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PASA-NJ

 
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Parental Alienation Support & Advocacy NJ (PASA-NJ) supports families who are suffering the effects of Parental Alienation.  We do this by working on three equally important efforts; Mutual Support, Awareness, and Education:

We organize and facilitate monthly peer-led support groups in various locations throughout New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut as a way to connect with other individuals who are experiencing Parental Alienation in any stage.  Our peer-led support groups allow individuals a safe-haven to discuss their situations in a non-judgmental atmosphere. 

Awareness is essential if there is any hope for change.  Our goal is to
increase awareness by writing about Parental Alienation in local online and print newspapers and radio shows.  One of our campaigns include donating the easy-to-read book by Dr. Amy Baker, "I Don't Want to Chose; How Middle School Kids Can Avoid Choosing One Parent Over the Other" to locals schools and libraries.  We also make a presence throughout New Jersey and New York every year on April 25th, which is Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

To work towards our mission, we also
provide educational programs for professionals, parents, and the general public who are on the front lines of Parental Alienation.  We will soon be providing Continuing Education Credit programs for professionals. 

Our support group meets monthly in Parsippany, NJ and the surrounding areas, and all are welcome to attend.  Whether you are a Mother, a Father, a Step-Parent, a Sibling, a Grandparent, an Aunt or Uncle, or any family member or friend who is hurting, confused and needs a friend who understands, we are here.


We fully support Equality in Parenting...

*Our support groups are not intended to replace professional therapists, and we do not provide counseling or legal advice.  We strongly encourage all our members to obtain a professional counselor who is familiar with Parental Alienation.*

Children NEED both parents.  Children DESERVE both parents.  Children have a RIGHT to BE LOVED and to GIVE LOVE to both parents.



Parental Alienation IS Child Abuse


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