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Real help for people involved in child custody -- initial determination of custody or change of custody -- or divorce. This listing of individuals, groups, companies, services, organizations and professionals can make a difference today. Just starting or starting over -- this is the place to begin.

Parenting at a Distance
Staying in touch with the children who live in your heart but not in your home.

As a bipolar mother I will never have custody of my children. That is the hardest thing I had to accept. Parenting at a Distance helps me send them activities that will help them remember me with some happy memories. I am getting better and they are getting older. Some day there will be an opportunity for us to sit together. I will tell them how much joy I found in putting together their projects and I hope they will be able to tell me how much they enjoyed my efforts. Really a good book. Meghan Morris --Letter to the publisher

Parenting at a Distance, has been a great resource for me. At first the mother of my son didn't want to help me communicate with the kids. The fact that I had a plan for contact with them and was consistent won her over. I think she gets as much a kick out of the seeing what will be in the next package as the boys do. Ken Richards --Weekend Fathers Newsletter.

Divorce Resource Canada  (416) 835-0124
3 Ridge Hill Drive, Toronto, ON M6C 2J2

DIVORCE RESOURCE CANADA specializes in helping Canadians navigate the divorce process by offering the DRC Survival Kit Series - A series of  Divorce Survival Kits containing vital information that one needs when going through the divorce process in Canada. From the 'Basic' and 'Advanced' to the 'Ultra' - We've got a kit that will suit you based on the level of animosity involved in your particular divorce. Also, we off the DRC DIVORCE COURSE. Based in Toronto, this is a course (separate classes for men and women) that encompasses a FULL DAY training program where people learn everything from Divorce Law Basics to how to avoid Divorce Dirty Tricks and everything in between.

Dear Judge, Reviews Spot on YouTube

    This book can reassure parents doing the right things, and has opened the hearts of an angry, self-centered parents, allowing them to put the needs of the children before their own desires. Parents often think they know what is going on in the hearts of their children, and are stunned to discover how much children see, hear and know. Get this book to see how children express their concerns. Give this book to someone who needs to know how the children feel. You will see your children in these letters. The letters are funny, sad, happy, hopeful and amazing. This book is has 190 letters. PayPal   Google is a unique online service that can help you win custody, change custody, or reduce child support. ParentingTime is used every day by thousands of parents and families worldwide. ParentingTime is an online custody calendar that allows you to easily schedule and track parenting time as well as monitor compliance with your custody arrangement. Find out more here, or try the Demo to experience ParentingTime for yourself.

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Grandparents Winning Custody of Grandchildren: A Grandparent's Story of Success

Neil and Gail Gallagher are winners in the fight to gain custody of your grandchildren. They truly are the voice of the children. Because of their 4 year quest to protect their grandchildren, they know the legal obstacles and challenges you may encounter along the way. They have been through the process and pain and their story and struggles will inspire you to press ahead and never quit in your quest for answers. In Gail's new book Grandparents Winning Custody Of Grandchildren, you will find the information you need in your quest to rescue your grandchildren.

The Hands-On Guide to Surviving Adult Children Living at Home

If you're faced with the frustration of dealing with adult children moving home -with their children and with or without their significant other, you need to know you're not alone. They may be taking advantage of you without even meaning to or maybe they don't care that they are using you and your resources up. This site has great information to help you. They even have a contract for you and your adult children to sign that sets the rules and obligations that the adult child is expected to be responsible for.
While it's nice to think that families with adult children living with parents can always get along like they do on TV, the fact is that having adult children return home -- also called boomerang kids -- can put a ton of stress on you and your partner.

Wayne M. Rooney Consulting Detective 808-371-7301

P.O. Box 807 Haleiwa, HI 96712

We specialize in finding Missing Children. Parental abduction, runaways, and kidnapped children; all can be found.

 A.Williams Solicitors UK      +44 20 7031 0363/4

7 Portland Place,London W1B 1PP

A. Williams & Co.(Solicitors); Transnational legal practice licensed by the Law Society. The practice areas include employment, divorce, shipping, clinical negligence, immigration, arbitration, commercial and general litigation. Member of IBA World Trade (WTO) and credentials Committee.

