509

24-hour crisis line number: (661) 945-6736

Veterans And Families
Victims Of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL)

930 G Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

Violence Elimination As A Skill That Can Be Learned

Steve and Sally Miller

Sacramento, California

Telephone: (916) 736-3300 (Call between 8 AM and 8 PM PST or PDT)


Women Against the Registry (WAR) — Virtually any sex now can land you on the sex offender registry.




Accessibility Store — Products for your special mobility, low vision & hearing needs.

729 South Tejon Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 219-8182 or toll free (877) 571-8182

African American Voice — The voice of African-Americans in Colorado.
Alienated Parents Association — supports frequent and continuing relationships between children and parents and other family members as a fundamental human right. Prisoners for Alienated Parents Association recognizes imprisoned-parents, especially African-American fathers, as among the most alienated of parents.

PMB 1630 A

30 th Street #395

Boulder, Colorado 80301

Telephone: (303) 449-6774

Facsimile: (303) 541-0977


All Free Records — Help finding public records.
Amblicab Transit — Reliable transportation for people with disabilities.

1352 North Academy Blvd.

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Telephone: (719) 633-4677

Facsimile: (719) 633-0845


Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 AM to 5 PM except holidays

ADA ID number required, Cost (September 2012) $3.50

American Family Advocacy Center — Deals with allegations of child abuse or neglect.
American Homecomings — Joint project between the Denver Post and Digital First Media to chronicle lives of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, and offer news and information about support services and a place to share photos and memories.
Arapahoe House — Substance abuse treatment with many locations in metro Denver area.
Arms of An Angel — Home health care for the elderly and disabled.

835 East Platte Avenue, Suite 1

Colorado Springs, CO

Telephone: (719) 645-8888

Facsimile: (719) 362-4465

Note that their web site may not work with older browsers.

Aspen Pointe — Colorado Springs and surrounding area.

Crisis Stabilization Unit — 24/7 for anyone in crisis or in need of immediate assistance.

115 South Parkside Drive,

Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Telephone: (844) 493-8255

Assisted Living Directory — Information about assisted living facilities and other relevant senior & long term care in Colorado.
Attorney Hall of Shame — Sponsored by Advocates for Divorced Parents and details problems with David Littman, Esq. in Denver.
Autism Society of Colorado
Boulder Courts Exposed
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless — 160 beds

4869 North Broadway

Boulder, CO 80304-0523

Telephone: (303) 442-4646

Facsimile: (720) 565-3624

Brain Injury Association of Colorado
Cadence Associates

PO Box 1628

Englewood, CO 80150

Telephone: (800) 396-6680


Canine Partners of the Rockies — Places service dogs with those with mobility-limiting disabilities.

P.O. Box 460214

Denver, CO 80246

Telephone: (303) 364-9040


Catholic Charities — Provide short-term transitional housing for men, women, and families who are homeless, and emergency overnight shelter of men when all shelter beds are full.

Colorado Springs/Marian House — Feed 600+ people most days.

228 North Cascade Ave.

Telephone: (719) 636-2345


Metro Denver/Samaritan House

Emergency services

Northern Colorado (Greeley, Fort Collins)

Guadalupe Community Shelter and Homeless Center — 60 beds

1442 N. Eleventh Ave.


Center for Rights of Parents with Disabilities — Combating discrimination that impacts disabled parents.

P.O. Box 756

Windsor, CO 80550

Telephone: (720) 363-1131 (Denver office) or (970) 460-6765 (Windsor office)

Facsimile: (970) 818-9295


Center On Fathering — Run by El Paso County Department of Human Services.
CHARG Resource Center — Helping the mentally ill help themselves.


Drop-In Center: 920 Emerson St.

Denver, CO 80218

Telephone: (303) 830-2130

Child Care Connections — Child care and referral agency for El Paso and Teller counties.

125 N Parkside Drive, Suite 202

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Telephone: (719) 638-2070


Facsimile: (719) 638-2059

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Closed on all Federal Holidays)

Child Protection Ombudsman — Independent organization that investigates complaints and grievances about child protection services, and seeks and recommends system improvements.

Anschutz Medical Campus

13123 E. 16 th Avenue

Aurora, CO 80045

Telephone: (303) 864-5321



Clean Up The Courts — Require judges seeking retention to have two-thirds of the voters say yes.
Clear The Bench Colorado — Returning accountability to our judicial system by removing four (now three) Supreme Count justices. — Comprehensive source for Colorado court records.
Colorado Alliance For Immigration Reform (CAIR)
Colorado Appeals Blog — Rulings and opinions of Colorado's appellate courts.
Colorado Children — Help save our children
Colorado Civil Rights Council — Noncustodial parent class action federal law suit.
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Administrative Offices:

2111 Champa St.

Denver, CO 80205

Telephone: (303) 293-2217


Stout Street Clinic:

2100 Broadway

Denver, CO 80205

Telephone: (303) 293-2220

Colorado Criminal Defense Bar

General legal resources

Income based sliding scale representation — If you don't quality for a public defender and can't afford another attorney.

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (CCJRC)

Take Care Health Matters — For justice involved people and agencies

1212 Mariposa Street #6

Denver, CO 80204

Telephone: (303) 825-0122

Facsimile: (303) 825-0304


Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition — A great many abused men and women are disabled or develop disabilities in response to the injustices and abuse they are subjected to. This volunteer group might be able to help or steer you in the right direction.

1385 South Colorado Boulevard, Building A, Suite 610

Denver, CO 80222

Telephone: (303) 839-1775

Colorado CURE — An effort to reduce crime through criminal justice reform.
Colorado Ethics Watch — Uses high impact legal actions to hold public officials and organizations accountable for unethical activities that undermine integrity of state and local government.

1630 Welton Street, Suite 415

Denver, CO 80202

Telephone: (303) 626-2100


Colorado Family Action
Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition — The voice for open government in Colorado.

Suite 912, 1120 Lincoln St

Denver, CO 80203

Telephone: (303) 623-7070

Colorado Freedom Report
Colorado Innocence Project — A group of criminal defense attorneys attempting to free those falsely accused and convicted.

P.O. Box 2909

Denver, CO 80201

Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy — Teaches massage therapy and provides free massages and acupuncture for veterans, active duty military, and families.

Accupuncture: Wednesday 2 to 4 PM (no appointment needed)

1490 West Fillmore

Colorado Springs, CO

Telephone: (719) 634-7347

Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans — Help for veterans obtaining medical care, disability benefits, reemployment rights, consumer, housing, criminal and family law matters, and legal counsel.
Colorado Marriage Project — Fights divorce by providing resources and information regarding marriage mentoring, premarital counseling and community marriage standards.
Colorado Neurological Institute — Treatment of conditions such as brain and spinal tumors, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, hearing loss, movement disorders, traumatic brain injury and other disorders.
Colorado Rehab Centers and Addiction Resources
Colorado Springs Young Marines
Colorado Springs Vet Center

602 South Nevada Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 471-9992 or (877) 927-8387

Facsimile: (719) 632-7571

Colorado State statutes, court rules, etc.
Colorado State Veterans Nursing Homes — Provides short-term rehabilitation and long-term care for veterans, spouses, and Gold-Star Parents.

Aurora — Fitzsimmons Telephone: (720) 857-6400

Florence — Bruce McCandless Telephone: (719) 784-6331

Monte Vista — Homelake Telephone: (719) 852-5118

Rifle — Western Slope Telephone: (70) 625-0842

Colorado Telemarketing No Call list — Adding your name to this list prohibits telemarketers from contacting you.
Colorado Tenth Amendment Center — The powers not delegated...
Colorado Vet Centers — Readjustment counseling.
Colorado Veterans Health and Wellness Agency — Mental health counseling services at no cost to the veteran.

Contact: Duane France, MA, NCC, LPCc

1330 Quail Lake Loop

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Telephone: (800) 273-8255 ext. 1


Colorado Veterans Project — Hosts special events to raise awareness and funds for veterans and veterans organizations.
Colorado Veterans Resource Coalition — Provides assistance to military veterans in cooperation with local and federal organizations.

Crawford House — Help for homeless and disabled veterans in Colorado Springs.

415 S. Weber Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 227-0090

Combat Vets Helping Combat Vets — Confidential counseling and family therapy for military veterans and their families.

