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  • Preserving the Parent-Child Relationship by Protecting the Rights of Parents
  • Supporting Parents and Children's Causes and Charities
  • Securing discounts and benefits for our parent members

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As an attorney, I can attest to the importance of the National Association of Parents. When taking an appeal to a state supreme court, ParentsUSATM authored a superb amicus brief in support of my client’s arguments, continually advocating for the law to be shaped with a focus on the parent-child relationship. Too often, in the cross-fire of facts between parents, courts and litigants can lose sight of the law. Specifically, the focus turns to what the parents are advocating for and the children’s fundamental rights to unfettered access to and relationships with both parents can be overlooked. ParentsUSATM plays a critical role in shaping domestic relations laws and advocating for the parent-child relationship.

Amy McDougal
Virginia

I never thought I would see the day my wife would be arrested for anything, much less for doing the right thing, choosing to keep our sick child out of school. The whole ordeal made us both feel helpless like everything turned upside down. Thankfully, ParentsUSATM saw our story and helped us right away. I appreciate everything the National Association For Parents, Inc. did for my wife, Julie, and for our whole family. We have the right to raise our children in the matter we see fit to raise them in (of course, as long as not hurting them). Parents are being wronged time and time again in society, but ParentsUSATM refuses to give up on fighting the good fight.
Keith & Julie
Georgia

From my experience, the National Association of Parents is responsive and defiantly on-board to fight the fights that make the difference for parents and their children. I am grateful to this organization for the support they have shown my children and me.
Frank G
Monroe, NY

I don't know what I would have done without the National Association of Parents. Their expertise, background, and wealth of knowledge pertaining to cases involving government authorities overstepping boundaries was a breath of fresh air in an incredibly troubling time.
Lydia S.
Springfield, MA

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We are the National Association of Parents, Inc., the collective voice of parents in the USA! We strive to preserve and support the parent-child relationship, and the right of parents to make decisions, so long as the child is not harmed (as the U. S. Supreme Court has proclaimed). Through strategic litigation, education, and lobbying, we work to shape public policy in support of parental rights. Using the collective power of our parent members, ParentsUSA™ flexes its political and economic clout to achieve these goals and, in addition, to fund pediatric cancer research and to support parents and children coping with serious medical issues and facing other difficult situations. Your membership also helps us secure discounts and benefits for our parent members starting with entertainment® savings included with your membership!

Membership Benefits

  • When parents come together, your voice becomes POWERFUL!

     When you join and become a member, your voice adds to the political and economic clout that ParentsUSATM can use on behalf of all parents!

  • SAVE Hundreds of Dollars

    As a member, enjoy the savings that come with your Little Spoon® discount and free entertainment® digital membership with 2-for-1 discounts and up to 50% discounts on dining, attractions, activities, shopping, services, travel and more, using your free mobile app. Your membership offers over 500,000 opportunities to save in 10,000 cities across the U.S. and Canada, for savings wherever you go!

  • JOIN Our Community of Parents

    You become a valued member of our community of like-minded parents, those who are passionate and determined to preserve your natural rights as parents, as protected by the U. S. Constitution,  to raise your children as you decide, so as long as they are not harmed. 

  • HELP Other Parents and Children

    Collectively, parents in the USA have political and economic clout. Through ParentsUSATM, we will work to lift up parents and their children by supporting pediatric cancer research, as well as help parents and their children coping with serious medical issues.

Featured Article

Parental Rights Are Threatened Again in Custody Case

Too many times, the government oversteps its authority, infringing upon the rights of parents and their children and, thereby, interfering with the parent-child relationship.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief in the Texas Supreme Court in support of parental rights, fighting against the government’s excessive intervention in the relationships between parents and children. In the case, a custody battle emerged between a child’s father and the mother’s live-in boyfriend after the mother died. According to the trial proceedings, the father was made sole managing conservator for his daughter, but the mother’s boyfriend was also granted possessory rights along with extensive visitation rights.

This case illustrates that government too often abuses its authority and, in doing so, oversteps and intrudes on the precious relationship between a parent and his or her child. In this case, the State of Texas directly interfered with the relationship between this child and his father, who the trial court found to be fit to have full control over decisions for the child. When the trial court granted custody rights to the mother’s live-in boyfriend based on some finding that the child would benefit, the court violated the Constitutionally protected rights of the parent. This case also demonstrates how easily and how excessively government can abuse its authority. ParentsUSATM is working to preserve the parent-child relationship by protecting the Constitutional rights of parents.  The relationship between a parent and child is priceless and, without a compelling reason to do so, government must, per the US Constitution, not interfere with the relationship. Editor Note: As of this writing, ParentsUSATM currently is determining whether procedurally time remains to submit an amicus brief to the Texas Supreme Court in support of the rights of this parent (the outcome of this case affecting all Texas parents and their children and, by the outcome, also influences courts across the USA on these issues).

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Visit parentsusa.org to learn more about parents' rights and issues. And become a member today to protect your rights and prevent these cases of outrageous overreach from happening again!

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When you join and become a member of the National Association of Parents, you become part of the most significant, collective community of parents in the USA. Together, parents have a powerful voice to push back against the State’s infringement on the rights of parents – rights as protected by the U.S. Supreme Court and Constitution. The collective voice of our community of parents must be heard and through ParentsUSATM, your voice will be heard. Join and become a member of ParentsUSATM today to support our efforts on behalf of your children and you!

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