Resources/Help

HUG YOUR CHAOS, Coaching Services
http://hugyourchaos.com/about/
Leave disconnection, discontent, and the “not quite right” behind and find abundance, life mastery, empowerment and peace. Break free from the chains of what life “should” look like and learn to walk your authentic life path. Tired of living ensnared by your shadows? Face your fear and hug your chaos, learn to live in magic, authenticity and abundance.

The National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information
http://www.childwelfare.gov
330 C Street, SW
Washington, DC 20447
Phone: 800-394-3366, 703-385-7565
Fax: 703-385-3206
Aims to educate individuals and communities about how they can help prevent the abuse and neglect of children. Provides current contacts, statistics, background information, and a "hotlinked" compilation of online resources, all focused on prevention of child maltreatment.

Addiction Center
https://www.addictioncenter.com/alcohol/
Phone: 877-655-5116
Addiction Center is your one spot stop for addiction and drug information. Whether a loved one or an addict yourself, Addiction Center has the information you need to get back onto your feet.

DrugRehab.com
https://www.drugrehab.com
Phone: 855-544-6542
At DrugRehab.com, our mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.

Signs of Addiction - Advanced Recovery Systems
https://www.advancedrecoverysystems.com
Phone: 866-639-8131
Recognizing the signs of addiction is the first step to getting help for yourself or guiding someone you care about to rehab.

National Drug Helpline
http://drughelpline.org
Phone: (800) 662-4357
The National Drug Helpline is an organization dedicated to providing non-commercial resources to those who are suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse. We are not an official non-profit, but we are not compensated in anyway by our efforts. We are a grassroots organization of individuals who have either directly or indirectly faced the effects of addiction. We strive to equip those who are struggling through addiction with helpful resources and contact information.

Recovery.org
http://www.recovery.org
Phone: 1-888-742-0502
Our mission at Recovery.org is to connect people and their families with the information and resources to help them recover from substance abuse and behavioral disorders. We are a private resource and do not receive funding from any state or government programs, working instead with some of the country’s most respected treatment organizations who support and sponsor our efforts.

Rehabs.com
http://www.rehabs.com
Phone: 1-888-742-0502
At Rehabs.com, we are proud to be connecting people with top rehab centers across the country. Studies show that people completing full courses of inpatient treatment are statistically far more likely to succeed than those who forego long-term care.

BatteredWomen.com
http://www.BatteredWomen.com
Phone: 561-633-9611
A place where women unite! Web site is dedicated to all the battered women and abuse victims in the world.

Comprehensive Guide to Domestic Abuse
http://www.datingwebsites.org/domestic-abuse/
Though popular culture focuses less on domestic violence than it did ten years ago, the truth is violence between partners continues to affect almost all men, woman and children in the United States and worldwide.

Prevent Child Abuse America
http://www.preventchildabuse.org
200 S. Michigan Avenue, 17th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604-2404
Phone: 312-663-3520
Fax: 312-939-8962
Works to prevent child abuse in all its forms. Promotes and certifies Healthy Families America sites.

American Association of Suicidology
http://www.suicidology.org
4201 Connecticut Ave., NW #408
Washington, D.C. 20008
Phone: 202-237-2280
Fax: 202-237-2282
Dedicated to the understanding and prevention of suicide. AAS promotes research, public awareness programs, education and training for professionals and volunteers, and serves as a national clearinghouse for information on suicide.

American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence
http://www.abanet.org/domviol
ABA Commission on Domestic Violence
740 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC, 20005-1022
Phone: 312-988-5522
Fax: 202-662-1594
Seeks to develop a national response to domestic violence, and improve and enhance existing policies and solutions in state and federal domestic violence law. Provides an extensive list of legal resources for victims of domestic violence.

Best Drug Rehabilitation
http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com
300 Care Center Drive
Manistee, MI 496601
Phone: (877) 459-9401
Best Drug Rehabilitation treatment centers are grounded in a desire to educate clients about a complete, healthy way of life. Withdrawing from drugs and detoxifying the body is just the beginning. Not only must the body be freed of an addiction to substance abuse, but the mind and spirit must also be cleansed.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc
Mailstop K65
4770 Buford Highway, NE
Atlanta, GA 30341-3724
Phone: 770-488-1506
Fax: 770-488-1667
As the lead federal agency for injury prevention, NCIPC works closely with other federal agencies; national, state, and local organizations; state and local health departments; and research institutions. Focuses on science-based prevention strategies to reduce injuries and deaths due to interpersonal violence and suicidal behavior.

