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CONNECT WITH OUR TEAM

SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

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The Family Justice Resource Center strives to ensure child-abuse investigations are rooted in due-process and evidence-based medicine. Following a rigorous screening process, we provide resources and referrals to clients navigating allegations of child abuse resulting from birth injuries, medical conditions, and accidental injuries. If you are seeking assistance with your case, please complete the corresponding form below to connect with our team.

If you believe you are facing a wrongful allegation of child abuse or neglect due to a birth injury, medical condition or accidental injury, submit a request for assistance here.

If you are an attorney seeking resources and medical referrals for a medically-based allegation of child abuse or neglect against your client, please contact us here.

If you are seeking to directly assist a family member or close friend who you believe has been wrongly accused of medically-based child abuse or neglect, you may contact us here.

OUR SCREENING PROCESS

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Once you've submitted the intake form, we carefully screen requests to determine eligibility. Case acceptance is not guaranteed, and all cases must meet our criteria for intake. We assess requests for assistance based on their merit and in accordance with our available resources. We reserve the right to accept or reject cases based on current caseload, situations with factors outside of our scope, or as we see fit. There is no charge for our services. All responses are kept strictly confidential.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

If your case does not meet our criteria for intake or you need immediate assistance, we have several other resources available that are useful for navigating your allegation.

The Family Justice Resource Center is not a law firm. The information you obtain from the FJRC is not–nor is it intended to be–legal advice. To obtain legal or medical advice, you should consult with a licensed expert to review your specific case. Our primary services include providing resources and referrals to (1) connect individuals with lawyers who are equipped to represent a wrongful allegation of child abuse or neglect, and/or (2) secure objective medical second-opinions from independent board-certified experts who are experienced in differentiating between the findings of abuse in contrast to the signs and symptoms of underlying medical conditions and childhood accidents.