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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
Grandparents United for Children's Rights
CourtWatch, Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (317) 917-3685 or (800) 538-3393
1915 W. 18th Street, Ste. B
Indianapolis, IN 46202
CourtWatch (574) 233-9491
YWCA of St. Joseph County
1102 S Fellow St., South Bend, IN 46601
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 Amazon.com. By an 11-year-old Author for other kids.
ParentingTime.net 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.
Indiana Council on Problem Gambling
10104 Manhattan Circle, Ft. Wayne, IN 46825
Win Your Child Custody War 13th Edition, 2011 Edition!
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
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 Amazon.com the biggest,
Google the fastest delivery, and
PayPal the most popular. Click here to see the
Forenpsych Services (818) 597-1975
Dr. Rybicki has over 25 years experience in providing evaluations and testimony in forensic matters such as child custody disputes, personal injury & PTSD cases, assessment for insanity pleas & competency to stand trial. He is licensed in Washington, California, Illinois, and Indiana. He has provided over 250 instances of trial testimony along with additional deposition testimony and offering of declarations to the Court. Dr. Rybicki can provide case-specific expert testimony as well as more generic psychological expertise testimony on a variety of topics including chemical dependency, suggestibility of witnesses, child witness testimony, issues of parent-child alienation, battered spouse syndrome, work fitness evaluation, child sexual abuse, and psychological testing. His areas of expertise include: abuse, child psychological trauma, competence for trial, criminal responsibility, dangerousness assessment, drug abuse, family issues, fitness for duty, insanity pleas, psychology, PTSD, and substance abuse.
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
Parenting at a Distance
Staying in touch with the children who live in your heart but not in your home.
There are hundreds of sites dedicated to Father's Rights Mother's Rights, Women's Rights.
All of the women.
Women living with their children
Women living apart from their children
Women struggling to keep their families in tact
Women fighting for custody of their children
Grandmothers fighting to protect their grand children
Second wives helping their husband's
All the children.
If you believe another person is a threat to themselves or someone else, please contact your local police department or any other relevant government agency.
Indiana Fathers' Network
3668 West Astor Dr., Terre Haute IN 47802-9392 (812) 238-1172
462 South 17th St., Terre Haute IN 47807-4537 (812) 238-1172
5509 Orchard Ave., Portage IN 46368-4317 (219) 884-1514
Post Office Box 1606, Marion IN 46952 (317) 668-7359
Child Custody Witness Guide for Deposition or in Court
National Coalition of Free Men
1301 Council Ct., Kokomo IN 46902
South Central Fathers' Rights
Rt 4 Box 300, Seymour IN 47274
Has a new marriage suddenly thrown step-siblings into the already frenzied mix of your blended family? If so, you’re 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.
Indiana Sex Offender Registry
Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (317) 232-1233
302 West Washington Street, Room E-209, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Pace Chapter of Children's Rights
Post Office Box 2348, Indianapolis IN 46206-2348
(317) 846-8432 or (317)845-9660.
Parent & Children's Equal Rights
228 1/2 East 4th St., Brookville IN 47012
Child Custody Case Management Forms
Killers & Boosters for Child Custody Cases
(Attitude Adjustment for Child Custody Case Litigants)
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
Fathers United of Henryville
7210 Bethany Rd., Charlestown IN 47111
Baptist Marriage Encounter
Episcopal Marriage Encounter
Jewish Marriage Enhancement
International Lutheran Marriage Encounter
Methodist Marriage Encounter
Roman Catholic Marriage Encounter
Seventh-Day Adventist Marriage Encounter
United Church of Christ Marriage Encounter
Interfaith Marriage Encounter Circle
Marriage Encounter, is a weekend away from home, family and responsibilities where in a comfortable, secluded environment a couple is guided in the discovery of new techniques of communicating and sharing with one another. It is not a retreat, but it is a program designed to give couples the opportunity to examine their lives together, their weaknesses and strong points, their attitudes toward each other and toward their families. Couples are given the opportunity to look at themselves, privately with their partner in an honest, face-to-face, heart-to-heart encounter.
Engaged Encounter, is a weekend experience designed to help couples prepare personally and as a couple for marriage. The focus is on the marriage, not on the wedding. "A wedding is a day ... a marriage is a lifetime." Couples are shown communication and decision-making techniques they can use throughout their lifetime together. Engaged Encounter is specifically designed for quiet reflection and discussion by each couple. It is a positive, simple, common-sense experience between two people who are either seriously considering engagement, engaged or recently married. At no time will the couple be asked to share their private experiences with the group.
Law Enforcement Agencies in Indiana
NO BULLY website
This site originates in New Zealand but addresses a world wide problem. Telecom is the major sponsor of Police programs which help young New Zealanders to avoid becoming offenders or victims of crime. The programs 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.
IRS Forms & Publications
American Medical Association
Coalition for the Restoration of Parental Rights
Grandparent Visitation - The Parent's Perspective. We are families who have been devastated by Grandparent Visitation laws. We may be survivors of child abuse or neglect, who have survived only to see our children be court ordered to visit with our abusers. We may be grandparents, outraged by court ordered intrusion into our children's lives. We may be single persons, parents or grandparents. Our common bond is that we have witnessed what the Grandparent's Right's movement and Grandparent Visitation legislation has done to those we care deeply for. We are committed to changing these laws for the sake of our children. And, our children's children.
Law Enforcement Agencies
American Psychiatric Association
American Psychoanalytic Association
American Psychological Association
American Society of Addiction Medicine
"The nation's medical specialty society dedicated to educating physicians and improving the treatment of individuals suffering from alcoholism or other addictions." (301) 656-3920
Center for Mental Health Services
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
CHADD Works To Improve the Lives of People With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Through Education, Advocacy, and Support. We the People, Building Partnerships Through Education, Advocacy, Support and Research. (800) 233-4050 or (301) 306-7070
Court Appointed Special Advocates
One judge had an idea to help these children find a way into safe, permanent homes more quickly. His idea was CASA...
Internet Mental Health
National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
National Depressive and Mani-Depressive Association
Stand For Children
Until every child goes to school "Ready to Learn, Ready
to Succeed," America's promise will never be realized. What does it mean
for every child to be "Ready to Learn, Ready to Succeed?" In addition to
caring and supportive parents, it takes quality and affordable: health coverage,
child care, out-of-school activities, education, and violence-free communities.
How can you take action to support our children? Join Stand For Children
and become part of a growing nationwide grassroots voice for children. Email
your Members of Congress to Stand For Children on specific issues. Share
your thoughts, and read what others have to say, on issues affecting children.
Sign the Stand For Children pledge.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Indiana Family Child Support Bureau
402 W. Washington St., Room W360, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 232-4894
Legal Aid Attorneys:
Legal Services Organization of Indiana (317) 631-9410, Ext. 297
Volunteer Lawyers Program
Legal Services of Northwest Indiana
Indianapolis Community Legal Assistance Project (317) 267-8997
Indianapolis Bar Association Pro Bono Referral System
Marion County Bar Association Pro Bono Referral System
Legal Services Organization of Indiana, Inc.
Monroe County Bar Association's Pro Bono Project
National Association of Social Workers
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