How Can We Help You?
Navigating the cult recovery field can be overwhelming.
What does cult recovery have to offer? Are there organizations and resources to aid survivors of destructive groups or relationships?
Over the last 20 years, research on high-demand or destructive groups (often referred to as cults) has increased substantially, providing more insight into the mental health of those in these settings. We’ve begun to understand cult member’s relationship to coercive environments and the resulting issues surrounding identity (Dubrow-Marshall & Dubrow-Marshall, 2016).
Recent years have seen an increase in documentaries, podcasts, and other forms of media. General audiences are now fascinated by cults, and focus is turning toward improving the quality of life for individuals who have been harmed or who may be seeking information about deconstructing controlling influences.
Living in the digital age, information and education surrounding these topics are more accessible than ever. The flip side is that the amount of content out there can be overwhelming to navigate alone.
People Leave Cults offers a variety of services to help former members and the families of cult-involved individuals. Browse our options below to see if there's something we can do for you.
You can request financial assistance for our Cult Survivor service here.