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US Immigration and Naturalization Service – www.uscis.gov
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States.

MissionStatement
USCIS will secure America’s promise as a nation of immigrants by providing accurate and useful information to our customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting an awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of our immigration system.

We are the 19,000 government employees and contractors of USCIS working at 223 offices across the world. Achieving our goals becomes possible when the different elements of our organization are engaged and acting as partners working toward a common outcome. USCIS’ strategic goals include:

• Strengthening the security and integrity of the immigration system.
• Providing effective customer-oriented immigration benefit and information services.
• Supporting immigrants’ integration and participation in American civic culture.
• Promoting flexible and sound immigration policies and programs.
• Strengthening the infrastructure supporting the USCIS mission.
• Operating as a high-performance organization that promotes a highly talented workforce and a dynamic work culture.

National Customer Service Center
1-800-375-5283
TDD for the Hearing Impaired
1-800-767-1833


American Family Counseling Association – www.counseling.org
As the world’s largest association representing professional counselors in various practice settings, the American Counseling Association stands ready to serve more than 55,000 members with the resources they need to make a difference. From webinars, publications, and journals to Conference education sessions and legislative action alerts, ACA is where counseling professionals turn for powerful, credible content and support.

American Counseling Association
5999 Stevenson Ave.
Alexandria, VA 22304
ACA Fax Number:
(703) 823-0252
ACA Toll-Free Numbers:
ACA: (800) 347-6647
FAX: (800) 473-2329
For questions regarding the ACA website please send an email to webmaster@counseling.org.
For questions regarding membership and address updates, please contact Member Services at membership@counseling.org or ext. 222


International Family Therapy Group – www.ifta-familytherapy.org
The cornerstone of every society is the family. With the support of its members, the International Family Therapy Association (IFTA) provides international conferences to promote, strengthen and improve the quality of family therapy, the quality of relationships within families and to promote well-being and peace within our world.

IFTA, working in a collaborative spirit with other professionals and organizations around the world who share its mission, also promotes continuing education in the development of quality standards for marriage and family therapy for professionals performing family therapy in order that they may better assist families in the communities in which they serve.

Secretariat Office Staff

William Hiebert
General Secretary, IFTA
WJHiebert@aol.com
Marriage & Family Counseling Service
Room 512 Safety Building
Rock Island, IL 61201 USA
309-786-4491 phone
309-786-0205 fax

Fred Jefferson, Administrative Assistant
fredlhjefferson@yahoo.com


Child Welfare Information Gateway – www.childwelfare.gov
Child Welfare Information Gateway promotes the safety, permanency, and well-being of children, youth, and families by connecting child welfare, adoption, and related professionals as well as the general public to information, resources, and tools covering topics on child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more.

A service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, we provide access to print and electronic publications, websites, databases, and online learning tools for improving child welfare practice, including resources that can be shared with families.

Child Welfare Information Gateway consolidates and builds upon the services formerly provided by the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information (NCCANCH) and the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse (NAIC).

Help with a personal situation – Child Welfare Information Gateway does not have the authority to intervene in or give advice on personal situations. We are not equipped to accept reports of suspected child abuse or neglect, or to offer crisis counseling.
For help with reporting child abuse and neglect or to speak with a counselor, contact Childhelp® at 800.422.4453.

Contact details:
Email Us

Your question will be reviewed by our Information Specialists or Librarians, and a comprehensive answer will be provided via email.

• For questions regarding our services, website, or website content:
info@childwelfare.gov

• For help with our Library or journal articles:
library@childwelfare.gov

• Call Us
For personal assistance and inquiries via the phone, please call between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. EST to speak to an Information Specialist.

• Personal assistance and inquiries:
800.394.3366


Fathers 4 Kids– www.fathers4kids.com

Fathers for Equal Rights, Inc. (FER), with its headquarters in Dallas, Texas, is one of the largest and most active fathers’ rights organizations in the United States. FER is a non-profit, educational, civil rights organization that is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, incorporated in 1974.
Father’s For Equal Rights was designed to provide “hands on” help for members with family law issues.
The tools that we provide in our offices are:

• Free access to attorneys, 6 days a week
• Low cost document preparation
• Discounted process service
• Discounted DNA testing
• Social study preparation
• Trial preparation

Contact Info:
Dallas – Headquarters
(214) 953-2233

Fort Worth
(817) 870-4880


Fathers and Dads For Equal Custody Rights – www.fathersrights.org
Free fathers rights tactics and documents that have actually won fathers rights custody and child support cases for men in all states with free father right brief,updatedwarnings,and attorney referral services. How to win custody, visitation and child support court battles

ContactUs
The Fathers Rights Foundation
PO BOX 730, GOLCONDA, IL. 62938
rlisaacsjd@yahoo.com 

contact point
Customer Service for orders only:
386 337 1661


Family Resource Organization – www.family-resources.org
Family Resources, a private not-for-profit organization, provides a vital continuum of services to children, youth and families. Our goal is to support the family as a whole and keep the family together.  When keeping the family together is not a safe option, Family Resources offers community-based programs that teach young people effective coping skills as they transition into adulthood and other safe living arrangements.

