International Parental Child Abduction



Emotional Support and Resources


The U.S. Department of State assumes no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the organizations whose names appear below. This referral does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of the U.S. Department of State.

Emotional Support and Resources for Parents
American Bar Association
Asian Women’s Self-Help Association (ASHA) email:
Asian Human Services email:
Bundes Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Familien (Mediation – Germany) email:
Child Abduction Resource Center email:
Defensoria Del Pueblo De Ecuador (Eador/U.S.)cu
Hague Conference Permanent Bureau- Child abduction section
International Social Service (ISS-USA)
International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Korea Welfare Foundation (South Korea) email:
The National Center for Refugee & Immigrant Children
(U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants) email:  
National Latino Peace Officers Association e-mail:
National Native American Law Enforcement Association e-mail:
Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)
Parents and Abducted Children Together UK: e-mail:
USA: e-mail: Linda Durand,
Polly Klaas Foundation
Catholic Charities USA
Child Find of America, Inc.
Child Focus (Belgium)
Childfind Canada (Canada)
Federal Bureau of Investigation
National Fathers' Resource Center
Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center (Japan)
Childfind Canada (Canada)
Nevada Child Seekers
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
The Office of Refugee Resettlement Administration for Children and Families
Pennsylvania Bar Association e-mail:
Parent International, Inc.
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