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6706 South West 54th Avenue
Portland, OR 97219
Phone: 503-894-9453
Address:
6706 South West 54th Avenue
Portland, OR 97219
Phone: 503-894-9453
Toll Free Phone: 800-944-4773
Fax: 503-894-9452
Email: support@postpartum.net
Eligibility: Prenatal and postpartum women. Also provides a group for fathers.
Services Provided: Provides online and phone services for women experiencing postpartum depression and their families.

  • Parenting Helplines
  • Perinatal/Postpartum Depression Counseling
  • General Mental Health Information/Education
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Last Updated: 11/6/2020
530 Lytton Ave, 2nd Floor
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 650-617-3474
Address:
530 Lytton Ave, 2nd Floor
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: 650-617-3474
Email: info@cybersmile.org
Services Provided: Aims to combat cyberbullying and create a safer, more enjoyable digital environment through education, awareness and support. We want to provide the people affected by online hate campaigns with the tools and coping strategies to aid and enable their swift recovery. This vision is at the core of our charity and we are committed to creating a more considerate and caring future for all.
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Last Updated: 4/24/2020
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350 Central Park West, Suite 1H
P.O. Box 276, Long Valley, NJ 07853
New York, NY 10025
Address:
350 Central Park West, Suite 1H
P.O. Box 276, Long Valley, NJ 07853
New York, NY 10025
Eligibility: Males 14 and up, overcoming sexual victimization.
Services Provided:

MaleSurvivor fosters a healing community where tens of thousands of men from more than 200 countries come together to find support, information and — most importantly — hope. Services include online forum, support groups, find a therapist, and resources for family members and loved ones of victims.

Support Groups: Find support groups, events, and reading recommendations.

Find a Therapist: Search clinics and clinicians by name or location.

For parents: Resources for parents of sexual abuse survivors.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 10/5/2020
3751 West 6h Street, #70308
Los Angeles, CA 90070
Phone: 213-365-1906 Crisis Line: 888-539-2373
Address:
3751 West 6h Street, #70308
Los Angeles, CA 90070
Phone: 213-365-1906
Crisis Line: 888-539-2373
Fax: 213-365-5257
Email: info@castla.org
Eligibility: Contact for eligibility.
Services Provided: CAST's client services programs offer support all along the continuum of a human trafficking survivor’s journey, including: emergency response, counseling and skills training, shelter, legal advocacy and survivor leadership.

Hotline & Emergency Response: 888-539-2373. The hotline provides around the clock response to victims of human trafficking and law enforcement and serves as a resource to the community for referrals, technical assistance and reporting tips regarding potential human trafficking cases. The emergency response team provides immediate, short-term services to ensure the safety and well-being of victims when they first escape their trafficking situation.

Social Services: CAST's intensive case management program offers a client-centered, trauma-informed approach to helping survivors along their journey to freedom and independence. The program begins with a comprehensive assessment to determine goals and necessary next steps. Services include basic necessities, safety planning, supportive counseling, medical, education, life skills training, employment, transportation, applying for state/federal benefits and more.

Legal Services: CAST attorneys empower survivors to assert their legal rights and choose appropriate remedies to rebuild their lives. The legal services program works collaboratively with survivors, community-based organizations, public-interest attorneys and numerous government agencies to ensure survivors of human trafficking are provided culturally-sensitive, victim-centered legal representation. Along with its in-house legal team, CAST's pro bono attorneys dedicate their time and talent assisting with immigration advocacy, criminal victim-witness advocacy, civil litigation, family law and cutting edge policy initiatives.

Youth Program: CAST recognizes the specialized needs of minor and transition age youth (TAY) survivors of human trafficking and developed specific youth-focused programming. Youth services include monthly group activities focused on empowerment, positive experiences and education; comprehensive case management with interventions geared towards youth; and individual assistance navigating various systems, including the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and Probation Department, when necessary. In addition, the program offers internships for Transition-Aged Youth (TAY), which seek to build job skills and professional development through direct work experience and mentorship.

Survivor Leadership: CAST’s work is directly informed by the real experiences of the clients it serves. The survivor leadership programs, Survivor Advisory Caucus (launched in 2003) and National Survivor Network (launched in 2011), bring together a community of survivors of human trafficking for peer-to-peer mentorship and survivor-led advocacy. Their voices on policy and public awareness have led to the development of stronger protections for victims in both California and federal anti-trafficking laws. By connecting survivors across the country, CAST supports and encourages survivors to realize their own leadership qualities and to value their insight, not just as survivors, but as experts in the field.