We envision a strong family-centered community and have been supporting this vision since 1970.  Please see link below to view our most recent annual report.

Our programs and services offer hope, education and skill building that give people the tools that are necessary to thrive.  Based upon our mission, that we have kept in the forefront of everything we do, our focus is on prevention, support, counseling and safe temporary and long term residential programs for children and teens while family issues are resolved.

Contact Us:

Administrative Office: Administrative Office:
5180 62nd Ave., Pinellas Park, Florida, 33781 5180 62nd Ave., Pinellas Park, Florida, 33781
(727) 521-5200      FAX (727) 521-5210 (727) 521-5200      FAX (727) 521-5210
Manatee County: Manatee County:

Family Resource and Referral Center-www.frrcsj.org
“We Care About Children and Families”
The Family Resource & Referral Center is founded on the belief that children and families are vital to the richness and quality of life within San Joaquin County. The Center’s staff is committed to the compassionate support of children and families in need of social support and training services. The staff believes that direct, personal action will make a difference in family life and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life within our community.

The Center promotes community awareness about the needs of children and families, and participates in building community coalitions to develop solutions for those needs. The Center’s staff works with parents, care providers, businesses, and community leaders to promote quality services for children and their families. Through its professional staff, the Center is a clearinghouse for information on child care services, parenting, nutrition, and child safety. The Center’s staff provides child care referrals to all parents in San Joaquin County. It administers child care and nutritional resources and conducts workshops in effective practices of child rearing, child care, and child safety.

The Family Resource & Referral Center provides advocacy, information, training, and direct services to enhance child care and child development, and family well being in San Joaquin County.

Our Values and Beliefs
The Family Resource & Referral Center is founded on the belief that children and families are vital to the richness and quality of life within San Joaquin County. The Center’s staff is committed to the compassionate support of children and families in need of social, support, and training services. The staff believes that direct, personal action will make a difference in family life and is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life within our community.

Through its professional staff, the Center is a clearinghouse for information on child care services, parenting, nutrition, and child safety. The Center:

• promotes community awareness concerning the needs of children and families
• participates in building community coalitions to develop solutions for those needs
• works with parents, care providers, business and community leaders to promote quality services for children and their families
• provides child care referrals to all parents in San Joaquin County
• administers child care and nutritional resources, conducts workshops in effective practices of child rearing, child care, and child safety
• provides advocacy, information, training and direct services to enhance child care, child development, and family well-being in San Joaquin County.

Agency Main Numbers:
209-948-1553
1-800-526-1555

Hot Line Numbers:
209-461-2920 Provider Hot Line

209-461-2908 Child Care Referrals
Referrals available Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am – 5 pm

209-461-2944 Eligibility/Wait List

209-461-2993 Workshop Reservation Line

209-461-2904 CCFP 24-Hour Message Line


Youth Resources – www.youthresource.com
YouthResource is a Web site created by and for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (GLBTQ) young people. YouthResource takes a holistic approach to sexual health and exploring issues of concern to GLBTQ youth, by providing information and offer support on sexual and reproductive health issues through education and advocacy. Through monthly features, message boards, and online peer education, GLBTQ youth receive information on activism, culture, sexual health, and other issues that are important to them.

YouthResource is a Web site hosted by Advocates for Youth. Advocates for Youth champions efforts to help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Advocates believes it can best serve the field by boldly advocating for a more positive and realistic approach to adolescent sexual health.
Advocates for Youth believes that:

• Adolescents have the right to balanced, accurate, and realistic sexuality education, confidential and affordable sexual health services, and a secure stake in the future.
• Youth deserve respect. Today, they are perceived only as part of the problem. Valuing young people means they are part of the solution and are included in the development of programs and policies that affect their well-being.
• Society has the responsibility to provide young people with the tools they need to safeguard their sexual health and young people have the responsibility to protect themselves from too early childbearing and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.

Online Peer Support
Youth leaders offer online peer-to-peer support. They answer questions posed by visitors and point them to appropriate resources; however they do not provide medical advice. Visitors to the YouthResource website can select an online youth leader that they would feel comfortable
communicating with by reviewing brief bios here.

Contact us:
www.youthresource.com


My Sistahs: a project of advocate for youth – www.mysistahs.org
The Young Women of Color Leadership Council is composed of young women of color, leaders and activists, who have come together to promote a message of prevention and empowerment. All of our work is a collaboration of diversity and passion, coming together in the hopes of affecting a million more.

Thegoals of the Council are:

• Educate: We raise awareness about the need for reproductive justice and sexual health efforts for young women of color.
• Include: We advocate for the inclusion of young women of color in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the reproductive justice and sexual health programs.
• Empower: We need all young people, especially our sisters of color, to get involved in fighting for reproductive justice and sexual health in our communities.

CONTACT US
trina@advocatesforyouth.org
P: 202.419.3420
F: 202.419.1448

Advocates for Youth
2000 M Street NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20036 USA

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