Center for Research on Women with Disabilities (CROWD)
http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/crowd
3440 Richmond Avenue, Suite B
Houston, Texas 77046
Phone: 800-44-CROWD, 713-960-0505
Fax: 713-961-3555
Focuses on issues related to health, aging, civil rights, abuse, and independent living.

Committee for Children
http://www.cfchildren.org
2203 Airport Way S., Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98134-2027
Phone: 800-634-4449, 206-343-1223
Fax: 206-343-1445
Dedicated to promoting the safety, well being, and social development of children. Provides award-winning "Second Step" social skills curricula for the prevention of youth violence, and "Talking About Touching" to prevent child abuse, trains educators throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Families for Depression Awareness
http://www.familyaware.org
Families for Depression Awareness is a nonprofit organization providing educational information and a community to help families, especially family caregivers, recognize and cope with depression in the family. Those who have depression are suffering, are not in a position to help themselves, and need the help of the family members. However, family caregivers are usually operating with little or no knowledge and support. We offer the Helping Someone who is Depressed pamphlet; Family Profiles (interviews with photographs of families with depression) showing how depression impacts relationships and how families cope; depression seminars, and our educational web site, www.familyaware.org ,with extensive resources.

Freedom Rings
http://www.gay-rehab.com/blog/
The LGBTQ Addiction Recovery Blog - an exceptional resource for those looking for support, help and connectedness during the recovery process.

LGBTQ Addiction Treatment
http://www.lionrockrecovery.com/online-intensive-outpatient/lgbt-friendly-addiction-treatment/
An online program perfectly suited to meet the needs of diverse groups of people.

Life Skills International
http://www.lifeskillsintl.org

See the tab: Signs of Abuse / General Help: It has the topics of:

1) Men Who Hate Women
2) Red Flags, Signs of Abuse
3) Power and Control Wheel

651 Chambers Road Suite 200
Aurora, CO 80011
Phone: 303-340-0598
Fax: 303-340-0052

Life Skills International and its affiliates are a 501c(3) not for profit educational organization that is dedicated to giving individuals the information and support necessary to break free from destructive and malignant behavior patterns. With the client, we uncover the root causes of their behavior and assist in developing basic character traits that will establish healthy foundations for living and loving. Our purpose is to meet the deep needs of individuals and families in our community. These needs include spiritual, social, and psychological dimensions.

Important Phone Numbers

Suicide Help Line 1-800-784-2433
National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-537-2238
National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673
Child help USA/Forrester National Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-422-4453
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children - 1-800-843-5678
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information - 1-800-729-6686
National Clearinghouse for Child Abuse and Neglect - 1-800-394-3366
National Organization for Victim Assistance - 1-800-879-6682
Office for Victims of Crime Resource Center - 1-800-851-3420
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network - 1-800-656-4673
Resource Center on Child Protection and Custody - 1-800-527-3223

 

The Children who died at the hands of their own mother!

This site is a memorial to the children, the only true innocent victims in any type of abuse!
Kyle Venter - 4 years ·   Dana Polanco - 2 years ·   Noah Yates - 7 years ·   John Yates - 5 years ·   Luke Yates - 3 years ·   Paul Yates - 2 years ·   Mary Yates - 6 months ·   John Ledvina - 8 years ·   Rofayda Qaoud - 17 years ·   Hailey Moniz - 8 years ·   Amore Potgieter - 9 years ·   Jade Potgieter - 5 years ·   Kayla Potgieter - 5 years ·   Phillip Ewing - 8 years ·   Julie Ewing - 4 years ·   Da'Jhanae Davis - 4 years ·   Jesse Jones - 8 years ·   Tessa Jones - 4 years ·   Shiv Behera - 5 years ·   Bangiri Behera - 3 years ·   Destiny Daniels - 2 months ·   Kyohei Rikihisa - 3 years ·   Anna Vorase - 1 years ·   Olivia Vorase - 3 months ·   Kateland Titsworth - 2 years ·   De'Anna Gilbert - 1 month ·   Liberty Battaglia - 6 years ·   Faith Battaglia - 9 years ·   Gabriel Amaya - 5 months ·   Grace Headlee - 4 years ·   Anthony Garcia - 2 years ·   Cecelia Garcia - 4 years ·   Vanessa Garcia - 6 years ·   Jonathan Garcia - 6 years ·   Brenda Garcia - 10 years ·   Alissa Bryant - 9 years ·   Ashley Bryant - 10 years ·   Ethan Bryant - 12 years ·   Clayton Bryant - 15 years ·   Madison Longo - 1 years ·   Sadie Longo - 3 years ·   Zachary Longo - 4 years ·   Alana Anne Dieter - 9 years ·  Alex Smith - 1 years ·   Michael Smith - 3 years