Grandparents

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A.A.R.P.\Grandparents Information Center
1-202-434-2296
Social Outreach and Support
601 E. Street, NW, Washington, DC 20049
www.aarp.com
Services:
A public awareness educational campaign about the special problems grandparents face as the primary caregivers to their grandchildren including identification of legal, social, health and financial issues affecting grandparent caregivers. The establishment of a Grandparent Information Clearing house where grandparents, service providers and planners can obtain information, publications and referral to available national and local resources including existing grandparent support groups and other organizations involved in grandparent caregiver issues.

Division for Children
856-374-6372
PO Box 88, Blackwood, NJ 08012
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday
Services:
Offers information and referral for child care and other services for families and children, administers certain child care subsidy programs, provides information and referral for grandparenting concerns, conducts training and workshops for child providers and the community on child development and parenting issues.

Foster Grandparents Program
856-726-1000
Ext 4370
New Lisbon Developmental Center
Route 72 Barnegat Road, New Lisbon, NJ 08064
Services:
Foster Grandparents earn a small, tax-free stipend to cover the cost of serving. They also receive reimbursement for transportation and meals while on duty.
Eligibility Requirements:
You must be 60+ years of age, meet certain income requirements, love children and be willing to volunteer 20 hours a week.

Foundation for Grandparenting
1-617-383-6603
PO Box 326, Cohasset, MA 02025
Services:
Publishes a quarterly newsletter.

The Foundation for Grandparenting
108 Farnham Road, Ojai, CA 93023
www.grandparenting.org
Services:
Explores the Social, Psychological Benefits of Intergenerational Relationships and especially the Grandparent-Grandchild bond. Manifesting Grandparent Power by creating new roles, programs and metaphors for useful and meaningful aging. Promoting the roles and functions of Grandparenting for those without biological grandchildren. Establishing an international community of grandparents dedicated to changing the world for the better.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
856-645-9665
Support Group of Atlantic County
1401 N. Main Street (rear), Suite 1
Pleasantville, NJ 08232
Services:
Provides information and resources to help grandparents cope with their primary caregiving rolls.

G.R.A.M. Inc.
1-813-937-2317
P.O. Box 523, Tarpon Springs, FL. 34688
Grandparent’s Rights Advocacy Movement, Inc. is a support group for grandparents who have been denied access to their grandchildren. Also, provides information and referral.

Grandparents Rights Organization
1-810-646-7191
555 S. Woodward, Suite 600, Birmingham MI 48009
Services:
Publishes a newsletter, and state-by-state summary of applicable statutes dealing with grandparent custody, visitation and support.

Grandparents United for Children’s Rights, Inc.
1-608-238-8751
137 Larkin Street, Madison, WI 53705
www.grandparentunited.org
Information and referral center.

National Task Force for Children’s Constitutional Rights
1-203-567-5437
P.O. Box 1620, Linchfield, CT 06759