Meadow Haven A residential facility created by the New England Institute for Religious Research A non-profit ministry to ex-cult members.
Meadow Haven is a residential facility created by the New England Institute for Religious Research to meet this critical need. Set in a quiet, rural setting, Meadow Haven exists to help people through the radical and many times traumatic life- changes that can accompany the departure of a high-control group. The full-time staff and support groups are well-equipped to assist guests as they work through the practical, psychological and spiritual issues that arise from leaving such groups.
Source: Meadow Haven
Wellspring Retreat & Resource Center is a residential treatment facility that provides a program of counseling and instruction to victims of cultic abuse, religious abuse and/or mind control. We are a nonprofit corporation and the nationís only residential treatment center for cult victims. We also provide consultation to families who have loved ones in cults.
Source: About Wellspring
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