Other resources for Family Violence &
Child Abuse Organizations

Several national, nonprofit organizations have websites devoted to educating and empowering those who are facing abuse right now. Some of these organizations have local chapters that are active in their communities. Some of the sites also have discussion forums of their own.

National Child Abuse Foundations & Programs

National Child Abuse Hotline Childhelp

The National Child Abuse Foundation can be found online at http://www.childhelp.org/programs, a major voluntary health organization, seeks to identify, and offer support, treatment to improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by abuse.

    1. Heartlight Ministries residential Counseling Centers
      "Helping Adolescents and families work through difficult situations"
      • Heartlight Ministries residential Counseling Centers contact them here email  P.O. Box 286 Hallsville, Texas 75650 Phone 903-668-2173

        "All components of the Heartlight program are designed to create an environment for change through the personal relationships and involvement of the staff in the lives of the residents and their families."

    2. Childhood World Foundation

      Childhood World Foundation

      • Childhood World Foundation. Contact the foundation in one of 16 countries here>>

        World Childhood Foundation was founded in 1999 by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden; her focus is aimed at the most marginalized children, the ones most often ignored and forgotten. Childhood supports over 100 projects in 16 countries, working with children victims of abuse, families at risk, children in alternative care and street children. Childhood World Foundation is a nonprofit, child-focused, professionally-run organization that provides educational, food, shelter, and a safe haven to those affected by chronic kidney disease.

    3. Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse
      • Understand the Risks of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Visit us here here>>

        Drugs and alcohol have a greater effect on teens than on adults. The signs of addiction can be difficult to understand, and many adolescents don’t realize the long-term damage drugs have on their bodies because the short-term side effects fade. If you have questions about drug abuse or think that your teen has an addiction, help is available.

    4. Born to Do Drugs
      • Overcoming a Family History of Addiction. Visit us here here>>

        Children born into families with a history of addiction or abuse are at increased risks for substance use disorders later in life. They must overcome genetic predispositions, familial influences and chaotic environments. The odds are stacked against them, and the statistics say most of them are destined to become addicts. But some children, despite all obstacles in their path, overcome the odds and live a life free of addiction. Contact us today, help is available.

    5. PTSD and Addiction
      • PTSD and Addiction is a Co-Occurring Mixed Disorder. Visit us here for more information here>>

        Frequently co-occurring among people with substance use disorders, PTSD is a debilitating mental disorder that affects people who have lived through a traumatic event or prolonged trauma. Simultaneous treatment for substance abuse disorders and PTSD has been shown to alleviate symptoms of both disorders and often is the only lifeline to save people drowning in the afflictions of the disorders.

    6. Protect Children Online Stop Internet Service Providers Tracking Your Child Online

      Dedicated to the Education of Parents & Children about the hidden threats of the Internet including social media.

      • Privacy.net teaches you and your child about the dangers of surfing the net. Protect Children Online is dedicated to the education of parents and children alike to the threats that the Internet can pose to our children. Whether it is Internet predators, cyber bullying, or any other Internet threat to our children, the threat is there. Learn how to stop Internet Service Providers (ISPs), advertisers, and hackers gathering information about your child's privacy, phone numbers, home addresses. Childabuse.com recommends Privacy.net is a terrific resource

    7. International Child Abuse Network

      premier provider of crisis, information and referral services world-wide for those who are having issues around child abuse at YESICAN.ORG

      • Contact info call (888)224-4226 - (NOT A CRISIS LINE)
        International Child Abuse Network (Yes ICAN)
        7657 Winnetka Avenue PMB 155
        Canoga Park, CA 91306-2677

      • YESICAN - Working worldwide to break the cycle of child abuse

    8. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

      Missing & Exploited Children

      • Contact info: 703-224-2150
        National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
        Charles B. Wang International Children's Building
        699 Prince Street
        Alexandria, Virginia 22314-3175 USA

        "The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children opened in 1984 to serve as the nation's clearinghouse on issues related to missing and sexually exploited children."
        To report child sexual exploitation use our CyberTipline To report information about a missing child call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).

    9. Recovery Connection

      helping to prevent juveniles from becoming delinquent, break the cycle of addiction- Teen Drug Addiction Program. Recovery Connection

      • Contact Info TEL (800)-993-3869 24 hr (NOT A CRISIS LINE)
        multiple locations throughout USA, log on to find a center near you

    10. Cyber Angles

      Helping to keep kids safe on line

      • Contact info 982 East 89th St
        Brooklyn, NY 11236

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