Advisory Board

NCFM Advisers are well established licensed professionals, authors, researchers, and activists who have made significant contributions to reducing harmful gender based stereotypes; and, helping men, their children, their families, and the women who love them. Our organization is thankful for their continuing support and guidance.

Alfred G. Rava, Esq.
Bill Ronan, LICSW
Charles Corry, Ph.D
Diane A. Sears
Dianna Thompson
Edward Stephens, MD/Psychiatry
Francis Baumli, Ph.D.
Gordon Finley, Ph.D.
J. Steven Svoboda, Esq.
Julie Brand, M.S.
Lea Perritt, PhD/Psychologist
Lou Ann Bassan, Esq.
Marc Angelucci, Esq.
Martin Fiebert PhD/MFCC/Clinical Psychologist
Michael Conzachi, Homicide Investigator Retired
Patricia Overberg, MSW (in memorial) 
Phil Cook, Author/Journalist
Richard L. Davis, Criminologist
Richard F. Doyle, MRA
Richard Driscoll, PhD/Psychologist/Author
Robert R. Parker, Jr., LL.B
Thomas James, Esq./Author/Family Law
Tom Golden, LCSW/Author
Warren Farrell, Ph.D.

 

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Facebook
  • Yahoo! Buzz
  • Google Buzz
  • LinkedIn
  • Orkut
  • Twitter

One Response to Advisory Board

  1. Carolyn on September 27, 2011 at 11:20 AM

    I was wondering if you could help my nephew. He was living with a girl in Texas they had a daughter. The couple broke up when she was pregnant. She told him a month later that the baby died. Only to find out 2 months ago that she gave the baby boy up for adoption in Texas to a California adoption agency. The adoption agency is now trying to force him to sign papers giving up his son. But he want to be a father to his son. He wants his son back and does not want to give him up. Can your agency help him? He does not have alot of money and family can pay something but of course not alot. But it's not fair that all this time he thought his child died only to find out he is alive and in California. Please I beg you can you help him. Thanks Carolyn Norris

See NCFM Wayback

waybackmachineOver the years millions of people worldwide have visited a National Coalition For Men website. Also over the years the site has changed dramatically, been taken down, moved, and otherwise uprooted. In those processes much information was lost, not recovered, and does not appear on this site. However you can see earlier versions and many of the extraordinary accomplishments of NCFM back to 1996 by using the WayBackMachine. In the search box type www.ncfm.org

Are Things Really Equal?

Girlwriteswhat on ideological feminism and its impact on our society and culture

campus hate speech

Foundation for Male Studies

Conference on Male Studies: Looking Forward to Solutions Part 1 from Joseph Notovitz on Vimeo

Watch "Conference" part 2

Please donate to the Foundation for Male Studies by visiting our Donations page. There may be nothing more important for our future than to assure the fair, equitable, and high quality education of our boys and men.

More on the war against males in education

Bookmark this site if you are a college student or parent who cares about the children regardless of their age…

a voice for male students

sexual harassment on campus

sexual harassment DOE

Interview with Erin Pizzey, the women who started the domestic violence shelter movement

Click on the picture below for Erin’s website

Other MUST WATCH Videos

 

Dr. Helen

Protect yourself! Get the book!!

Great Resources for Abused Men

 
  • Dometic Abuse Hotline for Men and Women, based in Maine, offers 24-hour hotline: 1-888-7HELPLINE (1-888-743-5754) and may be offering shelter services.
  • Valley Oasis in Lancater, CA has offers shelter and other services for men and their children. 24-hour Hotline: (661) 945-6736.
  • Family of Men Support Society, Calgary, Canada, shelter and support services.
  • Male Survivor, Overcoming Sexual Victimization of Boys and Men
  • probono.net, provides resources for pro bono and legal services attorneys and others working to assist low income or disadvantaged clients.
  • LawHelp.org, helps low and moderate income people find free legal aid programs in their communities, answers to questions about their legal rights, and find forms to help with their legal problems.
  • Shared Parenting Works has parenting plans and other resources.
  • Walk a Mile in HIS Shoes resources for abused men in Canada.
  • One in Three Campaign resoures for abused men in Australia.
  • Stop Abuse for Everyone, one of the most comprehensive and oldest sites dedicated to victims of domestic violence. The site was recently upgraded with the assistance of NCFM. The site includes an interactive map of north America for helping to find shelter services that might or do help abused men.

More great resources for men and those who care about men. Ask your elected officials if they do.

Men's Health Network

File a Federal Complaint

If you have specific instances of discrimination against male domestic violence victims by any government-funded DV program anywhere in the U.S., please send all evidence you have to the following federal agencies as a complaint, and state that this violates United States Code, Title 42, Section 3789d(c)(1). Give them as much evidence as you can. They are supposed to investigate it. After several months you may get a letter back saying there is "insufficient evidence" and that they need more information such as dates and times of the discrimination, names of the programs and contact info, names and contact info of witnesses, documents or records, and a detailed chronological narrative. So, re regarding evidence, the more the better. You can send the complaints by email, mail, or both. Send them to: Office of Civil Rights Office of Justice Programs U.S. Department of Justice 810 7th Street, NW Washington, DV 20531 Office of the Inspector General inspector.general@usdoj.gov oig.hotline@usdoj.gov

%d bloggers like this: