Looking for resources for frum divorcees? The organizations below were created with you in mind.
Sister to Sister
Sister to Sister is a comprehensive resource and support network for frum divorced women raising children whose mission is to support single mothers in regaining their footing and becoming independent, confident women and mothers. Sister to Sister provides personalized support and assistance to a broad spectrum of single mothers in communities across the United States and Canada.
Achim Baderech is an organization for frum divorced men that sponsors events and activities, provides referrals for counseling and legal advice, and offers encouragement along with practical advice. Among its services are practical solutions for single fathers, as well as mentors and therapists for children.
Frum Divorce was formed to help answer your questions and guide you through the devastating maze of the divorce process. Since its inception, Frum Divorce has evolved, and through the work of volunteers and the contribution of individuals in the community, Frum Divorce is now focusing its main effort on education and community support services.
Rising from Divorce
A Community-Wide Call to Action
Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services
Through this new, groundbreaking film, OHEL aims to better educate the community about the impact of divorce and provide practical tools for divorcees, parents of divorce, educators, community leaders, and the general community to help create an environment where both parents of divorce and children of divorce can thrive. OHEL also provides counseling and support groups for parents and children, including workshops for nonresidential fathers, play therapy for kids, and more.
Lakewood Community Services
Lakewood Community Services (LCSC) offers a monthly support group for women who are separated and divorced, a dinner discussion activity group for mothers and children, groups for children whose parents are separated or divorced, and individual counseling. LCSC also offers a group for men who are separated or divorced.