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Workshops, coaching, conferencing around nonviolent masculinity
Menstuff is a national men's resource with large archives on many different men's issues
Educational and consulting organization supporting the development of new and existing men's programs
XY, based in Australia, is a website focused on men, masculinities and gender politics
Dads and Daughters is the national education and advocacy nonprofit for fathers and daughters. DADs provides tools to strengthen father-daughter relationships and transform pervasive cultural messages that value daughters more for how they look than who they are.
The Mankind Project assists men in "reclaiming the sacred masculine for our time through initiation, training, and action in the world." The ManKind Project organizes New Warrior Trainings around the world.
Following is a list of men's gatherings throughout New England. They are generally participant-organized and participant-led.
Connecticut Men's Gathering (COMEGA)
Granite Men's Gathering (New Hampshire)
Web Editor's Note: Each of the Men's Centers listed below are independent and may differ in philosophy, approach, and programming from the Men's Resource Center for Change. The MRCs of Northern New Mexico and South Texas, and the Central Massachusetts and Monadnock MRCs all have received training and/or consultation from us. We encourage you to visit the websites listed, learn what they do and how they think about men's issues, and make your own decision about whether they can meet your own needs.
The Austin Men's Center (Austin, Texas)
The Men's Center (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Men's Resource Center of South Texas (Harlingen, Texas)
Men's Resource Center of West Michigan (Grand Rapids and Holland, Michigan)
Monadnock Men's Resource Center (Keene, New Hampshire)
The Raleigh Men's Center (Raleigh, North Carolina)
The Redwood Men's Center (Santa Rosa, California)
Saskatoon Men's Resource Centre (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
The West Coast Men's Center (Los Angeles, California)
NOMAS promotes the cause of gender equality and social justice for everyone through its principles of pro-feminism, gay-affirmation, anti-racism and enhancing men's lives.
NOMAS Boston Chapter
Provides community education and direct services to gay, bisexual, and transgendered male victims and survivors of domestic violence.
Providing leadership to end/reduce violence in the African-American Community
Men Against Sexual Assault
Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR)
Men United Against Sexual Assault (MUASA) - University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Contact: (Sam Marcum)
Moving Forward (formerly Men Overcoming Violence, or MOVE), a program of the Men's Resource Center for Change, includes domestic violence groups and anger management classes.
Works to promote understanding, sustain dialogue, and generate solutions to move toward the elimination of domestic violence affecting Latino communities.
Brings together an integrated team of nationally recognized leaders in the field of Latino health, education, social services, and community mobilization to address an important area: Latino fathers and families.
Sacred Circle National Resource Center to Stop Violence Against Native Women
culturally specific materials addressing
family violence in tribal communities
Contact them by e-mail
An LGBTQQ anti-violence agency in Burlington, Vermont serving survivors of physical, sexual and hate violence.
Student Advocates Against Sexual Violence (SAASV) - College of St. Benedict and St. John's University
Initially founded to serve male victims, this New Hampshire-based organization offers assistance to all victims of domestic violence. The hotline number is (888) 743-5754.
Founded by a group of Batterer Intervention Providers in the San Francisco Bay Area, FAVTEA is dedicated to providing clinical services and education within a gender-inclusive conception. Members meet quarterly, sponsor training conferences and publish a newsletter, the FAVTEA Bulletin, twice a year.
The thrust of the site is to provide information for men about violence and nonviolence, show examples of men taking action, focus on prevention and inspire us all to further action. There is also a Discussion section for posting comments, ideas etc. Sponsored by the Texas Council on Family Violence
A web-based organization providing information and resources, in the United States and several other countries, for male, female, gay, lesbian and transgender victims; and has links to gender-inclusive research and nationally-known speakers on family violence.
This site provides a wide range of information about the divorce process, including definitions of legal terms, downloadable sample divorce and separation agreements, and links to mediation and other services in Hampshire and Franklin County, Massachusetts
American Friends Service Committee
national office of the AFSC has a Youth
Militarism program with
information on the draft and related issues.
Western Massachusetts AFSC has a Military Recruitment Education program and links to many other sites with information for youth concerned about the draft and recruitment.
Administer the Fund for Education and Training for those who have not registered for Selective Service. Has information on schools that provide alternative funds for those who do not register.
Q&A about draft registration, getting the military out of schools, etc.
Helpful information and resources; check their Draft Notices.
Helps members of the armed services who are seeking conscientious objector status or facing other issues around opposition to war.
Trains draft and service counselors; provides resources on conscientious objection, such as interviews with C.O. experts; and organizes workshops.
The links below open Excel files listing websites that provide resource and referral information for the support of men who have experienced childhood abuse (sexual, physical, emotional, etc) or sexual assault as an adult, as well as for battered men and partners, family members, and friends of male survivors of those experiences. You can open an extensive list with 75 sites or an abbreviated list with 11 of the sites that we feel are most useful. At the tops of the columns you will find the headings for Organization, Phone, and Website, followed by categories of information:
- Who is served by this site?
- What kind of information is available on this site?
- What will I find on this site?
The top row and first column of the spreadsheet are frozen so you will always know what organization and topic are referred to.