This group helps children and parents cope with the turmoil that can come from separation. Kid’s Turn workshops help children understand and express the difficult emotions associated with parental separation while teaching family members new ways to support affected children.
NFRC aims to foster healthy relationships in all families regardless of composition through individual, couple, family, parent, co-parent, pre-marital, marital, separation and blended family counseling.
This volunteer-run Tucson based group helps people who are ending relationships (divorced/ separated/unmarried) and are in need of support during the process.
Banana Splits is a school-based children's group program for students who have experienced parental divorce or death. The Resource Center includes links to literature, suggests activities, and books for professionals and parents.
The mission of this St. Louis based group is to help children, parents and families thrive during and after divorce through counseling, education and support.
A division of Auburn University’s Center for Children, Youth, and Families (CCYF), its primary objective is to serve as a clearinghouse of information, linking family science research on stepfamilies and best practices in work with couples and children in stepfamilies.
Affiliated with the University of Rochester, this group offers a Divorce Intervention Program that helps people cope more effectively with parental divorce.