Find out what's happening in Ex-Jehovah's Witnesses Meetup groups around the world and start meeting up with the ones near you. There are more than 70 groups and growing. If you don't see a group in your area, but the first to create one and invite others to join.
Former member of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Raymond Franz delivers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the Watch Tower Society. In response to extraordinary events, Franz tells a unique account of the decision-making sessions of this religion’s inner council and the powerful, sometimes dramatic, impact their decisions have on Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Podcast series featuring the stories of Jehovah's Witness Women that are sharing personal experiences about what their life was like during the time they were part of the Jehovah's Witness faith.
This podcast helps you to find comfort that you are not alone in your struggle. There are many likeminded ladies that share similar bonds and reach out to each other to network and share experiences.
When people leave the JW organization, they are looking for an outlet where they can meet new people and learn new skills. Joining Toastmasters is an instant way to connect with other people and meet new friends. This organization helps you to practice public speaking, improve your communication and build leadership skills? With Toastmasters, you can break barriers, not your budget.
Mental Health America is an excellent resource to help you begin your search in finding mental health treatment services, including affordable treatment for those without insurance, in your community.
If you, or someone you know is in crisis, please seek help immediately. Contact the following organizations for information about 24-hour crisis services in your area:
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's 24 hour toll-free crisis hotline, 1.800.273.TALK (1.800.273.8255) can put you into contact with your local crisis center that can tell you where to seek immediate help in your area.
SCAARS is a non-profit corporation which seeks to improve the laws pertaining to child abuse, mandatory reporting, the applicable statutes of limitations, as well as court outcomes in the judicial process.
Advocates for Jehovah’s Witness Reform on Blood is a diverse group of Witnesses from many countries. Some are presently serving as elders and Hospital Liaison Committee members or have previously served in that capacity. Others are from the medical field or have friends or relatives who are Witnesses.
Jehovah’s Witness Discussion Forum is an online forum allowing visitors to discuss anything relating to Jehovah’s Witnesses and the WatchTower Bible and Tract Society. Some discussions can get a little heated, but most are friendly.
Romy Maple builds awareness about child sexual abuse and, hopefully, show ways to a better and happier life for survivors. This website showcases and links to reputable non-profits that Romy has researched and have personally helped her. She is confident that they can help other abuse victims too! A&E featured her story on its “Cults and Extreme Beliefs” series with Elizabeth Vargas.
JWfacts provides readers with official Watchtower quotes that documents their history throughout the years allowing individuals to clearly see their fallacies and false predictions.
This site has become the “go-to place” for straightforward and well-documented presentation of the facts about Jehovah’s Witnesses.
JWsurvey began as a simple site offering access to a survey of both current and former Jehovah’s Witnesses. Its purpose was clear: To give voiceless JWs a safe but public way to express their true feelings and experiences. Critics were initially tough on the founder (“Cedars”) and gave both the site and the survey little support. Offers a broad selection of news, commentary, and multimedia.