4433 Mt. Harvard. Street

Brighton, CO 80601

Telephone: (719) 582-8428

Comitis Crisis Center — emergency family housing, shelter for homeless female veterans and their children, mental health and substance abuse treatment

2178 Victor Street

Aurora, Colorado 80045

Telephone: (303) 341-9160

24-hour crisis line: (303) 343-9890

Committee For Judicial Justice
Common Sense for Colorado
Connecting Colorado — Connects employers with job seekers and veterans.
CSI Consulting and Investigations — Assisting victims of American immigration fraud, notably VAWA victims of marriage fraud.

57181 East 24 th Avenue

Strasburg, Colorado 80136

Telephone: (303) 622-4077


Deed Monkey

Beneficiary deeds

Living wills

Quitclaim deeds

Dental Aid, Inc. — Provides affordable, quality, comprehensive dental care for low-income,  children and adults in Boulder and Broomfield counties.

1285 Centaur Village Drive, Suite 200

Lafayette, CO 80026

Telephone: (720) 287-2614

Denver Bar Association — Match Program for those who don't qualify for a public defender but lack the means to pay normal rates for an attorney. Fees are negotiable but participating attorneys typically reduce their fees by ~50% for those who qualify. Available only to those individuals who earn less than $23,200 plus $3,200 per dependent per year.

1900 Grant Street, Suite 950

Denver, CO 80203-4336

(303) 860-1115

Denver Indian Family Resource Center — Assists families with child welfare system. Where families have already been destroyed by CPS they advocate for family reunification following the standards of the Indian Child Welfare Act.

393 S. Harlan, Suite 100

Lakewood, CO 80226

Telephone: (303) 871-8035

Facsimile: (720) 884-0850

Denver Indian Family Health and Resource Center

1633 Fillmore Street, Suite GL1

Denver, CO 80206

Telephone: (303) 781-4050

Facsimile: (303) 781-4333

Denver Options
Denver Rescue Mission

Clinic — Volunteer providers offer medical, dental, optical, chiropractic, and referral services to the needy.

Food — Lawrence Street facility, Harvest Farm, and Champa House provide a breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal everyday of the year.

Shelter — Lawrence Street (DRML), 200 beds and 100 overflow cots for homeless men

PO Box 5206

Denver, CO 80217

Telephone: (303) 313-2400

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance — Colorado Springs

825 E. Pikes Peak, Suite 301

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 477-1515

Desert Waters — Correctional outreach for the well-being of correctional staff and their families.

P.O. Box 355

Florence, CO 81226

Telephone: (719) 784-4727

Corrections ventline: (866) 968-8368 toll free



Desert Waters Correctional Outreach

Women In Corrections

Designated Drivers of Colorado Springs — If you have too much to drink they will drive you and your car home for free.

Telephone: (719) 650-3450

Hours: Thursday-Saturday 10 PM to 3 AM

Ecumenical Social Ministries — Provides emergency services to individuals and families including food, medicine, housing, job placement, educational programs, and spiritual encouragements.

201 North Weber Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 636-1916

Facsimile: (719) 636-3452

Ekeholm and Associates — Licensed private investigators.

P.O. Box 4561

Breckenridge, CO 80424

Telephone: (877) 219-0732


Epimethian Press & Distribution — Promotes direct educational opportunities for incarcerated people. Fosters social change by educating the public about the criminal justice system.

P.O. Box 2143

Colorado Springs, CO 80901

Telephone: (719) 475-8059

Facsimile: (719) 475-0530


Equal Justice Foundation — The Foundation that provides and maintains this information. Follow us on Facebook as well.

Basic Voting Principle — Fundamental requirements for an honest election.

Colorado Judges — Citizen's Review

Court Watcher and Child Protective Service Evaluation Form

Domestic Violence Against Men — DadsDivorceLive interview

Domestic Violence — The Facts

Emerson case — A preeminent Second Amendment case.

Help Keep A Veteran Out Of Jail — Funds needed to complete analysis of 5 years of veteran arrest data and integrate arrest data with court outcomes in order to develop more effective interventions than current “catch, convict, and release” practice that destroys so many veteran's lives.

Laura Kriho case — Woman was convicted of a felony for voting her conscience during jury deliberations.

Protection Orders — The Facts

Violence and Veteran Courts — Why the current practice of “catch, convict, and release” doesn't work for combat veterans and endangers public safety.

War Against Veterans — Why a special court is needed

Ethics Watch — Using high impact legal actions to hold public officials and organizations accountable for unethical activities that undermine the integrity of state and local government.
False Accusations Encouraged By DVERT In Colorado Springs.
Families First

P.O. Box 22419

Denver, Colorado 80222-0419

Telephone: (303) 745-0327

Facsimile: (303) 745-0115

Family Support Line: (303) 695-7996 or toll-free within Colorado (877) 695-7996


Families For Constitutional Rights — Weld County group fighting abuses of the child “protection” system.
Family Medical Clinics — Provides medical- and health-care to underserved people in the Pikes Peak region without discrimination.
Father Diary — Provides a secure online diary system with a time stamp feature that creates the record you need to have credibility in court and with everyone else involved.

1302 W Pikes Peak Ave

Colorado Springs, CO 80904-4045


Fatherhood Foundation

103 South Wahsatch, Suite 102

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 473-3237

Facsimile: (719) 473-3280


Fathers Rights for Colorado
Global Compassion — Providing educational assistance for children in need.

PO Box 5564

Colorado Springs, CO 80931

Telephone: (719) 964-4945


FISH of Broomfield — Provides emergency food, housing, and utility assistance, as well as transportation for Broomfield residents with no options or no job.

26 Garden Center, Suite 1

Broomfield, CO 80020

Telephone: (303) 465-1600


Glass Ballot Box — Promoting transparency in Colorado elections.
GoVoteColorado — Register to vote, change your voter information, etc.
Greccio Housing — Stable, safe, supportive low-cost housing.

1808 W. Colorado Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Telephone: (719) 475-1422

Facsimile: (719) 578-0030

Half-a-Chance — Help and support for abused men in Longmont/Boulder County area.

Telephone: (303) 588-2233

Harbor House — Finding solutions for homelessness and addiction in Colorado Springs

Clinic — Recovery from substance abuse.

606 South Tejon Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 473-5557

Facsimile: (719) 473-6442

Haven House — Free peer-to-peer counseling for people with mental illness.

111 N Walnut Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80905-1411

Telephone: (719) 578-1181

Haven Warrior Support Center — Programs for military personnel and families.with specialists for health care issues from military trauma.

1330 Quail Lake Loop Suite 240

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Telephone: (719) 640-5445

Facsimile: (719) 355-1789

Help Keep A Veteran Out Of Jail — Funds needed to complete analysis of 5 years of veteran arrest data and integrate arrest data with court outcomes in order to develop more effective interventions than current “catch, convict, and release” practice that destroys so many veteran's lives.
Highlands Behavioral Health System — Treatment for most common psychiatric disorders.

8565 S. Poplar Way

Littleton, Colorado 80130

Telephone: (720) 348-2800

Home Front Cares — Provides support for Colorado's military families of all services who have been impacted by deployment in harm's way.

1120 N. Circle, Suite 7

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Telephone: (719) 434-1501

Homeward Pikes Peak — A place to recover and find housing.

Housing First

Harbor House Clinic

Harbor House

Housing First — Specializes in helping those with mental illness and chronic homelessness.

421 South Tejon Street, Suite 112

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 375-8794

Facsimile: (719) 375-8971

Independence Center — Empowering people with disabilities.

Accessibility Store — Products for your special mobility, low vision & hearing needs.

729 South Tejon Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 471-8181

Video Phone: (719) 358-2513

Facsimile: (719) 471-7829

Inner City Health Center — Denver-based health care assistance
Judicial Justice — Home of judicial justice for Larimer County.
Jury Rights Project — Committed to preserving and enhancing the rights of jurors to be the voice of the community without fear of retribution.

P.O. Box 729

Nederland, CO 80466

Telephone: (303) 448-5640

Kick Them All Out Project — Imposing our undeniable will on the government through the power of our votes!

P.O. Box 1086

Crestone, CO 81131


La Puente — Homeless shelter in the San Luis Valley. Helps veterans, men, women, and families.

911 State Ave

P.O. Box 1235

Alamosa, CO 81101

Telephone: (719) 589-5909


Law Week Online — Premier news source for lawyers, general counsel and judges
Larimer County Corruption Report — Exposing the criminality in Larimer County Justice System and connecting with other victims of that corrupt system.
Liberty Tracker — Attempts to cover legislation, legislators, and activist activities surrounding the Colorado legislature,
Life Quest Transitions — Helping veterans reintegrate into civilian life.

