Other Resources

  • Abuse by a Biological Parent – "The California Protective Parents Association (CPPA) is a CA non-profit that specializes in family court cases when there are abuse allegations. There is a nationwide problem in the family courts that keep children from being protected from their abusers. The CPPA website has valuable resources regardless of your location. Their Executive Direction is one of our group members so you will likely talk with her along the way. You can find more information about them at https://www.caprotectiveparents.org/."

  • Victims of Crime Compensation – "If you have basic crime documentation (i.e. a police report), you are eligible for crime compensation for your abused child (primary victim) and all secondary victims including parents and siblings. Compensation is available for mental health services, relocation services, security modifications, etc. You can find details, by state, at this link https://ovc.ojp.gov/states."

  • Different apps to use for "co-parenting" communication (Please pass along any other you have found.)-

Talking Parents

Our Family Wizard

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Spiritual Resources (from Diane Cranley)

Here are some spiritual resources for those who are interested.

  • The Family Intercessory Prayer this prayer is something I wrote that takes authority over the enemy in your family and gives God space to work. I would encourage you to pray it out loud over your family and even the perpetrator’s family a couple of times a day. The book that is mentioned in the document, Blessing Your Spirit, is really good and I encourage you to get it and make it part of the process by reading the blessing’s over your family daily.

  • Encountering Rest – this is my on-line class on healing from life’s trials, tribulations, and traumas. It is a series of 6 classes that total 9 hours of training. It is really about creating a mindset for undoing the spiritual impact of our lives to ensure the enemy’s rights are terminated and we are standing smack dab in the middle of God’s grace, glory, peace, and abundance. The website is under construction so there are a bunch of blank pages. So just go directly to the training tab and the training and all class materials are available there for free. https://encounteringrest.com/. Although it is based on scripture, the concepts are true regardless of faith, so even if you are not Christian, I encourage you to take the class and look at each concept and what your faith teaches about it, and even what you believe outside of religion. Sometimes challenging what you believe is what uncovers the lies that bind. All of the prayers I mentioned on the call are available on the website as handouts for each class.

  • "Use TAALK's Stoplight Magnets as a conversation starter. They allow your children to tell you if someone makes them feel safe, uneasy, or scared without even having to use words. Then you can limit access appropriately."

TAALK Stoplight Magnet

  • "Freedom Programme is a domestic violence programme which was created by Pat Craven who holds the copyright (all rights reserved) and evolved from her work with perpetrators of domestic violence. We provide information, not therapy. The Programme was primarily designed for women as victims of domestic violence, since research shows that in the vast majority of cases of serious abuse are male on female."

  • "Mightier pairs video games with validating strategies to help kids build confidence and thrive."

  • The Tapping Solution - "The Tapping Solution app is making it easier than ever before to use tapping to lower stress levels, reduce anxiety, get motivated, get better sleep, eliminate negative emotions and much more!"

  • The Pathways Program - "Pathway provides a wide range of substance abuse counseling services all designed for young adults and teens. The Pathway staff’s understanding of the specific needs of adolescents is unparalleled, and great pride is taken in going the extra mile to help teens, young adults, and their families find recovery and success. We do all this and make it fun for young people — that’s what makes Pathway different."

  • "Back when our family went through the rough stuff I did some workshops through the IWK for parents on how to help my kids. It was super helpful that I even did them twice over the next year! The workshops are over Zoom now and I think anyone in the group could sign up for them…if interested here is the web site:" www.seastarCYAC.ca/services/workshops

  • "At Beneath The Skin, we know feeling alone can make your life infinitely harder. We want to make it a little easier. That’s why we offer a peer to peer mentoring program specifically created to connect you with a peer mentor to help you feel less alone."

  • "IMALIVE is a program of the Kristin Brooks Hope Center (KBHC), a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our focus is suicide intervention, prevention, awareness, and education. We provide help and hope through online crisis chat, educational on-campus and virtual college events, and awareness campaigns."

  • The National Family Court Watch Project- "Become part of the most extensive attempt to monitor family court proceedings to date. Join other volunteers using a single instrument in multiple states to collect data on the family court environment. Our goal is to use this data to improve the family court system, increase accountability, and protect our children and families from violence."

  • Rachel Grant Coaching offers several levels of support for survivors of child sexual abuse- a podcast, FB group, 28 day brain reset, individual coaching.

  • Barbi Jolliffe offers coaching for families of child sexual abuse survivors

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network- Our mission is to raise the standard of care and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families and communities throughout the United States.

Sex Trafficking Resources (from Diane Cranley):

As with everything under resources, take the time to see what is the best fit for you and your family. This information has not been vetted by KKC Cares, Inc. This information has been shared by parents as a tool they have come across and/or found helpful. Please share anything that you have found so we can add it to our page as a resource for other parents. Thank you!

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