ACCOMPLISHMENTSWe have joined mothers together to form a network of support; sharing knowledge, experience, ideas, efforts, resources, strength, hope, and prayers. Individually, we often feel hopeless. Collectively, with the spirit of good to guide us, we can accomplish more and more. Through our associations, we have exchanged moral support, professional resource contacts, hosted and participated in educational conferences, reform movements for family violence issues, and fundraising ideas for legal fees. For more details, you can view a list of our past annual conferences and other past events.
MEETINGSCurrently, MOLC meetings are being held bi-monthly on Thursday evenings.
After the regular meeting, a new self-help Mothers Anonymous meeting is now meeting for support to mothers interested in participating.
Contact the Sacramento chapter for details.
The newly forming Sonoma County chapter held their first meeting in November 2000. Contact the Sonoma County chapter for more information.
CONFERENCESThe main event co-sponsored by Mothers of Lost Children and California Protective Parents Association is the:
The conference is a NO-COST, no-registration, conference for members of the public, professionals in all aspects of child welfare and treatment, survivors, pro survivors, and protective parents. MC LE and CEU credits are offered.
It is well-attended each year, extremely informative, and an excellent networking resource. All are welcome.
The conference is held each year in April, the national Child Abuse Awareness month.
See here for details about the upcoming conference.
For information on past conferences and events, see our Conference History.
You are also welcome to contact us to inquire for information personally.
If you want to be on the mailing list for next year's conference, please send your name, mailing address and email address to ISSB, P.O. Box 74366, Davis, CA 95617 or email email@example.com.
OTHER RECENT EVENTS and PAST CALENDARClick above to read about our past conference presentations.
May 9, 2010 MOTHERS DAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE
May 18-20, 2010 WA DC MARCH/RALLY
October 1, 2010 WA DC OCT/RALLY
Jan 7, 2011 MOLC AT THE BMCC
THE SAFE CHILD COALITION
The Safe Child Coalition goal is to keep all our children safe. We come from many different disciplines: battered women’s agencies, incest survivor groups, parent organizations, universities, medical facilities, community service groups, bikers, therapists professionals, business people, social workers, teachers, and you. Our goal is to ignite a movement to keep children safe from physical and sexual abuse. Our coalition grows daily. Please join us. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
CURRENT EVENTSBelow are links regarding a joint complaint filed by four mothers on November 6, 2013 in the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, against a variety of judges, court professionals and other officials in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Docket Text: Electronic Notice of Case Assignment - Judge Denise J. Casper assigned to case. If the trial Judge issues an Order of Reference of any matter in this case to a Magistrate Judge, the matter will be transmitted to Chief Magistrate Judge Leo T. Sorokin. (Abaid, Kimberly)
The transaction was entered on 11/13/2013 at 10:29 AM EST and filed on 11/13/2013, Case Name: Kufner et al v. Suttell et al, Case Number: 1:13-cv-12864-DJC
Mothers from other states are welcome to join. Please contact Mary Seguin at email@example.com.
FUTURE EVENTSOur annual NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AWARENESS CONFERENCE is held in April. Check back for details or contact us for more information.
Our annual MOTHER'S DAY MARCH PROTESTS are held in May on or near Mother's Day at the Whitehouse in Washington DC.
We sponsor and participate in additional protest rallies throughout the year. Please check back to get more information or to join us, or contact us anytime.
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