625 Omaha Blvd.

Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80915

Telephone: (719) 596-9929

Limit The Judges
Marriage Project — The Colorado Marriage Project fights divorce by providing resources and information regarding marriage mentoring, premarital counseling and community marriage standards.
Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of the Rockies (MMAPR) — Making alternative treatment affordable. Help for those of limited means to get the medicine they need.

P.O. Box 40878

Denver, CO 80204

Telephone: 303-386-4001


Men of Valor — For faithful fathers. and mothers raising their children together.

Steven W. Newell, M.D.

9492 E. Aspen Hill Place

Littleton, CO 80124

Telephone: (720) 635-5000


Mental Health of America Colorado

1385 S. Colorado Blvd., Ste 610

Denver, CO 80222

Telephone: 720.208.2230 or toll free (800) 456-3249

Facsimile: (720) 208-2250

Email: — Outpatient and inpatient drug treatment centers in Colorado.
Metro Crisis Services — Emergency mental health and substance abuse intervention services for the seven metro Denver counties.

Telephone: (888) 885-1222


Military Hospitality House — Colorado Springs

4315 Grantham Court

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Telephone: (719) 527-7099

Montrose Center — Help for men and women in western Colorado.

Telephone: (970) 249-2486

My Prime Time News — Serving Colorado's senior community
Natalie Menten — Monitoring frivolous spending by public officials.
Night Moves of Denver — Private investigators

PO Box 1135

Wheatridge, Colorado 80034-1135

Telephone: (303) 456-ISPY (4779) or (888) 456-ISPY (4779)

Email: — If you have too much to drink they will drive you and your car home for free.

Telephone: (719) 650-3450

Padres Adelante Family Services

494 Sheridan Blvd. Suite C100 Room 3

Denver, CO 80219

Telephone: (303) 823-3904

Parent News — Information on abuses of child protective services.
Parkview Medical Center

Behavioral Health Division — Telephone (719) 595-7891

Pueblo locations

Symptom checker — Use interactive checker to learn more about symptoms you may be suffering from.

Peak Military Care Network — Help for veterans in the Pikes Peak region.

Network of Care for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families

Telephone: (719) 955-0742

Pendulum Foundation — Juvenile justice

2860 So. Circle Drive, #123

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Telephone: (720) 314-1402

Pikes Peak Aikido Dojo — Aikido is a unique martial art that integrates body, mind, and spirit and revitalizes those who practice it. Aikido may be particularly helpful to veterans.

3425 Van Teylingen Drive

Colorado Springs, CO 80917

Pikes Peak Restorative Justice Council — Helping youth to be accountable and build a positive future for themselves.

Youth Transformation Center

9979 Blackbird Circle Highlands Ranch, CO 80130

Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention — When it hurts to helps to talk.

704 North Tejon Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 573-7447

Suicide Prevention/Crisis Line: (888) 885-1222 (24/7)


Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center — Equine therapy for disabled veterans and others with disabilities.

13620 Halleluiah Trail

Elbert, CO 80106

Telephone: (719) 495-3908


Principles of Liberty — Scorecards for Colorado legislators and legislation.
Project Sanctuary — Helping military families reconnect after deployment.

PO Box 1563

Granby, CO 80446

Telephone: (720) 561-9193

Email: ( preferred, they will call back)

PTSD Trauma Treatment Center

422 E. Vermijo, Suite 206

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

399 Perry, Suite 305B

Castle Rock, CO 80104

Telephone: (719) 432-8175

Facsimile: (719) 495-9998

Rebuilding Together — Working to provide safe and healthy low-income housing.

PO Box 63581

Colorado Springs, CO 80962

Telephone: (719) 377-8652

Redistribution Center — Gathers and distributes food, clothing, building supplies, toys, furniture, household goods and other items serving wide variety of groups: armed forces and their families, battered men and women, distressed families, Native Americans, disaster victims, terminally ill patients, the aged, homeless, and anyone else in genuine need.

Ranya Kelly

12681 W. 49 th Avenue

Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033

Telephone: (303) 431-0904


River of Light Enterprise — A movement to transform our nation one person, one business, one neighborhood at a time.

Brighton, CO

Telephone: (303) 667-6032


Rocky Mountain Caregivers Cooperative
Rocky Mountain Human Services (formerly Denver Options)

Adult programs — Provide resources and service coordination for adults with developmental disabilities and their families.

Behavioral health — Work with adults who have intellectual/developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries and/or other cognitive needs.

Center for Technical Assistance and Training

Homes For All Veterans — Outreach, case management and access to community resources to homeless or at-risk veterans and their families in Colorado and southern Wyoming.

MIlitary and Veterans Programs

Operation TBI Freedom — Assisting veterans and active duty military personnel with service-related traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

Rocky Mountain Veterans Village — One stop hub for VA benefits.

Colorado Springs, CO

Telephone: (719) 694-3105

Email: or

Salvation Army — Colorado Springs and Fountain. Can house 125 men, 20 single women, and has room for 50 people in family groups per night.

908 Yuma Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Telephone: (719) 636-3891

Silver Key — Help for the elderly and infirm.

Intake: (719) 884-2350

Transportation: (719) 884-2380

Meals-On-Wheels: (719) 884-2330

Supportive Services: (719) 884-2360

2250 Bott Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Telephone: (719) 884-2300

Facsimile: (719) 884-2301


Special Kids Special Families — Promoting, strengthening, and supporting individuals with disabilities and their families.

424 W. Pikes Peak Ave.

Colorado Springs, CO 80905

Telephone: (719) 447-8983 or toll free (866) 447-8983

Facsimile: (719) 447-9482

Springs Rescue Mission — Food and shelter for the homeless.

5 West Las Vegas Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone: (719) 632-1822

Spousal Discrimination Cover Up
Strategies For Healthy Families

The 7 Fatal Mistakes Divorced and Separated Parents Make

Telephone: (303) 284-3441

Facsimile: (866) 283-7979Su

Survivors Against Violence Everywhere — Establishing empathy in domestic violence offenders through stories from survivors.
The Center — Services for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community in Colorado.

Legal and Advocacy Programs

Rainbow Alley — Services for LGBTQ youth

SAGE of the Rockies — Services and advocacy of GLBT elders

Transgender Programs

1301 East Colfax Avenue

Denver, CO 80218

Telephone: (303) 733-7743

Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM to 8 PM

The Inn Between of Longmont — Provides transitional housing and services for homeless individuals and families to help them achieve self-sufficiency.

250 Kimbark Street

Longmont, CO 80501

Telephone: (303) 684-0810

Facsimile: (303) 651-7273

The True Victims Of The War On Crime
The Voice of Liberty — Because tyranny never sleeps.
United Veterans Committee of Colorado

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 31261

Aurora, CO 80041-1261

Meetings held at:

VFW Post 9644

2680 W. Hampden Ave

Sheridan, CO 80110

Veteran Resources Initiatives — Help for homeless veterans in El Paso County, Colorado.

Telephone: (719) 203-8800


Veterans Support Solutions

656 Peterson Road

Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Telephone: (719) 330-8895


Veterans Upward Bound —Boot camp for veterans transitioning from active duty to college or university. Particularly recommended for any wounded veteran.
Victims of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL) — National organization with several Colorado branches.

Colorado Coordinator — Mr. Graham Jeambey

7485 East Kenyon Avenue

Denver, Colorado 80237

Help line: (800) 745-8778 or (303) 233-5321

Executive Director: (303) 770-5096


Welcome Home Montrose — Making Montrose a “no barriers” city and inviting veterans to live where they have an opportunity to thrive. Volunteer powered and donation funded.

1561 Oxbow Drive

Montrose Colorado 81401

Telephone: (970) 765-2210

Welcome Home Warrior — Provides counseling and free family retreats for families of deployed soldiers and for families with combat veterans at home.

P. O. Box 7107

471 South Baldwin Street, Suite A

Woodland Park, Colorado, 80863

Telephone: (719) 687-1000

White Bison — The Wellbriety Movement. An American Indian non-profit organization.

701 North 20 th Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Telephone: (719) 548-1000 or toll free (877) 871-1495


Wings Foundation — Taking flight against sexual abuse. Help for both men and women who have been sexually abused.

