Fw: [ICSANews] Help for ex-cult members in Los Angeles
- International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA)
HELP FOR LOS ANGELES RESIDENTS WHO HAVE LEFT CULTS OR HIGH DEMAND GROUPS
If you have left a cult or other high demand group, live in Los Angeles,
and need help with things like
* education and career planning
* medical and mental health care
* housing resources
* general adjustment to mainstream living
the International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA) invites you to work
with a case manager educated on issues of cult involvement, who can both
help with practical problems and offer support as you adjust to your new
The service, at Venice Family Clinic, is free for low-income residents
of the West Side of Los Angeles. The program operates during the
academic year and will resume September 9, 2009.
Give it a try! Call a clinician at Venice Family Clinic:
to check your eligibility or make an appointment.
(Note: This is not a line to a receptionist. You will not have to make
awkward explanations. A clinician will get your message and return the
Please send this message to people in West Los Angeles who might benefit
from the service. ICSA thanks the Venice Family Clinic for renewing
this project, which began in 2008. We also thank Dr. Doni Whitsett of
the University of Southern California, the project's Clinical Director,
and Livia Bardin, M.S.W., who initiated and chairs the project.
ICSA (International Cultic Studies Association)
[Formerly AFF (American Family Foundation)]
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Bonita Springs, FL 34133
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Michael D. Langone, Ph.D.
Editor, Cultic Studies Review
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