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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.

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. Gail's book tells her story and includes the legal timeline. In Grandparents Winning Custody Of Grandchildren, you will find the information you need in your quest to rescue your grandchildren.

Putting Kids First 
Walking Away From A Marriage Without Walking Over The Kids
    A positive guide for parents to assist in dealing with issues of custody and visitation of children. The Midwest Book Review said: “ At last: a guide which advises parents on how to walk away from a marriage with the least effects on the children. New attitudes about children and divorce's effects are needed: Oddenino provides these insights, juxtaposing case history examples of parent interactions and experiences with the legal system with keys to therapies which help heal the entire family.” The author is an attorney for the Children’s Right’s Council. To order call or (936) 327-9007 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.

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

Nebraska Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Coalition

825 M Street, Lincoln, NE 68508-2246
TOLL FREE: (800) 876-6238     (402) 476-6256 (voice)       (402) 476-6806 (fax)

Stepfamily Association of America
    650 J Street, Lincoln NE 68508
    Stepfamily Association of America, Inc. is dedicated to educating and supporting stepfamilies and creating a positive image of this type of family.   (402) 477-7837 (800) 735-0329

Northern Plains Native American Chemical Dependency Association 
    P.O. Box 1153, Rapid City, SD 57709
    A non-profit organization based in Rapid City, SD. It was founded in 1988 by counselors and administrators in the four state region of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska to provide services to the professionals who work with Native American Alcoholics.  (605) 341-5360

Children's Rights Council of Nebraska 
    P.O. Box 37387, Omaha, NE 68137-5387
    The Children's Rights Council (CRC) is a national non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that works to assure children meaningful and continuing contact with both their parents and extended family regardless of the parents' marital status.  (402) 330-3353

Win Your Child Custody War  13th Edition  2011

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.

Stone Wall Forensic Audio & Video Services 
Evans and Kitchens Law Office
    P. O. Box 855, Groveton, Texas 75845
    Stone Wall offers a state-of-the-art recording studio owned by practicing attorney offers forensic audio and video services including -- transfer of micro-cassette (answering machine) to cassette tape and compact disk format transfer of cassette tape to compact disk format clean up and enhancement of recorded conversation, including removal of tape hiss, hums, background noises and transcription of conversations preparation of cassette tape and/or compact disk trial exhibits indexing relevant passages/portions of the recorded media video editing for mediation purposes video editing for trial purposes preparation of exhibits for mediation and trial.

    Extensive civil and criminal trial and appellate experience, both alone and as part of legal teams and both as prosecution (plaintiff) and defense, in District Courts in Trinity, Polk, San Jacinto, Walker, Houston, Angelina and surrounding counties including cases ranging from capital murder to forcible entry and detainer, family law, collections, personal injury, products liability, medical malpractice and deed restrictions. Numerous video and audio presentations for mediation and trial. References of judges, clients and other attorneys available upon request. Stone Wall's Chief Recording Engineer brings over 16 years of recording studio experience in Los Angeles, Houston and Dallas in addition to working with Travis Kitchens in forensic audio the last three years. A detailed resume is available upon request. Reasonable rates and expedited service when necessary. 
    (936) 642-1818

National Organization for Women
    1000 16th St. NW #700, WA., DC 20036
    N.O.W. Is an organization of Men and women who support full equality for women in truly equal partnership with men. Check out our Action Alerts and please take action NOW. YOU can make a difference. We have listed a number of other links to feminist resources/sites on the Web that we find very useful. Looking forward to hearing from you and meeting you at one of our actions, events, or meetings.
    (202) 331-0066

DVCC Court Watch    (402) 398-9928

8990 West Dodge Road, Suite 205, Omaha, NE 68114

Grands Place
    GrandsPlace is compiling a data base of support groups in each state. If you live in Arkansas and can contact the Department of Aging or any other resource that could send us information on Support Groups for the state....please take the time to do this. It would mean so much to the grandparents and special others searching for support and friends locally.

National Coalition of Free Men

The Public Hearing Room includes testimony and speeches before public bodies. This material provides excellent examples of how NCFM is representing you. ...And, it demonstrates how you can get involved in the political process in a meaningful way by joining in with NCFM. Publications listed and summarized here are available through the U.S. mail. Topics include effects of language on male behavior, discrimination against men in criminal court and more.