7550 West Yale Avenue, Suit B-201

Denver, CO 80227

Telephone: (303) 238-8660 or (800) 373-8671


Women Against Domestic Violence
Youth Transformation Center




Center for the Study of Parental Acceptance and Rejection (CSPAR)
Connecticut DCF Watch

P.O. Box 3005

Bristol, CT 06011-3005

Telephone: (860) 833-4127


CorruptCT — Corruption in the courts and child “protective” services.

A System Of Injustice

CT Divorced Men — Children need the love and guidance of both parents. Support two parent involvement and reasonable financial support orders.
Falsely Accused — Stories of people falsely accused by CT Dept. of Families and Children




Family Law Advocates Initiating Reform (FLAIR)




Beachway Therapy Center

Free drug or alcohol addiction treatment

137 N.W. 1st Ave

Delray Beach, Florida

Telephone: (800) 210-6372

Best Self, USA — Pastoral counseling for troubled families and marriages.

Family Resources and Research

Revs. Sam and Bunny Sewell

Naples, Florida 34110

Telephone: (239) 591-4565

Facsimile: (239) 591-2436


Bullard Investigations, Inc.

PO Box 864

Anthony, FL 32617-0864

Telephone: (352)369-FIND

Facsimile: 352-732-3652


Center For Liberty And Privacy (CFLAP) — Advocates ending alimony.
Citizen's Against Legal and Moral Abuse — Provide education, research, support and help to anyone legally or morally abused by the system in some way.

P.O. Box 1442

Zephyrhills, FL 33539

Telephone: (352) 206-5787

Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida

305 N. Ft. Harrison Ave.

Clearwater, Florida, 33755

Telephone: (727) 442-8820 or toll free (800) 782-2878

Dads of Florida

P.O. Box 550231

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33355-0231

Telephone: (954) 493-9763


DCF Watch — Reports on actions of the Department of Child and Family Services.
Fathers Are Parents Too of Florida
Fathers Need Rights Too!
Fathers Supporting Fathers
Florida Alimony Reform — Attempting to bring Florida's alimony laws into the 21 st Century.
Florida Beach Rehab — Alcohol and drug rehabilitation, detoxification

Hutchinson Island

Telephone: (866) 349-1770

Florida's Children First
Florida Fathers United
Florida Jury Power Association

You don't have any right to a jury trial

Futures of Palm Beach — Treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders.

Military service members

Telephone: (866) 686-5527 24/7

Jail For Judges — The Judicial Accountability Initiative Law for Florida.
Lakeview Health Systems

1900 Corporate Square Blvd.

Jacksonville, FL 32216

Telephone: (800) 884-1727 toll free

Liberty Counsel — Restoring the culture by advancing religious freedom, sanctity of human life, and families.

PO Box 540774

Orlando, FL 32854

Telephone: (800) 671-1776


Michael's House

Drug detox

Palm Beach, FL

Telephone: (877) 345-8494

National Association of Non-Custodial Moms
Parents Without Rights

Florida's Worst Family Law Judges

The Men's Center — Florida-based men's issues group. A S.A.F.E affiliate.
Paradise Recovery Center — Drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Delray Beach, FL

Telephone: (877) 858-1598


Quit Alcohol

Top Ten Alcohol Treatment Centers

24/7 Helpline (888) 368-8151

Solutions Recovery Center

16145 State Road 7, Unit D

Delray Beach, Florida, 33446

Telephone: (800) 999-9755

Helpline (800) 476-1801

Facsimile: 1(561) 210-8939


Vets For Justice — Fighting for justice.

5064 Silver Bell Drive

Port Charlotte, FL. 33948



Top — DNA testing

2536 Columbia Crossing Court, Suite 2001

Decatur, GA 30034-1853

Telephone: 404-289-3321


Atlanta DNA Center — Be certain you are really the father. Free DNA collection kits.

Telephone: (678) 947-1233 or toll free (877) 362-4321 — The Internet's best divorce site for kids, by a kid!
Citizens Against Paternity Fraud (CAPF) — Dedicated to helping children and men discover who's the biological father, and assisting deceived, scammed, and hustled paternity fraud victims regain their freedom.
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce

Susan Boyan

2801 Buford Highway, Suite T 70

Atlanta, Georgia 30329

Telephone: (404) 315-7474 ext. 1


Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services — Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer, 50 th District

302 B Coverdell Office Building

18 Capitol Square, SW

Atlanta, Georgia 30334

Telephone: (404) 463-1367

Facsimile: (404) 657-3217


District Office

P O Box 294

Turnerville, Georgia 30580

Telephone: (706) 754-1998

Facsimile: (706) 754-1803

Dustin Inman Society — Educating the public and elected officials about the consequences of illegal immigration, our unsecured borders, and the breakdown of the rule of law
Families First — The Child Support Enforcement of Georgia DHR has joined with Families First to help non-custodial parents (both fathers and mothers) to obtain visitation services with their children. Can also help unwed fathers, paternity, custody issues, child support, and hiring a lawyer.

P.O. Box 7948-Station C

Atlanta, Georgia 30357

Telephone: (404) 853-2844 or toll free: (877) 546-3058

Family Therapy Center for New York and Georgia

535 A Colonial Park Drive

Roswell, Georgia 30075

Fathers Are Parents Too — A coalition of fathers, mothers, grandparents and others, working to ensure the rights of children to have a loving, nurturing relationship with both of their parents and their families. Several chapters in the state.

P.O. Box 464718

Lawrenceville, Georgia 30042

Telephone: 404) 521-DADS (3237)

Fighting Child Welfare Injustice
Georgians For Reform — Seeking justice system using facts and dealing justice based on the actual elements of the case. Seek a justice system that is fair to both the society it serves and the accused it judges.
Georgia State Ethics Commission

Information on lobbyists

Georgia Homeowner News — Property rights under siege.
Georgians For Child Support/Family Law Reform — Because children deserve to be parented and financially supported by both parents.
Justice First — Georgia site for child support issues.
National Parents Rights Association — Educate and inform parents regarding their legal rights.

3225 Cedar Bluff Drive

Marietta, GA 30062

Ogeechee Judicial Circuit Domestic Violence Shelter, Atlanta — Offers services to both men and women. Men do not stay at their shelter but they are able to provide shelter in a safe place at another location. They have advocated for several male victims of domestic violence in the past.

Crisis line: (912) 764-4605

One Out Of Many — You may be single but you are not alone.

P.O. Box 311555

Atlanta, Georgia 31131


Patrick Crusade

Kerry Walker story

Property Rights Nightmare — Story of Lt. Col. J. Andrew Rice, USMC, and his battles in Cobb County.

Judicial misconduct — Oral testimony before Georgia Supreme Court by Mrs. Taffy Rice.

Secretary of State

Elections — Georgia uses Diebold equipment statewide

Campaign Contribution Disclosure Reports & Candidate Financial Disclosure Statements

Three Sides To Every Story — Encourages families to take a look at all possible sides of their situation when divorce seems the only way out — and children are involved.
Wagner Consulting Services — Advocates for children and parental rights.

Services offered.




Citizens Against Corruption — A non-profit association dedicated to achieving justice through legal means.

P.O. Box 9,

Priest River, Idaho 83856

Citizens Last Stand — Are you ready?
The Idaho Observer

P.O. Box 457

Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869

Telephone: (208) 255-2307


North Idaho Brain Injury Foundation — TBI survivors network.
Pro Libertate — William N. Grigg's articles are highly recommended.




Center on Wrongful Convictions

Northwestern University School of Law

357 East Chicago Avenue

Chicago, IL 60611

Telephone: (312) 503-3100

Citizen's Committee to Clean Up The Courts — TV program “BROADSIDES”, Chicago and suburbs — Monday evening in Chicago, on Channel 21 cable, 9 PM.

Sherman H. Skolnick, Chairman

9800 So. Oglesby Avenue

Chicago, Illinois 60617-4870

Telephone: (773) 731-1100


Citizens For Legal Responsibility — Extensive information about lawyers and judges.

P.O. Box 232

Morton Grove, Illinois 60053-0232

Complain About The Attorney Regulatory and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) — A do nothing commissions that supposedly regulates and disciplines Illinois attorney.
Cook County Circuit Court — Self help forms.
Dad's Rights — Attorney Jeffrey M. Leving's site. Located in Chicago.
Defend The Vote — Empowering citizens to protect elections.
Illinois Compiled Statutes
Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986 — 750 ILCS 60/
Illinois Fathers — Children need both parents.
Illinois Leaks — Edgar County Watchdogs. Exposing corruption in Edgar County and surrounds.
Illinois Motorcycle Freedom Run — Maintain a Granite Memorial Wall commemorating the servicemen and women who have lost their lives in worldwide conflicts since 1979.
Non-Custodial Parents Are We
Office of the State Appellate Defender — Help for appeals by indigent citizens.

