If you are a grandparent who has lost contact with grandchildren, you may benefit from a support group. Such groups can provide practical advice and also offer help in dealing with the complex mix of emotions that most alienated grandparents experience. Such groups can be difficult to find. If you don't find a group in your area, you may want to start your own grandparent support group.
website's listing of affiliated organizations includes other Florida chapters, as well as organizations in other states. AGA shares most of the missions of other grandparent support groups but also aims to increase awareness of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS), a pattern of behavior which is generally not recognized by the medical or legal community as a specific syndrome.
website shows a meeting location of Fife, Washington, but additional contacts are listed in other parts of Washington. Professionals in the fields of therapy or law mediate the sessions.
Precious Bond and Grand Wishes, books for estranged grandparents. Another group meets in Santa Clarita. The AFGGC website also lists several support groups meeting in other states.