the AHA Foundation works to protect women from honor violence, forced marriage and genital mutilation. Our programs advocate for freedom of speech on campuses and in public debate, and amplify the voices of Muslim reformers.
This world-renowned psychotherapy training Institute is committed to promoting emotional well-being through the research and application of effective, short-term therapy with long-term results. AEI’s therapeutic approach is based on rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), an action-oriented psychotherapy that uses rationality and critical thinking. REBT was developed by Dr. Albert Ellis, an atheist and humanist who has been considered the second most influential psychotherapist in history.
The Apostasy Project aims to provide information and support for those thinking about leaving religion.
Volunteers to assist young adults that are kicked out or disowned by their family due to their atheism. Couches to crash on, warm meals to share, someone to lean on, and someone to listen.
They are dedicated to helping parents worldwide to raise well-educated, thoughtful, ethical, socially responsible, environmentally aware, and most importantly, godless children.
The Clergy Project is a confidential online community for active and former professional clergy/religious leaders who do not hold supernatural beliefs.
Encouraging de-converting and former Christians.
Founded in 1979, GALHA is a democratic, membership organisation based in the UK with members worldwide, promoting Humanism and LGBT equality.
The Council of Ex-Muslims
The Council of Ex-Muslims is a loose affiliation of groups that operates around the world to highlight the difficulties of leaving the Islamic faith and to help those who are trying to step away. The groups operate under various names in various languages, most of which translate to include the term “Ex-Muslims.”
- New Zealand
- North America (Canada and USA)
- Pakistani Ex-Muslims of North America
- United Kingdom (Britain)
Faith-free support for non-religious people grieving the death of a loved one.
The Hotline Project is a toll free phone number (184-I-DOUBT-IT) staffed with trained agents, providing a friendly voice of support and encouraging empowerment to callers struggling with the negative impact of religion in their lives.
The LGBTQ Humanist Alliance, a project of the American Humanist Association, is a forum for queer humanists and allies to come together, exchange ideas, build community, and work towards social progress for LGBTQ people.
The MAAF builds community for atheists and humanists in the military and fights discrimination. It also connects service members with the national secular community while showing Americans that secularists can be supportive of servicemembers and veterans.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that all members of the United States Armed Forces fully receive the Constitutional guarantees of religious freedom to which they and all Americans are entitled by virtue of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Legal assistance resigning from the Mormon Church.
RR is for those trying to leave or recover from every imaginable religious tradition: Evangelicals, Charismatics, Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Hindus, Muslims, and many more. Services include a hotline, the Secular Therapist Project to help secularists locate a sympathetic mental health professional, and other resources.
The goal of Secular-Parenting is to give parents who want to raise their children free from the dogma of religion a place to communicate and share with like-minded people from all over the world!
The Parents’ Corner is a compendium of articles and resources that help nontheistic parents deal with the challenges of secular child-rearing in a religious world.
Secular Rescue is a program of the Center for Inquiry designed to provide emergency assistance to writers, bloggers, publishers, and activists who face threats due to their beliefs or expressions regarding religion.