Expungement information

Recovery International — Self-help mental health for more than 70 years.

Group meeting locations

Telephone meetings

802 N. Dearborn Street

Chicago, Illinois 60610

Telephone: (312) 337-5661

Toll Free Telephone: (866) 221-0302

Facsimile: (312) 337-5756


World Congress of Families — A project of the Howard Center.

934 North Main Street

Rockford, Illinois 61103

Telephone: (815) 964-5819

Fax: (815) 965-1826





Boone County Fathers
Citizens For Change — Wichita

Telephone: (316) 945-0858

Focus on Indiana
Indiana Civil Rights Council

Federal class action suit on behalf of non-custodial parents

Indiana Custodial Rights Advocates
Injustice, Constitutional Violations and Judicial Corruption By Indiana Judiciary
Shattered Men — For physically and emotionally abused men and women.

P.O. Box 166, Marion, Indiana 46952-0166

Military service and a woman's fear

Typical shelters for battered women

Compare with:

Typical shelters for battered men




Puppy Jake Foundation — Service dogs for veterans.

4020 John Lynde Road

Des Moines, IA 50312

Telephone: (515) 419-1858

Ricky's Story — What happens when insane laws are passed.




Dadman's Fathers Rights
Father's Integrity & Rights Movement (FIRM)

4124 NE Brier Road

Topeka, KS 66616

Facsimile: (775) 655-1123





Fathers Asking To Have Equal Rights — Putting the family back in parenting for Kentucky
Kentucky pro-VOCAL — For victims of false accusations, perjury, feminism, and sexual hysteria.

PO Box 183

Washington, Ky. 41096-0183

Serial false accusers

Registry of serial false accusers

Kentucky Youth Advocates
National Institute on Children, Youth and Families — Connect For Kids

422 Bauer Ave.

Louisville, KY 40207-3058

Telephone: (502) 894-9608





Attorney Discipline in Louisiana
Fathers On Rights for Custody Equality (FORCE)
Just The Right Attitude — New Orleans East Food Bank — Helping to feed the hungry in Orleans Parish
Law & Grace, Inc. — A community service corporation.

P.O. Box 5373

Shreveport, LA 71135

(504) 241-4223 or


Louisiana Dads




Dirty Decisions
Domestic Abuse Helpline For Men And Women

P.O. Box 252

Harmony, Maine 04942

Telephone: (888) 7HELPLINE or (888) 743-5754 toll free





Falsely accused
Fisher House Foundation — Provides a “home away from home” for military families to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury.

111 Rockville Pike

Rockville, MD 20850

Telephone: (301) 294-8560

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition — International organization of criminal justice professionals who bear personal witness to the wasteful futility and harm of our current drug policies.

8730 Georgia Avenue, Suite 300

Silver Spring, MD 20910

Telephone: (301) 565-0807

Facsimile: (301) 565-0204

Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence

Maryland domestic violence statistics — Equal numbers of men and women killed in DV incidents between July, 1999, and June, 2000.

Preparing for your domestic violence hearing
Respecting Accuracy in Domestic Abuse Reporting (RADAR) —Network of concerned men and women around the country who are working to assure that the media present the hidden side of domestic violence.
Stand Your Ground
Witness Justice




Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition

PO Box 1082

Pittsfield, MA 01201

Telephone: (413) 445-6789

Children and Parents Services

Elmer Stratton

P.O. Box 11

Methuen, MA 01844

Telephone: (978) 374-5556

Facsimile: (978) 374-0663


Citizens For The Preservation Of Constitutional Rights (CPCR) — Restoring balance to the scales of justice.

306 Dartmouth Street

Boston, MA 02116

Phone: (617) 536-1776 or toll free (877) 642-2200

Fax: (617) 437-1886


Citizens Justice Institute — Demanding justice pro-se. Learning law and avoiding lawyers.

David Grossack

P.O. Box 90

Hull, Massachusetts 02045

Telephone: (781) 925-5253


Coalition Against State-Sanctioned Kidnapping (CASK) — Founded to expose criminal tactics used by legal professionals.

49 Hanover Street

Malden, MA 02148

Telephone: (781) 324-1989

False allegations of sexual abuse, sexual assault, or rape of child — How to defend against them

Cases Used by the Great-Granddaddy of Fathers' Rights.

Families Against Abuse — Attempting to reform the Department of Social Services.
Family Nonviolence, Inc.

P.O. Box 814

Fairhaven, MA 02719-0800

Telephone: (508) 996-1100

Facsimile: (508) 996-1100*51


Fatherhood Coalition — A Massachusetts men's group fighting for father's and civil rights. They have filed suit in Federal and State courts to stop use of restraining orders. Based in Milford, MA.

Debtor's prison is alive and well

Fraternizing With The Enemy

Rick Brita's story

Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project

PMB 131

955 Mass Ave

Cambridge, MA 02139

Crisis: (800) 832 1901

Business: (617) 354 6056

Fax: (617) 354 6072

Justice For Families — founded in 1997 to provide support and advocacy for families unjustly targeted by Child “Protective” Services.

Telephone: (781) 324-1989

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition — International organization of criminal justice professionals who bear personal witness to the wasteful futility and harm of our current drug policies.

121 Mystic Avenue, Suites 7-9

Medford, MA 02155

Telephone: (781) 393-6985

Facsimile: (781) 393-2964


Massachusetts Alimony Reform

Lawyers M.A.R. has found helpful

Massachusetts Coalition For Men (MCFM) — A voice for men.
Massachusetts News — A newspaper unafraid to print the truth. If you live there, get it.

P.O. Box 812844

Wellesley, MA 02482

Telephone: (781) 239-3305

Fax: (781) 239-1193


MassKidnap — Founded to expose criminal tactics used by legal professionals. Criminal acts include illegally editing court hearing tapes and transcripts, doctoring the docket, holding secret hearings regarding felonies, generating phantom clinical reports and more.
Massoutrage — Attorney Gregory Hession's site is an excellent source of information about what you face when a restraining order is filed against you.

How to fight false restraining orders

Massachusetts Should Be Ashamed
Men's Experience With Partner Aggression Project
National Parents Organization — Formerly Fathers and Families

Attorneys — Find a lawyer who believes in and supports shared parenting.

Divorce Corp — Cinematic indictment of family courts.

P,O. Box 270760

Boston, Massachusetts 02127-0760

Telephone: (617) 542-9300

Email: parents@nationalparentsorganization.orgReparations For Men
Services For Battered Men — Primarily for gay men. Maintained by Massachusetts Medical Society.
Support For People Accused Of Abuse

PO Box 115

7 Lincoln Street

Wakefield, MA 01880

Telephone: (781) 246-3691


The Cop and the Survivor




A Child's Right — Equal time with both fit parents.

PO Box 119 or 30 East Columbia Ave Suite F1

Battle Creek, Michigan 49015


Children Need Both Parents — Promoting both parents.
Coalition For Justice — Committed to the reform of Michigan's indigent defense system to ensure fundamental fairness.

Stephanie Chang

60 W. Hancock

Detroit, MI 48201

Telephone: (313) 578-6808


DADS of Michigan

6632 Telegraph Road, Suite 110

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

Office: (248) 559-DADS


Dance4Equality — An American Indian equal parenting organization.

5570 E. Hoxie Road

Cedar, MI 49621

Telephone: (231) 946-4966


Fix the Friend of the Court
Friend of the Children and Parents
Innocent! — Support for the wrongly convicted and innocent.

Doug Tjapkes

20 W. Muskegon Avenue

Muskegon, MI 49440.

Telephone: (231) 728-7225


Lawyers, Attorneys and More! — A kid's guide to the U.S. Government
Michigan Friend of the Children and Parents — For information on divided families and anything pertaining to getting respect from involved agencies.
Moral Matters — Issues in Bay City
Parents For Children
Psychobitch From Hell — and the men who love her
Recover Kid — Rapid and economical recovery of child victims of parental kidnaping.

Bob Jaehnig

P.O. Box 611,

Grand Haven, Michigan 49417–0611

Telephone: (616)-846-4965

Facsimile: (616)-846-4965


Second Class Citizen — Equal rights for non-custodial parents and children.

