Our Mission

AbleChild, a 501c3 non profit organization, has been established to raise public awareness regarding the psychiatric labeling and drugging of children, and the risks of mandatory mental health screening.

AbleChild acts as an independent advocate on behalf of parents whose children have been subjected to mental health screening, psychiatric labeling, and prescribed psychotropic drugs without receiving informed consent.

Ablechild champions human rights to protect all children and teens by disseminating all necessary information to educate parents and caregivers on the real risks of psychotropic drugs on children and inform them on alternative resources for behavior and attention issues.

Ablechild’s intent is to refocus or redirect schools onto educational issues as opposed to psychological ones.

Ablechild works as an independent proponent for children in foster care who are improperly treated with dangerous psychotropic drugs, many time off-label, without informed consent, and without benefit.

AbleChild works steadily to influence critical national policy debates as they unfold in legislation by serving as a voice for caregivers and children to ensure that no law is passed that infringes on the rights of anyone to full informed consent and choice related to mental health screening, psychiatric labeling, and drugging of children.

AbleChild is not affiliated with any religious or political organization.

“We must act now to protect for this and succeeding generations not only our human and material resources, but our free institutions as well.” – Public Education and Political Consequences. The Gaither Report of 1957

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