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•· Any child at risk of abuse, neglect, or other harm.
•· A child or family involved with child protection
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NCADRC is anon profit organization that deals with issues involving false allegations of child abuse and dedicated to preserving the rights of the falsely accused.
ABUSE EXCUSE.COM provides resource information and more to adults unjustly accused of child abuse, child neglect, sexual child abuse, "repressed" memories, sexual harassment, or domestic violence (spousal abuse). We aim to help the falsely accused and to articulate scientific facts to child protection investigators, teachers, attorneys and judges, urging them to exercise caution in their "rush to judge" abuse calls.
A Network and Resource Center for those who have been falsely accused. Excellent legal resources, including streaming videos of how to handle your case.
An interdisciplinary team of professional resources assembled to assist people who have been wrongfully accused of child sexual abuse, child abuse, rape or other related offenses.
Edward Nichols, MSW, CSW R, provides issues and strategies for dealing with false accusations.
Memory researcher, professor, lecturer, expert witness and author
MA attorney Barbara C. Johnson has put together this extensive list of resources.
IPT is a private practice of clinical psychology. Its primary work is related to allegations of child sexual abuse, but also deals with sexual harassment cases, claims of recovered memories of childhood abuse and other legal issues. Excellent legal resources.
Formed in response to the growing number of false accusations of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSBP). Parents are accused of making their own children ill. With increasing frequency, families are being destroyed by doctors and other professionals making unwarranted accusations against desperate mothers of chronically/critically ill children. We believe that often the motivation for making such reports is an effort to evade a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Child Custody (International, Interstate)
This site carries information concerning The Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (The Convention), its United States implementing legislation, 42 U.S.C. 11601 to 11610, also known as the International Child Abduction Remedies Act (ICARA) and, to a lesser extent, information about the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) and its Federal Counterpart, The Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA) 28 U.S.C. 1738A.
There are over 380 files on this site, of which 226 are decisions of various courts world wide, that cover this material.