Law Offices of Dr. Hassan Amirshahi & Associates               (9821) 88320174

258 Motahari Ave., Tehran 15887, Iran

We are, inter alia, family law attorneys specializing in divorce , visitation and custody and related issues (such as tracking assets in Iran, private investigation in Iran, service of process in Iran...). Our offices are located in Tehran (Iran) and we take up and handle cases only where one party is of Iranian nationality or is known to have ended up, with our without the child, in Iran. For our contact details, please visits our sites in English or in French with, respectively, the following URLs:   or

Has a new marriage suddenly thrown step-siblings into the already frenzied mix of your blended family? If so, youre likely to have your hands full: Managing a bigger family, warding off negative emotions, and making sure all the kids get along. But fear not, help is just a click away in the form of clinical social worker Debra Burrell, who shares her expert tips with Debbie.

Joint Parents provides parents with the tools to simplify divorced parenting:

* Joint custody / co-parenting
* Scheduling
* Expense Tracking
* Discussions
* Photos
* Diary  ... and much more

International Child Abduction Booklet

The US State Department provides information for use by parents whose child may have been abducted.

US Office of Children's Issues

Provides resources for recovery of abducted children.

Children's Passport Issuance Alert Program (CPIAP)

Is a service for the parents and legal guardians of minor children that enables the Department of State's Office of Children's Issues to notify a parent or court ordered legal guardian before issuing a U.S. passport for his or her child.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)

Is the clearinghouse for resources and information on children who have been abducted or are otherwise missing.

Countries that have signed the Hague Convention

Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

The organization of family law specialists in the area of International aspects of family law, including international child abduction.

International Child Abduction Database (INCADAT)

They have a  database of cases and other resources for the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.


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Equal Parenting in Canada
15377 Pacific Ave,  White Rock,  British Columbia V4b 1R3
To recognize the rights of children to be raised by both parents. Empower & or Educate parents concerned with parenting. New groups to be starting up in Surrey, Port Coqiutlam, British Columbia, Canada real soon 604-531-6091 or Vancouver 604-692-5613 has been running for years now 

Win Your Child Custody War 13th Edition, Pub Date 2011 Shipping Now!

Over 800 triple-columned pages of vital information about fighting for custody of your children. This book is for parents facing a vicious or dangerous person on the other side. Topics include your child having an attorney of his or her own, who must listen to the child's wishes, admit-deny to pin down the lies once and for all, how to keep your job from losing your child custody case, home study, psychological evaluation, false accusations of child abuse, dealing with real child abuse, Parental Alienation Syndrome, how to turn hearsay into documented evidence, hiring a great attorney and grounds for suing a bad one, the difference between issues and non-issues, how to produce contact logs that will help rather than hurt your case and much more. In most cases the other parent does not win custody you lose custody. This book won't let that happen to you. Information about fathers' rights, mothers' rights, grandparent rights and attorneys. This manual has been on the market longer, and is updated more often, than any other available. Click here to see how parents, grandparents and professionals Praise this manual. For people going through a divorce or the never-married parent. This is not a cheap download. It is an expensive manual. It costs less than 1/2 hour with a good attorney and gives you hundreds and more topics than any other product.  Available at the biggest,  Google the fastest delivery, and PayPal the most popular. Click here to see the YouTube Clip

How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up     

How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up, is a book for young children about coping with regular visitation to separate parents, especially long-distance visitation. Written in very simple language arising from the point of view of a young boy who had a hard time adjusting to the stress of traveling back and forth to visit his mother. How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up offers more than just a mere advisory text - it has point-by-point observations, travel safety tips, and numerous fun activities to pass the travel time. Click here to see the Table of Contents. How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up is highly recommended reading, and a great resource for any parent having to take a child on a long-distance trip to visit friends and relations.  Available at