Purple Heart's Final Beat — A soldier suicide story (YouTube).

State Bar of Michigan




Better Resolutions Mediation Service

P. O. Box 83, 432 Mill Street

Long Lake, Minnesota 55356

Telephone: (952) 473-2092

Center of the American Experiment
Center For Parental Responsibility

P.O. Box 130776

Roseville, MN 55113

Telephone: (651) 490-9277


Erwin Rommel School of Law — The law is the weapon; the courtroom the battlefield, the judge is your enemy, your lawyer is an enemy spy.

Peter Jon Simpson

P O Box 211

Atwater Minnesota 56209- 0211

Telephone: (320) 857-2400

Facsimile: (320) 857-2401

Father's Rights Center

5775 Wayzata Blvd.

St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Telephone: (612) 240-8005

Mid-Minnesota Legal Assistance — See web site for office locations in St. Cloud, Wilmar, and Cambridge.

430 First Avenue North, Suite 300

Minneapolis, MN 55401-1780

Telephone: (612) 332-1441

Facsimile: (612) 334-5755

Minnesota Justice Foundation — Connecting law students to the community.
Minnesota statutes
National Coalition of Free Men (NCFM) — Twin Cities chapter

Suit filed June 6, 2003, asking to find Minnesota Battered Women Act unconstitutional

P.O. Box 582023

Minneapolis, MN 55458-2023

Telephone: (888) 223-1280

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota — Working to improve the lives of children and adults with mental illness and their families

800 Transfer Road, Suite 31

St. Paul, MN 55114

Telephone: (651) 645-2948 or (888) NAMI-HELPS (toll free)

Facsimile: (651) 645-7379


Ottertail Wadena Community Action Counsel — Father's Resource Program

125 W. Lincoln Avenue, Suite 4

Fergus Falls, MN 56537

Telephone: (218) 739-3011 ext. 17 or toll free (877) 882-9576

Facsimile: (218) 998-3055


R-Kids of Minnesota

P.O. Box 24658

Edina, Minnesota 55424-0658

Telephone: (651) 770-6164




Cowling Investigations — Specializes in defending against false allegations of child abuse, criminal defense investigations, overturning convictions for the innocent and legal malpractice cases for clients, worldwide. Based in Jackson, Mississippi.

False allegations of abuse

Reversing wrongful convictions

The father and child custody

Mississippi Justice Project — The voice of the wrongly convicted in Mississippi.




Center For Marriage Policy — Rebuilding America's economic and social strength.

Bill Kuhl

(314) 839-1829

DadsDivorce — A public service of the DadsDivorce Institute in St. Louis, Missouri. Dedicated to helping divorced and divorcing fathers maximize their role in their children's lives.

Domestic Violence Against Men — DadsDivorceLive interview of Dr. Charles Corry

Focus Marines Foundation (FMF) — Conceived, designed, and established by Marine veterans. Mission is to help Marines, Sailors, Navy Corpsmen, and other service members.

FOCUS program — No cost help for veterans with PTSD/TBI/etc. to transition back into civilian life.

15455 Manchester Road #476

Ballwin, MO 63022


Telephone: (888) 553-0078

Victims of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL) of Missouri
Women For Men — Providing much-needed support for the American male.

P.O. Box 440234

St. Louis, MO 63144



Grace Home Veterans Center — Shelter and opportunities for homeless veterans.

2211 5 th Avenue North

Great Falls, MT

Victims Of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL) of Montana

P.O.Box 283

Culbertson, MT 59218

Telephone: (406) 787-5760 or (701) 774-0432





Nebraska's Civil Court — A Seus of a system.




Courthouse Forum — You be the judge.
Divorced And Widowed Adjustment, Inc.

P.O. Box 26504

Las Vegas, NV 89126

Telephone: (702) 735-5544 (24 hours)

Kimberly Chapman

Domestic abuse

Nevadans For Equal Parenting
Rate The Courts — A website of Government Forums, Inc., a Nevada corporation. Anonymously complete judicial evaluation surveys for over 23,500 of the nation's judges and judicial nominees.
Redress, Inc.

Legal abuse syndrome

SAFE House — Provides shelter and assistance for both abused men and women.

921 American Pacific Drive, Suite 300

Henderson, NV 89014

Hotline: (702) 564-3227

Telephone: (702) 451-4203 x23

Facsimile: (702) 451-4302


New Hampshire


Commission on the Status of Men — New Hampshire is the first state to initiate such a commission.
Democracy For New Hampshire — Nonpartisan big-tent organization that promotes grassroots community involvement in the democratic process.
National Congress of Fathers and Children — New Hampshire chapter. Promoting equal opportunities for men and fathers.
New Hampshire Child Custody and Family Law Reform for Equality in Parenting Rights


New Jersey


Fathers' and Children's Equality (FACE) — support and self-help group for non-custodial parents and their families.

PO Box 3302

Cherry Hill NJ 08034

Fathers Rights Association of New Jersey and Mid-Atlantic Region

Bruce Eden, Constitutional Rights Director

P.O. Box 4075

Wayne, New Jersey 07474

Telephone: (973)-616-9558

John Fleming — Watch video of abuse by wife of John and his children.
Judging The Judges — Victims of law.
Men to Men — Wednesday-night men's support group meeting for Central and Northern New Jersey.
New Jersey Police Solidarity Coalition — Free lance paralegals, active and retired law enforcement officers.Specialize in: domestic violence litigation, weapons forfeiture, and assisting pro-se litigants.
Your Marriage Counselor — Dr. Marty Tashman on relationships, marriage, and individual counseling for: anxiety, anger, depression, and addictions.

Telephone: (888) 281-5850 toll free


New Mexico

New Mexicans For Honest Courts
New Mexico Political Journal — An electronic magazine about politics in New Mexico.
Spirit Earth Path


New York


African American Planning Commission (AAPC) — Minority-owned and controlled, New York City based, nonprofit organization committed to ending homelessness and developing innovative solutions to joblessness that, in turn, leads to the self-reliance and the economic independence of those they serve.
Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court — The first veteran court in the country was started in January 2008 by Judge Robert Russell.
Car Donation New York — Help a child with cancer by donating your old car.
Center for HOPE
Center For Judicial Accountability — Attempting to improve the quality of our judiciary by removing political considerations from the judicial selection process and by ensuring that the process of disciplining and removing judges is effective and meaningful.

White Plains, New York

Telephone (914) 421-1200

Facsimile: (914) 428-4994


Citizens Advice Bureau Immigration Program — Information for immigrants involved in domestic violence or abuse.

2070 Grand Concourse, Suite 1

Bronx, NY 10457

Telephone: (718) 731-3114

Facsimile: (718) 901-1586


Equal Parenting Party
Family Therapy Center for New York and Georgia

1780 East 26 th Street

Brooklyn, New York 11229

Telephone: (718) 382-1293

Fathers and Families New York (
Father's Rights Association of Long Island

Telephone: (516) 783-1636

Father's Rights Association of New York State

Telephone: (888) 991-8867

Father's Rights of Western New York

Telephone: (716) 635-U-DAD

Genetest Corporation — Specialists in DNA paternity testing, prenatal paternity testing utilizing blood, buccal swabs, and infidelity testing.

2316 Delaware Ave

Buffalo, NY 14216

Telephone: (877) 404 4363 or (877) 964 2436

Grandparents For Children's Rights

P.O. Box 6635

Albany, New York 12206

Phone: (866) 624-9900 toll free

Law Is Not Justice — Foundation for the child victims of the family court.

Telephone: (855) 838-2889

Men's Action to Rebuild Society
Mothers For Shared Parenting

P.O. Box 285

Calverton, NY 11933-0285


Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Telephone: (516) 542-0404

National Parents Leadership Council
New York City Criminal Justice Agency — Provides pre-trial release services in New York City's Criminal Courts.

52 Duane Street, 3rd Floor,

New York NY 10007

Telephone.: (646) 213-2500

Facsimile: (646) 213-2550

NY Cop Online
Parent Best — Parenting and baby advice and information.

298 Church Street

New York, NY

Parents In Action — Parents of children who are students in New York City independent schools.
Pets For Patriots — Rescuing pets from shelters and helping veterans get pets to help them through their troubled times.

