Resources

The following organizations have agreed to serve as resources to Kanakuk victims. They are not being compensated by No More Victims, LLC, nor have they paid for inclusion, in the listing below. They are not affiliated with this website or its owner. By providing this list of resources, this website and its owner are neither making nor representing, warranties or guarantees regarding these organizations or the services they may provide.

 

QUICK LINKS:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Fact Sheet: Child Safeguarding and Summer Camps

Fact Sheet: Kanakuk Kamps

An Independent Review: Kanakuk Child Protection Plan

SurvivorSpace

About:

An initiative of the Zero Abuse Project, SurvivorSpace is a comprehensive resource hub informed by survivors, for survivors. It offers a safe space to learn about child sexual abuse, find community with other survivors, explore information on new rights under the law, focus on self-care and resiliency, and access national resources and institutional programs.

VictimConnect Resource Center

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VictimConnect Resource Center is a weekday phone, chat, and text-based referral helpline operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime. Services are available for all victims of crime in the United States and its territories. Visitors to the hotline receive trauma-informed services and referrals.

The Victim Assistance Specialists receive extensive training and mentoring to provide emotional support, information, and referrals that empower visitors as they navigate the physical, emotional, legal, and financial consequences of crime. Referrals are tailored to individual needs and can be made to local, state, and national resources.

 

Who should contact VictimConnect Resource Center?

Survivors of sexual abuse at Kanakuk who desire more information on or access to any level of trauma-informed support services.

 

Contact Information:

Hours: 8:30AM – 7:30PM ET

Helpline: 855.4VICTIM (855.484.2846)

Online Live Chat

Monsees & Mayer

About:

Monsees & Mayer, P.C. (www.monseesmayer.com) is a personal injury law firm in Springfield and Kansas City, Missouri, committed to helping individuals injured by the negligence and wrongdoing of others. With more than 80 years of collective experience, the attorneys represent clients in sexual abuse, car accident, wrongful death and serious injury claims. The firm is currently serving as lead counsel for 19 former students abused at Agape Boarding School and representing the Yandell family as they pursue a case of fraud against Kanakuk Kamps leadership.

 

Who should contact Monsees & Mayer?

Survivors of Kanakuk abuse interested in understanding the legal options available to them.

 

Contact Information:

Email

Laffey Bucci D’Andrea Reich & Ryan

About:

Laffey Bucci D’Andrea Reich & Ryan (www.laffeybucci.com) is a trauma-informed, personal injury law firm based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that represents individuals seriously injured due to the negligence of others. Their crime victim department is made up of former sex crimes prosecutors who solely represent survivors of abuse, assault and human trafficking nationwide. Guy D’Andrea and his team are currently lead counsel in various well-known child sexual abuse and trafficking lawsuits across the country, including litigation against the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) for their cover up of child sexual abuse, and the firm serves as the lead counsel on the Yandell casae against Kanakuk and its leadership for fraud.

 

Who should contact Laffey Bucci D’Andrea Reich & Ryan

Survivors of Kanakuk abuse interested in a national or international perspective on the legal options available to them.

 

Contact Information:

Email

National Center on Sexual Exploitation

NCOSE

About:

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is the leading organization exposing the links between all forms of sexual abuse and exploitation, including child sexual abuse. Its Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation has more than 300 organizational members with programs to address child-on-child sexual abuse, the sexual exploitation of men and boys, and the public health harms of pornography.

 

Who should contact NCOSE?

Any person seeking information on sexual exploitation and the patterns that occurred under Kanakuk Kamps leadership. NCOSE has published an article and statement on the abuse at Kanakuk Kamps.

 

Contact Information:

Phone: 202.393.7245

Email

Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment

GRACE

About:

Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment (GRACE) provides educational and training programs for churches and other faith-based organizations. Training is available for leadership and full congregations. They also provide consultation, policy review, and independent third-party investigations. GRACE exists to equip the Church with a vision for authentic community, where responsibility, accountability, and compassion are second nature, and caring for children and adult survivors of abuse is non-negotiable. GRACE is not a law firm or mental health provider and does not serve as a referral source for direct services.

 

Who should contact GRACE?

Christian institutions seeking to prevent sexual abuse or investigate abuse allegations.

 

Contact Information:

Email

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