The International Divorce Law Office at Morley & Trager

The decision about which law applies to a divorce, custody, support or other matrimonial case and the decision as to which court will hear the case can have an enormous impact on the eventual outcome of the case. These issues are often extremely complex and confusing, even to lawyers are very familiar with the laws of their local jurisdiction. That's where we come in. We can help to guide you to the best decision and then take you through the entire process. We have the experience, know-how, international experience and connections with matrimonial counsel internationally to provide you with appropriate advice and strong, effective representation. We operate locally in New York with a global network of correspondents and contacts. We are extremely experienced in representing divorcing clients whose affairs are international. We offer sensible advice and effective representation to our clients, based on our great experience in international matrimonial and business matters, together with plain common sense. We provide an extremely personalized service, quickly and efficiently. We get the job done for our clients so that they can get on with their lives. We consult with clients who are moving to a new stage of their lives. Many of them have assets in multiple jurisdictions, have more than one residency, have business affairs in different locations and have great concerns about the residency, the custody and the well-being of their children. Our clients are frequently in great need of expert, practical advice that is based on an understanding of the laws of different states, provinces or countries. They need our counsel - often in conjunction with local counsel in other jurisdictions -- to create intelligent strategies that will lead them most effectively to the next stages of their lives. We understand the concerns of our clients. They are frequently under unusual stress and sometimes in great crisis. They require special understanding and support. We also know that divorce does not exist in a vacuum. We have had our own direct and personal experiences of divorce and we have a full appreciation of the stresses and the practicalities of life in the real world."

Child Custody Witness Guide for Deposition or in Court
    Essential to giving the testimony you need to give. Critical for the witnesses you are counting on. Important for all types of cases and essential for child custody and divorce cases. You only get one chance to protect your fathers rights, mothers rights or grandparent rights in court. Avoid the tricks and traps of questioning. This books fast easy solution will let you watch the effectiveness of your case skyrocket! This book is 5 1/2" X 9" with more than 230 pages.

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Divorce Support Plus 
    Queen Elizabeth Health Complex, 2100 Marlowe, Suite 401, Montreal, Quebec H4A 3L5 Canada
    We provide support services to all members of families experiencing separation or divorce. Offering private coaching, support groups and workshops, we specialize in divorce recovery and inter/personal growth & development.  (514) 817-0627

Reena Sommer & Associates 
    111 Pulford Street
    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Canada R3L 1X8
    We provide support services to families experiencing divorce and separation. We are a group of family life consultants with backgrounds in psychology, social work and family studies. We specialize in working with high conflict families and intervene in cases of PAS. We also conduct custody and access evaluations. Helping clients explore options in troubled relationships.         
    (204) 487-7247

Aktion Recht des Kindes auf beide Eltern, Austria
    Eberhard Probst, Ried im Innkreis, Austria/Europe
    JTel/Fax:+43/(0)7752/ 86821 Mobil: +43/(0)664/3344777

Crouch: International Child Abduction Remedies
    A Call For Help, a Family Law Article by Richard Crouch, Attorney at Law, 2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 550, Arlington, Virginia 22201; (703) 528-6700;

Department of State - Important Telephone Numbers

    U.S. Department of State telephone numbers that may prove useful in a child abduction case.

Department of State - Office of Children's Issues

The United States Central Authority under The Convention On The Civil Aspects of Child Abduction.

Child Abduction Unit

    Provides information about the rights of parents, how to proceed in a child abduction case.

England and Wales

    International Parental Child Abduction. This connects to the Official Solicitor's Office who is the Central Authority for England and Wales.

National Child Rescue Organization

    Each year thousands of innocent families are destroyed by the state! This website will tell you who's behind it, why it's done, how it's done and what to do to protect your family from Britain's army of official child abusers Our Aims And Ideals and our intention to expose the worst persecution of innocent families since Nazi Germany. The purpose of the National Child Rescue Organisation (NCRO) is to protect children from abuse, whether that abuse originates from their own home environment or, as so often happens, from the British 'Nazi-like' State controlled child protection agencies. Remember the Nazi-like antics employed by these agencies in Cleveland, Rochdale, the Orkneys, Pindown and the North Wales children homes sex abuse scandals? The same antics are being employed today, but the States secret family court procedures are designed to stop the facts being disclosed to the unsuspecting public.


    International Parental Child Abduction. Since the mid-1970's, when we first began compiling statistics on this subject, the Department of State has taken action in more than 4,200 cases where children have either been abducted from the United States or wrongfully detained in a foreign country. We have provided information in response to thousands of additional inquiries regarding child custody, visitation rights and effective abduction prevention techniques such as supervised visitation.


    International Parental Child Abduction. Japan is not a signor to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.

    Japanese civil law stresses that in cases where custody cannot be reached by agreement between the parents, the Japanese Family Court will resolve the issue based on the best interests of the child. The Civil Affairs Bureau of the Japanese Ministry of Justice states that, in general, redress in child custody cases is sought through habeas corpus proceedings in the court. There is no preferential treatment based on nationality or gender. Although visitation rights for non-custodial parents are not expressly stipulated in the Japanese Civil Code, court judgments often provide visitation rights for non-custodial parents. In order to bring a custody issue before the Family Court, the left-behind parent will require the assistance of a Japanese attorney. A parent holding a custody decree issued in U.S. courts must therefore retain local Japanese counsel to apply to the Japanese courts for recognition and enforcement of the U.S. decree.


