Can you imagine not being able to have the love of your father or mother?

That is 350 million children who are unable to experience the love of a father or a mother. Laws and cultural norms that ignore the best interest of children are to blame.

What exactly is Parental Alienation?

Destroying parent-child relationships via psychological trauma

It affects 350 million kids worldwide.

What does 350 million mean, exactly? 15% of ALL children around the globe.

The United States has the highest share of children living in single-parent households, with 1 in 4 children living without a biological, step-, or adoptive father in the home. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau. (2020). Living arrangements of children under 18 years old: 1960 to present. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Census Bureau.)

Children around the world are faced with growing up with one parent – 21% in the UK, 19% in Sao Tome and Principe, 18% in Russia, 17% in Denmark, 16% in France and Kenya, and 10% in Brazil. (Source: Pew Research, 2019)

4x Greater Risk of Poverty

7x more likely to become pregnant as a teen

2x more likely to suffer obesity

2x more likely to drop out of high school

2x greater risk of infant mortality

More likely to commit crime

Curious about what we do to help the situation?

Check out Find My Parent's efforts to reduce parental alienation and abductions.