Training & Technical Assistance: CAST’s Comprehensive Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) program is designed to provide expertise and training for service advocates on the full spectrum of legal remedies available to human trafficking victims through individualized technical assistance, in-person training and regular working group calls. CAST TTA is now offering free support to attorneys and social service providers assisting trafficking survivors with legal needs in the following areas of law: immigration, criminal re-entry, reporting to law enforcement, ethics, criminal victim witness advocacy, program support, referrals, civil and more. Through this program, CAST's TTA team established a toll-free hotline and dedicated email to respond to breaking requests for technical assistance from both legal and social service providers. For case specific questions or individualized technical assistance for attorneys and social service providers, contact TTA through the online "Technical Assistance Request Form". We try to respond to TA requests within 72 hours. If the volume of requests is high response may be up to 7 days.

Advocacy & Public Policy: Drawing from nearly two decades of direct experience with victims of human trafficking, CAST has catalyzed first-of-its-kind legislation and has won the respect and partnership of a diverse group of policy leaders. CAST begins all its policy initiatives by engaging its main constituents – survivors themselves. These initiatives center on survivor experiences and highlight survivor advocacy. CAST not only introduces anti-trafficking legislation, but also works hard to ensure policy implementation.

Los Angeles local programs:
-Shelter
-Partnerships & Outreach
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Last Updated: 1/17/2020
101 Montgomery Street, Suite 72150
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone: 415-434-3388 xl
Organization Name: National Center on Caregiving
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Address:
101 Montgomery Street, Suite 72150
San Francisco, CA 94104
Phone: 415-434-3388 xl
Toll Free Phone: 800-445-8106
Services Provided: Caregiver services, policy and research. Search for state-based resources using the Family Care Navigator.
Provider Profiles: Internet Information Resource
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 3/6/2019
One Kaiser Plaza, Suite #850
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: 415-954-9988
Address:
One Kaiser Plaza, Suite #850
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: 415-954-9988
Fax: 510-419-1263
Services Provided: The mission of the APIAHF is to promote improvement in the health status of all Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The Health Forum is a national advocacy organization dedicated to promoting policy, program, and research efforts. Founded in 1986, the Health Forum approaches activities with the philosophy of coalition-building and developing capacity within local communities.

Advocates on health issues of significance to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities, conduct community-based technical assistance and training, provide health and U.S. Census data analysis and information dissemination, and convene regional and national conferences.
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Last Updated: 8/6/2019
Organization Name: Auburn University
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Address:
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Eligibility: Member of a blended/stepfamily
Services Provided: Stepparenting Toolkit
Smart Steps Family Life Curriculum for Stepfamilies
Directory of Support Groups for Stepfamilies
Directory of professionals who have complete the NSRC's clinical training for working with stepfamilies
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Last Updated: 4/9/2020
45 Broadway #320
New York, NY 10006
Address:
45 Broadway #320
New York, NY 10006
Eligibility: Families, caregivers, people with disabilities and aging Americans
Services Provided:

A national movement working to transform the way we care in this country, aiming to organize and develop policy on the local, state, and federal levels to expand care options for seniors, people with disabilities, and their caregivers while improving the quality of home care jobs.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/11/2020
250 West First Street, Suite 250
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: 909-621-6184
Address:
250 West First Street, Suite 250
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: 909-621-6184
Toll Free Phone: 855-427-2736
Fax: 909-621-0614
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers of all backgrounds
Services Provided:

Parents Anonymous® Program is an evidence-based family strengthening program utilizing mutual support (the giving and getting of help), parent leadership (seeking solutions and becoming empowered), and shared leadership® (working together) to achieve personal growth, improve family functioning and achieve parental resilience. Programs include local weekly support groups for parents and caregivers and separate programs for children.

National Parent Helpline is available Monday-Friday 10am-7pm PT at 855-427-2736. The Helpline provides emotional support from a trained Advocate to help parents become empowered and a stronger parent.

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Last Updated: 10/30/2020
Address:
1415 W. 22nd St., Tower Floor
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Phone: 3123375661
Toll Free Phone: 8662210302
Fax: 3127264446
Email: info@recoveryinternational.org
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided:

The mission of Recovery International is to use the cognitive-behavioral, peer-to-peer, self-help training system developed by Abraham Low, MD, to help individuals gain skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives.

See the website for local and online meetings and resources.

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Last Updated: 10/5/2020
Address:
1501 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 866-783-2645
Toll Free Phone: 866-783-2645
Eligibility: Hispanics and health
Services Provided: The National Alliance for Hispanic Health offers Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health Helpline for mental health issues, diabetes, tobacco, cancer support.
1-866-Su-Familia (1-866-783-2645)
Source: Help Me Grow Utah via United Way 2-1-1
Last Updated: 11/13/2019
1000 N Oak Ave
Marshfield, WI 54449-5790
Phone: 800-662-6900
Address:
1000 N Oak Ave
Marshfield, WI 54449-5790
Phone: 800-662-6900
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety strives to enhance the health and safety of all children exposed to hazards associated with agricultural work and rural environments. The National Children's Center staff has advanced training in injury prevention, health promotion, agricultural safety, and related topics.

The National Children's Center receives funding from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
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Last Updated: 8/8/2019