    International Child Abduction. Jordanian laws regarding divorce and custody of minor children are adjudicated in religious courts. If the marriage partners are Muslim, disputes will be resolved before a Sharia court judge who will apply principles of Islamic law. In the case of Christians, the court will be an Ecclesiastical Court composed of clergymen from the appropriate religious community. For Christians, the law will be derived from principles governing family status in the Greek Orthodox Church, Roman Catholic Church or other Christian denominations.


    International Parental Child Abduction. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction came into force between the United States of America and Mexico on October 1, 1991. The Hague Convention provisions for return apply to children who were taken to Mexico after 10/1/91. Parents and legal guardians of children taken to Mexico before 10/1/91 may still submit applications for access to the child under the Hague Convention.


    International Parental Child Abduction. Under Pakistani family law, which is based on Islamic law, the father controls virtually all aspects of his family's life. He decides where his wife and children will live, how the children are to be educated and whether or where they may travel. Courts rarely, if ever, give custody of children to a woman who is not a Muslim, who will not raise the children as Muslims, does not plan to raise them in Pakistan, or has remarried. In all probability, even if the mother wins custody, the children would still need the father's permission, to leave the country. Any matter of custody in Pakistan can only be resolved through the appropriate local judicial system.

Saudi Arabia

    International Parental Child Abduction. In Saudi Arabia, child custody is based on Islamic law. The primary concern of Saudi courts in deciding child custody cases is that the child be raised in accordance with the Islamic faith.


    International Parental Child Abduction. Syrian custody law generally follows Islamic law. The father or his family is usually entitled to custody of a child. Although the courts do grant the mother physical custody in some cases, permission to take the children outside Syria is not granted (See Exit Permits below), particularly when the child is under nine years old if a boy, or under eleven years old if a girl. Some American parents have been successful in obtaining custody before Syrian courts. A list of lawyers willing to handle such cases is available from both the Office of Children’s Issues and the U.S. Embassy in Damascus. One important factor in obtaining custody in Syria is whether the Syrian parent has registered either the marriage or the child's birth with Syrian authorities, either in Syria or at the Syrian Embassy in Washington. Contact the Office of Children’s Issues in the Department of State or the Syrian Embassy to inquire if a marriage or birth has been registered, if a child has been issued a Syrian passport, or for general information on Syrian family law. See contact information below.


    International Parental Child Abduction. Under Thai law, the question of child custody is addressed in Book Five of the Thai Civil and Commercial Code under the general headings Termination of Marriage and Rights and Duties of Parent and Child. The relevant portions of the law follow in full: Section 1520. In case of divorce by mutual consent, the agreement for the exercise of parental power over each of the children shall be made in writing. In the absence of such agreement or (if) an agreement thereon cannot be reached, the matter shall be decided by the court. In case of divorce by judgment of the court, the parental power belongs to the party in whose favor the judgment is given, unless it is decided by the court that the parental power shall belong to the other party, or that a third person shall be the guardian. Section 1521. If it appears that the guardian as provided in Section 1520 behaves himself or herself improperly or there is a change of circumstances after the appointment, the court has the power, after taking into consideration the happiness and interest of the child, to give an order appointing a new guardian.

New Zealand Men's Rights Association
    GENUINE sexual equality means input from Masculists, balancing the Feminist agenda.

Families Need Fathers (UK)

The PapaHood
    The Life and Times of a Canadian At-Home Dad
    Hi. Welcome to The PapaHood. This site is patched together by a sometimes-organized at-home dad, and was started in June 1997, when I didn't know much about the Web, and just beginning with HTML. I haven't been able to work on the page much since the Spring because I've been doing some volunteer work for another site (, but that will be calming down a little bit soon, and then I can get back in the swing of things here. Well, as if I wasn't busy enough. We went on a trip to eastern Québec for 10 days, and now we're in the final stages of moving. Some day I'll get back to work on this darn thing. Sorry to keep putting you off. I contribute articles based on my life at home with my son, and reserve the right to veer off every now and then and discuss something different. There are other sites out there, and I'd like to help you find them. The ever-expanding Links Page is there for that reason. You can also follow the web- rings to visit other sites relating to fathers. There are some great resources for at-home dads out there, but frankly, nowhere near enough, yet. I'll try to keep an eye on them to see what we can do to keep this one a little different. It's not a competition, there's plenty of room for everyone.

