Alienated Grandparents Anonymous, Incorporated (AGA) focuses on the struggle so many grandparents have in being part of their grandchildren’s lives AGA provides support and information, and helps validate the feelings of those suffering some degree of estrangement, alienation, or isolation. AGA serves toward bringing alienated grandparents, parents, and grandchildren together. AGA originated in Florida in 2011 and was established as a 501c3 non-profit in 2012. This organization is presently active in 50 states and 13 countries, and has facilitated over 100 reconciliations International Headquarters is located in Naples, Florida U.S.A.
Free Q & A sessions Mondays – Advanced Webinars Tuesdays – Dr. Joshua Coleman (psychologist and author of When Parents Hurt: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Adult Child Don’t Get Along). Get on his mailing list for a wealth of resources on estranged grandparenting. www.drjoshuacoleman.com
GRAND USA (Grandparent Rights Advocates National Delegation) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development, and or modification of legislation providing legal recourse for grandparents denied visitation with their grandchildren. GRAND is committed to the children, their alienated grandparents and the survival of extended families in all fifty states.http:// www.grand-usa.org
1 (844) I AM GRAND
1 (844) 426-4726
AARP Foundation Grandparent Information Center (GIC)
The AARP Foundation Grandparenting Program’s goal is to ensure that grandparents and grandchildren have access to resources that strengthen their health, finances and family connections.
AARP’s Grandcare Support Database
Grandparenting, associated with The Foundation For Grandparenting since 1980, is a non-profit dedicated to raising grandparent consciousness in order to better the lives of grandchildren, parents, grandparents, and communities through education, research, programs, communication, and networking.
Advocates for Grandparent – Grandchild Connection, AFGGC, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, was created on behalf of the children who have been denied access to their grandparents. It is a multigenerational organization which educates the public about grandparents’ rights, advocates for grandchildren, and supports grandparents who have suffered from loss of affection and contact from their grandchildren.
Grandparents Action Group (UK), a non-profit group, is run by volunteers to help maintain and protect the relationship between grandparents and Grandchildren when contact has been denied or prevented. They campaign through parliament for reforms to the current family law system.
The National Committee of Grandparents for Children’s Rights was established to form a coalition of concerned grandparents, citizens and agencies united to create one powerful voice and to network with groups throughout the nation that share our goals. Our mission is to advocate and lobby for substantial and urgent legislative changes that protect the rights of grandparents to secure their grandchildren’s health, happiness and well-being. We are committed to monitoring agencies that affect our grandchildren at the city, county, state and federal levels and to protect the rights of grandparents and the needs of grandchildren who are at risk.
Foster Grandparenting Foster Grandparents are role models, mentors, and friends to children with exceptional needs. The program provides a way for volunteers age 55 and over to stay active by serving children and youth in their communities.
Internet Safety Guide For Seniors with helpful information and tips for seniors on how to safely and securely use the internet.: https://vpnsmash.com/seniors/
ON-LINE DISCUSSION GROUPS
Visitation with Grandchildren
Grandparents Have Voices
Grandparents Without Grandchildren
Grandparenting from Afar