Many diocesan websites provide excellent
information on divorce support and recovery, annulment, children of
divorce, and related topics. Visit our Regional
Resources section for diocesan contact information and links.
here are not necessarily endorsed by CDM, nor is CDM responsible for
the content of external sites. Use at your own discretion.
Please report broken links to office(at)nacsdc.org.
Links: Support & Recovery
The purpose of Beginning Experience is to
facilitate the grief resolution process for adults and children who
have suffered a loss through death, divorce or separation, thereby
enabling them to again love themselves, others and God.
There are thousands of DivorceCare
divorce recovery support groups meeting throughout the US and
Canada, where you can find help and healing for the hurt of
separation and divorce. Though, as packaged, the DivorceCare
program does not adhere completely to Catholic theology, it is quite
often the only support program available in many areas. Many
of the DivorceCare programs that are offered in a Catholic setting
have been modified to reflect Catholic theology.
Offers referrals to professionally
qualified psychotherapists who incorporate the truths and teachings
of Roman Catholicism into their practice, and features articles and
book suggestions to help you lead a happier and healthier life
consistent with your Catholic faith.
Divorce Support and Recovery
Thoughts on divorce from a biblical
perspective and advice on dealing with it, from the pastor of an
independent evangelical church in England.
A state specific divorce web site
providing information and referrals for people facing and
experiencing issues revolving around divorce, separation, child
custody, support, alimony, and family law.
Links: Children & Family
A nonprofit foundation dedicated to
supporting young people and young adults with separated or divorced
parents in their journey towards growth. Also serves children
who are experiencing parental neglect as a result of addiction or
Parents Without Partners
An international, nonprofit, educational
organization devoted to the interests of single parents and their
The Dibble Institute
The nonprofit Dibble Institute offers a
variety of materials for teaching teens how to build more successful
NSRC’s primary objective is to serve as a
clearinghouse of information, resources, and support for stepfamily
members and the professionals who work with them.
Family Life, a division of Campus Crusade
for Christ, provides practical, biblical tools to strengthen
marriage and family relationships, plus a wealth of information on
parenting and single-parenting.
Links: Help for Troubled Marriages
Marriage Help Program with 30 years of
saving marriages has helped 10's of 1000's with marriage problems
led by couples who've been there.
The Third Option
Most struggling couples see two
options…Painful marriage or divorce. But there is a Third
Option, a way to a better marriage.
A starting place to find
information, resources and the latest news about alcohol,
alcoholism, substance abuse and recovery issues.
Anger management and anger control
classes fail to reduce emotional abuse, verbal abuse, anger,
resentment, or violence; compassion is the only way to control
resentment, anger, and emotional abuse in marriage.
Affair Recovery Center
ARC is a partnership of counseling
professionals dedicated to the restoration of marriages crippled by