Home-Dad Link (UK)
    Home-Dad Link is an organization aiming to promote social contact between dads at home, single fathers, their children and families. Home-Dad Link serves dads in the United Kingdom.

    DAD-to-DAD is an organization for Dads who stay at-home with their children. DAD-to-DAD was founded by Curtis Cooper of Atlanta, Georgia in 1995. The group, first called "Mr. Mom", was started with only a few Dads in the surrounding Atlanta area. When Curtis first became an At-Home Dad, he tried joining groups of At-Home Moms in their playgroups. He was looking for a group that could help meet a certain need all of us Full-Time Dads have - support, networking and a playgroup for the kids. Despite his attempts to "fit-in", Curtis still felt something needed to be done to pull together other At-Home Dads. So, he formed "Mr. Mom". After some discussion about the name, it was unanimously decided to change the name of the organization to DAD-to-DAD. The organization has grown by leaps & bounds and has even gone international with chapters all over North America and in other countries as well.

Children of the Underground
    The Children of the Underground Watch Newsletter Site is the official location on the Web that monitors the activity of the Children of the Underground Organization. The authors of this site have been researching this group for the past decade. They are working on a book and other published works that details the activities of this group. We feel that the media has really never got this story right. The Children of the Underground Watch Web site and Newsletter is our honest and sincere attempt to fairly and justly inform the public of this issue. Many of our subscribers and members of the media have asked us who we are. We do not wish to disclose our true identity to the general public at this time. These Underground Organizations have a well connected group of litigious attorneys and private investigators that have been known to harass non-supporting individuals and organizations. The authors will disclose that politically they are not affiliated with any specific organization and are supportive of all major missing children's organizations. Please subscribe to our Free Newsletter for Searching Parents, Family and Friends of Missing Children, Law Enforcement, the Media, Missing Children Organizations, Family Abduction Consultants and Private Investigators.

National Center for Protective Parents 
    1908 Riverside Drive, Trenton, NJ 08618

    Provides free services, including free legal representation where available for parents protecting abused children, attorney training, expert witnesses, legal research, referral services and advocacy in Civil Child Sexual Abuse Cases.

    The NCPP was founded as a grass roots effort by one attorney, one domestic violence professional and one child support advocate and funded by the attorney for the first eighteen months. The sole focus of the process was to protect abused children caught in the midst of custody litigation. Non-abusing parents were losing custody to abusers simply because they could not afford to pay for qualified legal representation. Those who could pay for representation found that most attorneys were not knowledgeable about custody cases were abuse issues existed, or how these issues made the case different and difficult. As a result, thousands of children were being placed with cruel and violent parents. It was evident that just having an attorney was not enough. Experienced family law attorneys had to be trained regarding how to better litigate custody cases involving abuse. The focus of the NCPP has always been a narrow one: to offer resources to non-abusive parents in order that they be given an opportunity to protect their children through the legal system. Approximately 85% of these parents are mothers and 15% are fathers. Since incorporation in August of 1992, the NCPP has served 2,412 parents nationwide. These services range from advice and information, to assigning a free attorney, consultations with the parents and/or their submitting legal briefs on appeal in support of protective parent cases, publishing a newsletter titled Alternatives For Protective Parents, making referrals for parents who need expert witnesses, evaluations, therapy for themselves or their children and for medical evaluations of child abuse. The NCPP is committed to assist these parents in any way that is legally and ethically allowable and within funding restrictions. All services are free.