NE-Sex Offenders  

Victims of Child Abuse Laws
    VOCAL is a child advocacy and family rights organization that provides information, research data, emotional support, and an "experts" referral service for family members who are victims of abuse or have been abused by "system professionals". As a non-profit corporation run by unpaid volunteers and is supported by donations from its members and other concerned citizens. A group of caring, responsible parents who have been victimized by child abuse laws that enable "system professionals" to ignore the Constitutional rights of American citizens. We are doctors, lawyers, ministers, laymen and "Pro-Family" politicians who Value Our Children and Laws, and are dedicated to changing laws which enable "system professionals" to violate the Constitutional rights of American citizens. We are against those who victimize children and adults by making anonymous, malicious and false allegations of child abuse. VOCAL is against removing children from a home without court order because mental, physical and sexual abuse often occurs in foster care homes. VOCAL is against individuals who abuse their positions of authority and cause irreparable damage to families based on hearsay allegations. VOCAL is for higher standards of education for HRS caseworkers, Child Protection Team Members, and Guardian-Ad-Litem volunteers. VOCAL is for working with other pro-family organizations and encourages the active pursuit of common goals. VOCAL believes the family is the foundation of society, and any activity which weakens families is a threat to our entire society. Strengthening family unity makes for a stronger America.

Parents Without Partners
    The problems are many in bringing up our children alone, contending with the emotional conflicts of divorce, never-married, separation or widowhood. PWP Inc. is the only international organization that provides real help in the way of discussions, professional speakers, study groups, publications and social activities for families and adults. Through the exchange of ideas and companionship, we hope to further our common welfare and the well-being of our children.

Narcotics Anonymous 
    We open the doors to Meetings, Help Line #s, Door to NA Links, Other Links, Web Rings & Search and Activities.  (800) 338-8750

Mothers Without Custody
    P.O. Box 36, Woodstock, IL 60098
    Provides support and information on the national "Mothers Without Custody" and has information for starting support groups dealing with custody related issues. The purpose of Mothers Without Custody is: To enhance the quality of life for our children by strengthening the role of the non-custodial parent in regard to custody, child support, visitation, and parenting. To provide a self-directed network and an outlet for the sharing of experiences for mothers without physical custody of their children for any of the following reasons:

    Voluntary exchange of custody, Coerced voluntary exchange of custody, Court rulings, Child(ren) being abducted by the father, Child(ren) opting to live with the father or State intervention

    To educate and inform the public of issues affecting the non-custodial mother and her children in order to dispel biases against children and parents who do not have physical custody. To serve as liaison between organizations and individuals that promote children's health, happiness, and well-being, and that of mothers without custody. To cooperate with local, state, and national officials to further the well-being, health, and happiness of our children. To carry out such lawful association activities as a majority of the board of directors may direct. Pamphlets, books, shirts, informational packets - please call for details! Mother-To-Mother: a 16 page, quarterly support newsletter. $25 annual membership fee.

HHS Regulation and Licensure Division of Investigations  

    301 Centennial Mall South, P.O. Box 95164, Lincoln, NE 68509-5164
    This division investigates complaints against licensed health care facilities and health professionals. To register complaints write or call (402) 471-0175 for complaints against health care professionals.  (402) 471-0316

Resources for Stepdads:

Stepfathers on

Seven Steps to Being a Better Stepdad

Stepfathering on

Stepdad on – National Center on Fathering

TheStepfamilyLife’s Links for Stepdads

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. Available at! 

Dear Judge,    

    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

Fathers for Equal Rights
    RR 2 Box 71, Cambridge NE 69022-9802

Nebraska Council on Compulsive Gambling 
    2003 Galvin Road, Bellevue, NE 68005
    Many Nebraskans suffer from a silent illness. Its victims exhibit no physical symptoms, yet the illness inflicts great pain and suffering on the victim as well as his or her family and friends. The illness is problem gambling. And the place to learn more about this treatable problem is the Nebraska Council on Compulsive Gambling. Gambling can get out of control, resulting in unhappiness and pain for gamblers, their families and friends. When gambling reaches the out-of-control stage, it is called problem gambling. A person can become a problem gambler whether he or she is gambling on bingo or casino games, stocks or sports, real estate or the lottery, horse racing or dice, dog racing or cards, even pool or video games. The good news is that gambling addiction can be successfully treated.  (402) 291-0980 or (800) 560-2126

