FASSIT is a support and information organisation that has grown out of an increasing number of parents (carers, guardians etc) frustrated at attempting to work with Social Services in the best interests of their child/children. Initially a campaign organisation looking to change views over the legitimacy and ethics of ‘forced adoption’ the organisation has grown to encompass support for individuals at any point in the investigative processes operated by Social Services.
A voluntary organisation set up by parents to help and support families with children
who are experiencing problems with UK Social Services.
NSCFC - National Society for Children and Family Contact
Keeping the child in everyone’s life - When a relationship breaks down it isn’t just the partners who suffer. It’s the children who have most to lose; and not just because of the stress of seeing their parents at odds.
Helpline Telephone No: 0870 766 8596
Registered Charity No.1105230
Web-site Address: http://www.nscfc.com/index.htm
'SAFARI' (Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information)
SAFARI provides powerful and positive information for those those who have been affected by false accusations and those who have suffered from being pressurised into making false accusations.
F.A.C.T. (Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers)
Provides support to falsely accused and wrongly convicted carers and teachers throughout the UK.
FASO is a voluntary organisation dedicated to supporting anyone affected by a false allegation of abuse
False Allegations Action Scotland
To increase awareness that false allegations do happen and to make known just how devastating this is for the victim.
The truth about the family courts and their associated services
contact: Men's Aid, Head Office, 57 Cornwall Grove, Bletchley, Milton
Keynes, MK3 7HX.
Call our Helpline Telephone No: 0871 223 9986
or e-mail: email@example.com
Web-site Address: www.mensaid.com
Registered Charity No. 1116309
London Mothers Custody Network. Aimed at specifically arranging face to face supprt, networking and socialisation for mothers in London. http://www.facebook.com/groups.php?id=1404881151&gv=12#/group.php?gid=98963384663
Been stitched up by family lawyers?
Instead of being 'in it to win it - who've been in it to bin it?'
From August, people who need help but can't afford it will be able to call the new LSC helpline:
... to get free help for family related legal problems.