    An NCPP two-year pilot attorney training program in New Jersey was funded by the state Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy Fund generating 117 pro bono representations by offering three days of intensive training on custody cases involving issues of abuse to experienced family law attorneys at no charge, on the condition that each attorney with the NCPPP to accept three pro bono referrals within two years of completion of the training. The NCPP is the only agency or organization serving this population of commendable parents who ask nothing more than that their children be protected in the courts.
    T (609) 394-1506 F (609) 394-2574

Lesbian Mothers Support Society
    LMSS is a Canadian, non-profit group which strives to provide peer support for lesbian parents and their children, as well as those lesbians considering parenthood. Through social functions such as potlucks and children's activities, lesbian families are able to share experiences and support each other in a positive environment. We also attempt to provide legal/medical/psychosocial referrals as needed. Some of the issues of interest to LMSS are the rights of non-biological parents, access to insemination for lesbians seeking to become parents, custody issues in lesbian family breakups, and equal treatment of lesbian families in society. We welcome input from lesbian parents anywhere who are willing to share their knowledge and experiences with us. LMSS believes that knowledge is empowerment and so we maintain a small reference library of books, files of articles and essays, and a collection of videos. We can also offer limited access to the World Wide Web.

NO BULLY website
    This site is part of the Telecom/Police STOP BULLYING Campaign. Spot and Bo are here to show you around the site. You can hang out with Bo and his friends and play the No Bully game, and he's got lots of other useful stuff for kids. Spot can help you to find out about support services in your community and ways that adults can help kids to deal with bullying. This site originates in New Zealand but addresses a world wide problem. Telecom is the major sponsor of Police programmers which help young New Zealanders to avoid becoming offenders or victims of crime. The programmers encourage children and young people to act safely and confidently to protect themselves and their property, and avoid drug abuse. Telecom supports the Police because we recognize it is the responsibility of all New Zealanders to allow our children and young people to grow up in a safe and healthy environment.

International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

    A must for international law. Linked to many, many other law oriented sites.

International Child Abduction Attorney Network

    ICANN's purpose is to increase legal representation for parents in incoming cases under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.


The Domestic Violence & Incest Resource Centre (Melbourne)

The DVIRC site has information about their services, statistics on domestic violence and information for victims of domestic violence and incest. 

Violence Free Family Life: Women's Safety Plan

This safety plan was adapted for domestic violence victims in Australia (from The Nashville Police Department). Domestic violence experts strongly recommends that anyone thinking of leaving an abusive relationship and/or making a safety plan should do so in consultation with a trained domestic violence counselor. 

Women's Resource Information and Support Centre

WRISC is located in Ballarat and offers confidential personal support for women and children who have or are experiencing domestic violence.

Centro de Estudo e Atendimento Relativos ao Abuso Sexual

O Centro de Estudo e Atendimento Relativos ao Abuso Sexual, parte da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, ofrece atendimento em saúde mental nos níveis individual e familiar para pessoas envolvidas em relações incestuosas. Tambem faz estudo e pesquisa nesta área. 

Human Rights Step by Step Association

13, Maria Luiza Blvd, Fl.2, Varna, Bulgaria 9000
359 52 608 718

Vancouver: Battered Women's Support Services

BWSS provides free support services and educational workshops for all women who are or have been in an abusive, intimate relationship as an adult. 

Canada Court Watch Program

Box 30, Reimer Corporate Building 5500, North Service Rd., Burlington, Ontario L7L 6W6
Toronto Area Prime Line: (416) 410-4115

Court Watch Yukon
Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre

503 Hanson Street
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1Y9
(867) 667-2693

Women’s Court Watch
Woman Abuse Council of Toronto

1652 Keele Street, Suite 129, Toronto, Ontario M6N 3W3
(416) 944-9242


Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos

La Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos tiene una iniciativa nacional en contra de la violencia (clic Unidad Nacional contra la Violencia). El sitio web tiene información sobre la violencia interfamiliar, cómo reconocerla, y sugerencias para pedir ayuda y vivir libre de este peligro.

Violence Free Family Life: Women's Safety Plan

This safety plan was adapted for domestic violence victims in New Zealand (from The Nashville Police Department). Safe Xchange strongly recommends that anyone thinking of leaving an abusive relationship and/or making a safety plan should do so in consultation with a trained domestic violence counselor. 


Zero Tolerance Charitable Trust

List of myths and facts and information on how you can help by getting involved.

SAWNET (South Asian Women's Network)

Links and resources for South Asian women living in India, the U.S. and Canada.

Teléfonos Utiles

Teléfonos para emergencias, incluyendo una línea para mujeres víctimas de la violencia.


Este artículo de El Ucabista, el periódico de la Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, presenta la violación como manifestación de violencia social. Incluye direcciones y teléfonos de las instituciones donde las víctimas de violación pueden pedir ayuda.

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