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Find Help with a Personal Situation

The Child Welfare League of America is not equipped and does not have the authority to intervene in or advise in personal situations.

If you don't know who to contact about your concerns, the Administration for Children and Families of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services maintains a list of contact information for state, local, tribal, and private organizations that address a range of child, youth, and family issues.

ACF can also help you answer specific questions on children and family issues on its Questions and Answers Support Page.

Additional resources are listed below. This list is for information only, and inclusion on this list does not constitute an endorsement by CWLA.

Adult Survivors of Abuse

Child Abuse Report Child Abuse in Your State

Child Custody Child Sexual Exploitation/Missing Children Children Home Alone Domestic Violence International Parental Child Abduction Legal Help Mediation/Conflict Resolution Respite for Caregivers Runaway Youth Sexual Abuse Substance Abuse Victims of Crime


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