Nebraska Alliance for the Mentally Ill  
    1914 S. 42nd St. #517, Centermall Omaha, NE 68105
    The NAMI Consumer and Family Guide to Schizophrenia Treatment1 gives patients and families information about treatment that has been shown to work. While other interventions may also be helpful, an extensive body of research, analyzed by leading experts in schizophrenia, shows that the treatments and services. The first step in identifying the best treatment for you or your loved one is getting the right diagnosis. These treatment recommendations presume an accurate diagnosis of schizophrenia.
    (877) 463-6264 and/or (308) 865-8729 and/or (308) 237-2696

Child Custody Case Management Forms 
    2010 Edition. Chapters include forms that will help you 'Get a Handle on Your Situation', deal with 'The Professionals', institute and maintain control, 'Case management', and give you 'Examples of Legal Forms'. Fathers Rights and Mothers Rights groups encourage dads and moms to use the 'Incident Report Forms' and an observer to defuse potentially explosive confrontations. The 'Condition of the Child Form' is excellent for creating a paper trail to prove real charges or disprove false abuse charges. Other forms include Contact Problem and Incident List, Evidence to Disprove Statements, Equipment & Service Options, Witness Practice - Review, Evaluating the professionals, Authorization for Child’s Medical Care, Temporary Delegation of Parental Authority, Trip Permission. Essential to the effective management of the most important event in your life. The control you gain and maintain can help with child custody or divorce. This book is 8 1/2" X 11" and contains more than 320 examples and forms. Available at This manual has been on the market longer and is updated more often than any other available.

National Coalition of Free Men
    The Public Men seeking fair and balanced perspective to gender issues. Information and referral for services and resources. Hearing Room includes testimony and speeches before public bodies. This material provides excellent examples of how NCFM is representing you. ...And, it demonstrates how you can get involved in the political process in a meaningful way by joining in with NCFM. Publications listed and summarized here are available through the U.S. mail. Hearing Room includes testimony and speeches before public bodies. This material provides excellent examples of how NCFM is representing you. ...And, it demonstrates how you can get involved in the political process in a meaningful way by joining in with NCFM. Publications listed and summarized here are available through the U.S. mail. Topics include effects of language on male behavior, discrimination against men in criminal court and more.

Killers & Boosters for Child Custody Cases 
(Attitude Adjustment for Child Custody Case Litigants)

Advice is usually given by people without the real information or life experience, with the right intention at the wrong time. With this book you can take advice when you want it and ready to hear it. You can act on what you have learned, mull it over or discard the advice altogether without interference. This book will not allow you to give the opposition power you might imagine but that they do not really have or let you allow others to diminish the importance you play in your children's lives. Divorce is never easy, this will help. This book has been called 'Chicken Soup' for the Child Custody Case. It will help a lot and it certainly can't hurt. This book is 5 1/2" X 9" and has more than 1,700 entries. Click here to see more about the book.   Available at! 

Marriage Encounter
    Assemblies of God Marriage Encounter
    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

    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.

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.
    Tel. (609) 394-1506 Fax (609) 394-2574

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 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
    The latest IRS publications and forms with instructions for download in the various formats.

Patricia Geringer, Attorney At Law (402) 734-0635
2421 'O' Street, Omaha, NE 68107
Law Office provides Legal Services in the areas of divorce, family law, abuse and protection orders, child custody and support, father's rights, alimony, order modification, bankruptcy, real estate representation, wells & estates.