248 W Park Avenue, Suite 300

Long Beach, NY 11561

Telephone: (516) 670-8446 or toll-free: (877) 473-8223)

Safe Horizons in Manhattan

Telephone: (800) 621-HOPE

Second Class Citizens — In America being a father is a crime.
Simple Justice — A New York criminal defense blog.
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Telephone: (631) 666-8833

Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act (USFSPA) — 10 U.S.C. sect 1408, et seq. litigation support group.
United War Veterans Council — Organized to honor, support, and serve America's veterans.

346 Broadway, 3 rd Floor East

New York, NY 10013

Telephone: (212) 693-1476

Facsimile: (212) 693-1475

Veritas Center — The perjury stops here.

Telephone: (718)625-1028


Victim's Information Bureau of Suffolk

Telephone: 631) 360-3606

Victims of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL) — New York.
WebCrims Case Information System — New York State Unified Court System case records.


North Carolina


Center for Children's Justice — Carolinas branch.

P.O. Box 12169

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709

Fellowship Hall — Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.

5140 Dunstan Road

Greensboro, NC 27405

Telephone: (800) 659-3381

Grass Roots — Forum for Firearms Education is a non-profit, all volunteer organization devoted to educating the public about trends which abridge the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, and engaging in grass roots activism to preserve those freedoms.
Hope For The Home Front — Offers hope, healing and solutions to women impacted by the invisible wounds of war for themselves and for their families.

P.O. Box 1103

Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Telephone: (719) 440-1000


Law, Politics, Ethics, Exposing Crooks — An attorney tells it like it is in Asheville and surrounds.
North Carolina Single Parents
Pavilion — Residential center for treatment of alcoholism, drug addictions, depression, codependency, dual diagnosis, anxiety, drug rehab, alcohol treatment, etc.

Mill Springs, NC

Telephone: (800) 392-4808 — A gathering place for single parents.

Saving your marriage/Divorce reform web sites


North Dakota

Shared Parenting Initiative




Family Justice League — Columbus
National Child Abuse Defense Resource Center

Kimberly Hart, Executive Director

P.O. Box 638

Holland, Ohio 43528

Phone: (419) 865-0513

Fax: (419) 865-0526


Ohio Abused and Battered Men's Association

PO Box 123456

Delaware, OH 43015

Operation Constitution Rescue — Protect your right to a trial by jury.

Wright Brothers Post Office

Post Office Box 911

Dayton, Ohio 45409

Email Contact:

Parents and Children For Equality — Chapters in many Ohio cities.

PACE - Akron




America's Courts of Injustice
Battered Men of Oklahoma
D.A.D. — Dads Are Dads organization.

Judicial reform

P.O.Box 581801

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74158-1801

Telephone: (918) 341 5555 Office

Hot line: (918) 951 6033 24 hour

J'accuse — Empowering people to act against judicial and administrative tyranny.

Meetings: 2 nd & 4 th Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM

Place: Jimmy's Round Up Cafe

5000 NW 10th St.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Phone: (405) 682-2309


MAPS Rip Off
Naked Truth Detective Agency — Tulsa
Oklahoma: A State of Corruption
Ricky's Story — What happens when insane laws are passed.
Security Concepts Unlimited

1316 NW Sheridan Road #296

Lawton, OK 73505

Telephone: (580) 351-4277

Facsimile: (580) 248-6372


The Truth and Justice Foundation

Craig Tweedy

208 E Dewey, Ste. 202

Sapulpa, OK 74066

Phone: (918) 224-2222





A Voice For Children — Helps parents falsely accused of child abuse, lobbies for Constitutional Rights, and elimination of corrupt officials, judges, bureaucrats.

P.O Box 132

Mt. Angel, Oregon 97362

Telephone: (503) 632-7305

Bend Psychological Services — Education options., counseling, psychotherapy, consulting, evaluation, assessment, training. Michael G. Conner, Psy.D., Bend, Oregon.

965 NE Wiest Way

Bend Oregon, 97701

Office/Fax: (541) 388-5660

Crisis Counseling — Information about crisis intervention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, referrals, emergency rooms, residential treatment, therapeutic boarding schools and wilderness therapy programs.

Telephone: (888) 706-9933


Dads America

Dads Central

P.O. Box 1284

Portland, OR 97207-1284


Judicial Review for Oregon — Justice for Oregon's oppressed.
Legislative information including statutes
Liberators — Douglas County
Looking Glass Services — Youth and family services in Lane Country.

72-B Centennial Loop, Suite 2

Eugene, Oregon 97401

Telephone: (541) 689-3111 or toll free (888) 689-3111

Oregon Counseling — Psychotherapy, counseling, therapy, information, education, referral, and research

Domestic violence against men

Oregon Trackers
SOhopeful International — Works with sex offenders and those falsely accused.



Top — Primarily deals with events and issues in Lancaster County.
BSI International, Inc. — Publish In Search of Fatherhood newsletter.

Post Office Box 3885

Philadelphia, PA 19146-0185


Caron Foundation — For treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.
Cooperative Parenting and Divorce

Ann Marie Termini

301 West Grove Street

Clark Summit, PA 18411

Telephone: (570) 586-5669


Court of Injustice — Blair County
DaddyJustice — Lancaster County

Telephone: (412) 829-2278

Fathers' and Children's Equality, Inc. (FACE) — Every child deserves 2 parents. Bucks and Montgomery Counties, Lehigh Valley, and Philadelphia chapters.

Hotline (610)-688-4748

Heads Held High — Families helping families.
Judicial Clean Sweep
Lancaster Non-Custodial Parents (LYNCUP)

Horror stories from Lancaster-York counties

Don Hank, Director

319 Brook Lane

Wrightsville PA 17368

Telephone: (717) 252-9835

Lesbian Domestic Violence — Support group in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Men's Custody and Shelter Network (MCSN) — Assists with physical, mental, and counseling needs for men falsely accused in custody disputes. Attempts to obtain temporary housing for men taken from homes and children with restraining orders.

Meetings Tuesday at 7 PM. 626 Lillian Street Pittsburgh (Allentown)

Music Therapy and Domestic Violence — Mars, Venus, and in between.


Rhode Island


Judicial, legal, and prosecutorial misconduct occurring in Rhode Island and the US

PO Box 1355

Coventry, Rhode Island 02816


South Carolina


Crooked Civil Servants — Freedom of speech, protecting the public trust, seeking redress from our government, and keeping the place clean! Provides details of the outrageous behavior of South Carolina DSS State Attorney John “Chuck” Magera.
Paternity Fraud — South Carolina style
South Carolina Legislature — Legislation, laws, regulations, and state constitution.


South Dakota


SD — Jaill4Judges
Voice of Women — A coalition of Indian and non-Indian women who stand in solidarity for the rights of our children and families.




Child's Best Interest — Child custody issues. Based in Collierville.
DAD of Tennessee

P.O. Box 24083

Nashville, TN 37202-4083

Telephone: (865) 482 - DADS

Mary Parrish Center — Offers domestic violence services to men and women. Billed as a “one-stop victim service center.”

131 2nd. Avenue North 5th. Floor

Nashville, TN 37201

Telephone: (615) 360-3994

Facsimile: (615) 360-3994

Victims Of Child Abuse Laws (VOCAL) of Tennessee

Telephone: (865) 898-1153





Blue Moon Investigations — Investigators in the Clara Harris “Murder by Mercedes” case as well as providing help in the Emerson case. Movie Suburban Madness based on Blue Moon's VP Bobbi Sue Bacha's investigation of the Clara Harris case.

711 West Bay Area Blvd., Suite 220

Webster, Texas 77598-4000

Telephone: (281) 557-4785


PO Box 57888

Houston, TX 77598-4000

Telephone: (281) 332-1622 or (800) 488-2336 toll free

Collin County Corruption — Demanding protection for our children and families from the parasites and scoundrels who walk the halls of our local courts and government agencies.
Dallas County Justice
Dennis Fuller, Esq. — Help with paternity fraud.
DNA Testing Centre — Paternity testing.
Emerson case — Federal Judge Cummings found that restraining order violated Dr. Emerson's Second and Fifth Amendment rights but he still ended up in federal prison.
Fathers For Equal Rights

1525 Elm, Suite 870

Dallas, TX 75250

Telephone: (214) 953-2233

Facsimile: (214) 953-0633

Forensic DNA and Drug Testing Services — Dallas and Tarrant.
Guardianship Reform Advocates for the Disabled and Elderly (GRADE)
Help Stop PAS — Parental alienation syndrome support and information. Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Rick Lohstroh.
High Road Parenting — San Antonio
Hope4Kidz — Grassroots effort giving voice to abused, neglected, and abandoned children who are in the care, custody, and control of state foster care agencies.
IdentiGene — Peace of mind through DNA testing.

