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Christian Research Institute
CRI hosts an exhaustive archive of news and scholarship on cults -- from the Christian perspective.
 
Cult Information Network
The Cult Information Network (Cult1914@aol.com)
Joseph Rizoli JoRiz@aol.com
P.O. Box 1632
Framingham, MA 01701-0201
Tel. (508) 875-2043

The Cult Information Network is a non-profit organization with a goal of helping those who are affected by high demand groups and cultic thinking.

The group shares information on the dynamics of cults through the various means, the Internet being high on the list.   The meetings are free and open to anybody willing to share or just listen.   Meetings are held 2nd Wednesday of the month at:

Framingham State College
D.Justin McCarthy Building
Room 411 ( or other available rooms )
100 State St.
Framingham, MA


 

 
Exit & Support Network
Complete resource for individuals exiting from and researching the Worldwide Church of God. Information, support, and cult-education for questioners or members who have left that group and other bible-based organizations and for the general public.
PO Box 6104
Hamden, CT 06517
EMNR Evangelical Ministries To New Religions
Jews for Judaism
Jews for Judaism is an, educational, outreach and counseling network spanning North America and beyond. It is dedicated to countering groups that target the Jewish community for conversion.
 
Spiritual Counterfeits Project
P.O. Box 4308
Berkeley, CA 94704
Tel. (415) 540-5767
 
Watchman Fellowship
Jehovah's Witnesses Support Group and Information.
PO Box 530842
Birmingham, AL 35253
Tel. (205) 871-2858

 

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