Marks Clare & Richards LLCMarks Clare & Richards, LLC

The lawyers at Marks Clare & Richards LLC provide a full range of family law services, including—

  • Divorce—terminating a marriage, including resolving all issues between the parties
  • Child custody—determining which of the parents the child or children live with and who gets the legal authority to make decisions affecting the child's health, education, and welfare
  • Parenting time—also known as visitation, this refers to the schedule of time that the non-custodial parent gets to spend with the child or children
  • Parenting plan—required by Nebraska for any couple who has minor children and is seeking a divorce, legal separation, or child custody.  A parenting plan addresses legal custody, primary residential custody, parenting time schedules, parental involvement in children's health, education, and welfare, and communication regarding the child between the parents.
  • Child support—the money paid by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent on a weekly or other periodic basis
  • Spousal support—also known as alimony, this is money paid by the supporting spouse to the supported spouse for a limited time and/or purpose, or permanently based on various factors 
  • Property valuation—our attorneys have the experience and qualifications to handle complex real estate appraisals, business valuations, family medical practice valuations, dental practice valuations, IRA assessments, and other investment valuations.  If you are a supporting spouse, you worked hard to acquire your wealth and divorce should not force you to unfairly surrender or deplete it.  If you are a supported spouse, your contributions to the marriage may entitle you to a significant share of the marital assets so it is important that they be valued accurately.
  • Modifications—your circumstances may change over time and if they do we can help you modify existing child custody, child support, parenting time, and other decree orders
  • Enforcement orders—if your ex is not complying with a court order, we can help ensure compliance
  • Mediation—as board certified family law mediators, we recognize the need to minimize the stress, anxiety, and uncertainty of a divorce proceeding.  We are able to facilitate family mediations to produce more amicable family relationships in the future.  We can show you how to have a divorce without war.
  • Collaborative divorce—we offer an advanced interdisciplinary team approach as an alternative to the court system.  Both parties and their attorneys pledge in writing to work toward a reasonable resolution without the intervention of the court process.
  • Other family law matters—including name changes, adoptions, prenuptial agreements, etc.

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.

Law Enforcement Agencies
    The Police Officer's Internet Directory

American Psychiatric Association

American Psychoanalytic Association
    The American Psychoanalytic Association is a professional organization of psychoanalysts throughout the United States. The Association is comprised of Affiliate Societies and Training Institutes in many cities and has about 3,000 individual members. We are a Regional Association of the International Psychoanalytical Association.

American Psychological Association 
    750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002  (202) 336-5500

American Society of Addiction Medicine 
    4601 North Park Ave, Arcade Suite 101, Chevy Chase, M.D. 20815

    "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
    Site includes; Search, What's New, Newsroom, Funding, Kids Area, Español, Databases, Mental Health at HHS, Calendar, Publications, Catalog, Mental Health Information, Professionals, Links and About CMHS.

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder 
    8181 Professional Place, Suite 201, Landover, MD 20785

    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

Children Now
    We work to improve the quality of news and entertainment media both for children and about children's issues.

Court Appointed Special Advocates
    A safe, permanent home isn't something a child should only dream about. Almost half a million children in the United States live in foster care, meant to be a temporary haven. They have been removed from their homes, not because they did anything wrong, but because they've been abused or neglected.
    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
    Knowledge must be shared. Our goal is to improve understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness throughout the world. Introduction Our purpose; helpful tips; how to contact us. Disorders The 52 most common mental disorders including: description, diagnosis, treatment, and research findings. Medications The 67 most common psychiatric drugs including: indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, adverse effects, overdose, dosage, and research findings.

National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression
    You Can Help Find a Cure Right now, there is not enough money to support the many important scientific projects that are paving the way for the cures for psychiatric illness. You can help. Government employees... Designate your United Way and/or CFC #1196 on your campaign's pledge card. Corporate campaigns and matching gift programs can increase the size of your gifts to NARSAD. Thank you for your support.

National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
    Site/Web Search Databases, Research Briefs, Latest Research, Conference Calendar, Workplace Issues, Resources & Referrals, Related Links, What's New, Alcohol & Drug Facts, On-Line Catalog, Funding/Grants, Online Forums, Kids Area.

National Depressive and Mani-Depressive Association 
    The National Depressive & Manic- Depressive Association would like to welcome you to our home page. It is full of helpful information from education to advocacy to support and much more.         (800) 826-3632

Stand For Children
    1834 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20009

    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.   (800) 663-4032   or   (202) 234-0095

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Nebraska Volunteer Lawyers Project (402) 475-7091

Child Support Enforcement Office 
    P.O. Box 94728, Lincoln. NE 68509   (402) 471-9103 (800) 831-4573

Nebraska State Bar Association 

635 S. 14th St., 2nd Fl., Lincoln, NE 68501  (for attorney referrals) (402) 475-7091

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