5615 Kirby, Suite 800

Houston, Texas 77005

Telephone: (713) 798-9510 EXT. 104 or (800) DNA-TYPE

Let's End Paternity and Child Support Fraud
Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs — No man fights alone. Help for veterans with PTSD.

Chapters in Oceanside, CA and Magnolia, TX

No one is married — Challenge to no-fault divorce laws in Texas.
NOAH Project — Fathers For Equal Rights, located in Dallas, has sent men to this facility who have been denied help.

1802 Grape Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

Telephone: (915) 676-7107

Operation First Response — Supporting wounded warriors and their families.

Arlington, Texas

Parent Guidance Center — Help a parent and you've already helped a child.
Parkland Health & Hospital System — Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Center provides an array of services to female victims of intimate partner violence and assault. Conducting research on male victims of domestic violence, but does not provide services for men, and working in conjunction with the Gay/Lesbian Resource Center of Dallas and the Family Place Shelter.

5201 Harry Hines Boulevard

Dallas, Texas 75235

Telephone: (214)590-8000

VIP Center: (214) 590-2926 Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4 PM

Patriot Dad's Weblog — Discussions on children's and parent's rights issues
Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse
Texans For Public Justice — A non-partisan, non-profit policy and research organization which tracks the influence of money in politics.
Texas Association for Justice And Legal Reform (TAJLR)
Texas Center for Family Rights

2205 Ave. I, Suite 114,

Rosenberg, Texas 77471.

Telephone: (281) 344-8878

Facsimile: (281) 633-8816


Texas Justice Press
Texas statutes — Family code
That's Not How It's Done — Follows three men up against a system that doesn't understand fathers. It's no surprise that a system that forces parents to be adversaries is a disaster for children.




American Lands Council — To secure and defend local control of land access, use, and ownership.
American Parental Action League

P.O. Box 1071

Bountiful, UT 84011

Phone: (801) 638-3882

Fax: (484) 762-6776

Gene Tree — DNA testing center.

2495 South West Temple

Salt Lake City, Utah 84115

Telephone: (801) 461-9757 or toll free (888) 404-GENE

Facsimile: (801) 461-9761

Libertas Institute — Advancing the cause of liberty in Utah.
Men and Fathers For Justice
Men's Rights- Utah
National Outrage

P.O. Box 486

Heber City, Utah 84032

Telephone: (435) 654-1152


South Valley Sanctuary — Provides shelter and support for both men and women without regard to sexual orientation.

P.O. Box 1028

West Jordan, Utah 84084

Telephone: (801) 255-1095 24-hour crisis line

Facsimile: (801) 255-7319

Utah Families Association — Protecting families from false or frivolous allegations of child abuse.

Telephone: (801) 529-4938





Financial Rape Of Lawrence Carter Agee, M.D., J.D.

P.O. Box 561

Winooski, VT 05404

Phone (802) 655-4136


Vet-to-Vet — Peer-to-peer support to veterans of all eras.




Alliance Against False Allegations

P.O. Box 266

McLean, VA 22101

Telephone: (703) 444-3726


Children and Family Coalition of Virginia (CFCV)
Equal Parents — Working to end state policies that destroy our families.
Exiled Fathers — Fighting to restore the Constitution in family courts.
Fathers For Virginia — Family law reform coalition. The best parent is both parents!

P. O. Box 2043

Arlington, Virginia 22202

Phone: (703) 354 3237

Fixing Virginia's Broken Child Support System
Institute For Justice

Policing for Profit — The abuse of civil asset forfeiture

Arlington, VA

Telephone: (703) 682-9320


Institute for Marriage and Public Policy

Post Office Box 1231

Manassas, VA 20108

Telephone: (202) 216-9430

Psychiatric Service Dog Society (PSDS) — Helps you train your own dog to help when you are disabled at little or no expense to you.

P.O. Box 754

Arlington, VA 22216


Telephone: (571) 216-1589

Rutherford Institute — Dedicated to the defense of civil liberties and human rights.

Post Office Box 7482

Charlottesville, VA 22906-7482

Phone: (434) 978-3888 (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST)

Facsimile: (434) 978-1789


Taken Into Custody
Virginia Citizen's Defense League
Virginia's Criminal Justice — Exposing the biased, incompetent and corrupt judges within Virginia's judiciary.
WBF Legal Reform — Details Linda Kennedy's battle against the Virginia bar and courts.

Holodeck Law — Litigation Vortex




All Treatment — A drug rehab center directory and substance abuse information resource.

999 Third Ave, 34 th Floor

Seattle, WA 98104

Telephone: (206) 659-8149

Ann Silvers — Counselor and relationship coach.

Abuse Of Men By Women — It happens, it hurts, and it's time to get real about it.

Campaign for Equal Justice

1325 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1335

Seattle, WA 98101

Telephone: (206) 623-5261

Facsimile: (206) 623-5701


Citizens Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse (CADA) — Helping men, women, elderly, disabled, and GLBT individuals in crisis.

P O Box 723

Coupeville, WA 98239

24-hour crisis telephone: (360) 678-9363


Crisis Counseling — Information about crisis intervention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, referrals, emergency rooms, residential treatment, therapeutic boarding schools and wilderness therapy programs.

Telephone: (888) 706-9933


Families First of Washington — Working for families in turmoil through issues related to family violence or family law.
FatherLove — Puget Sound. Offers to help fathers who are physically separated from their children stay in touch and visit.
Father's Rights Investigations — A full service private investigative firm but specialize in child custody cases.

3930 'A' Street SE, Suite 305, PMB 28

Auburn, WA 98002

Telephone: (253) 804-0263


Father's Rights Protection System — Help for fathers.

Dennis M. Gac, President

Edmonds, WA

Telephone: (206) 650-0250


Failed Justice System
FR Investigations — Full service private investigators with specialty in child custody cases.

3930 'A' Street SE

Suite 305, PMB 28

Auburn, WA 98002

Telephone: (253) 804-0263


Hate Male Post — Anti-male prejudice discussion forum.
Homebuilders — Intensive family preservation programs.

Institute for Family Development

181 South 333rd Street, Suite 200

Federal Way, WA 98003-6307

Telephone: (253) 874-3630

Facsimile: (253) 838-1670


National Brotherhood of Fathers Rights

8010 212th Street S.W.

Edmonds, WA 98026

Telephone: (206) 650-0250


Real Family Law — Attorney Lisa Scott

Male-only crimes list

Real custody tactics — Tutorial for mothers on winning your child custody case

Real domestic violence tactics — Tutorial for women on effective use of DV allegations

Top ten things I've learned in ten years of divorce wars

Tutorial for fathers on winning your child custody case

Tutorial for men on effective use of DV allegations

What to do before the restraining order comes

Separated Parenting Access and Resource Center — Seattle organization whose goal is to ensure children continue to have a relationship with both parents, regardless of marital status.

Ten most common feminist myths — Campus feminism is a kind of cult: as early as freshman orientation, professors begin spinning theories about how American women are oppressed under “patriarchy.” Here is a list of the most common feminist myths. If you believe two or more of these untruths, you may need deprogramming.

Surviving Paternity Fraud — A second wife's story.
Taking Action Against Bias in the System (TABS)
The Reagan Wing — Advocates returning to conservative principles of government.
United Fathers of America
Veterans Rehabilitation and Recreation Center — Providing housing, job skills training, and clothing for veterans in need.

23405 67th Ave East

Graham, WA 98338

Telephone: (253) 691-8550 or (253) 846-7477


Vulnerable Adult Abuse Prevention Guide
Washington Courts Name Search — Use to find cases associated with a person's name. You can search for litigants (e.g., defendant, petitioner, respondent) associated with a case.
Washington Divorce Online
Washington DV Press — Protecting victims of the domestic violence Industry


West Virginia


Men Against Discrimination — Truth, justice, and equality in family law

PO Box 5554

Vienna WV 26105

Telephone: (304) 295-0053

Men And Women Against Discrimination — Truth, justice, and equality in family law.
West Virginia Advocates — Dedicated to protecting and advocating for the legal rights of West Virginians with disabilities.
West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence




Elm Grove Area Community Services Center

Child care

Family counseling

Food pantry

Wisconsin Fathers For Children And Families

PO Box 1742

Madison, WI 53701

Telephone: (608) ALL-DADS




Free State Wyoming — On the frontiers of freedom.



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