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Family challenges can really hurt. Our mission is to support and empower those estranged from family, while working to destigmatize estrangement in the public sphere.

We acknowledge people who've lost family relationships due to childhood trauma, abuse, lack of acceptance for being who they are, promoting their strength and inner healing.

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Together Estranged partners again with BetterHelp to offer free therapy sessions.
Over the next few months, Together Estranged will be providing opportunities for folks to sign up and receive therapy sessions - a much needed resource that will aid in mental health and wellbeing.
June, 2024

Together Estranged, Inc. Announces Leadership Transition
 Seth Forbes, the esteemed Founder and Executive Director, will be stepping down from her role to pursue personal endeavors, focusing on family, health, and career. Read more.
April, 2024

Together Estranged partners again with BetterHelp to offer free therapy sessions.
Over the next few months, Together Estranged will be providing opportunities for folks to sign up and receive therapy sessions - a much needed resource that will aid in mental health and wellbeing.
September, 2023

Together Estranged hosts booth at inaugural Boston Pride For The People Parade
Over 1 million attendees participated in the Pride Festival in 2023, and Together Estranged had a booth set up with information and goodies.
June, 2023

Together Estranged reaches two years of successful virtual support group!
Since its inception, the online support group has served as a safe haven for nearly 200 people throughout the world.
February, 2023

Nonprofit Together Estranged receives $2,000 in grant funding by Walmart
Grant funding will go towards quality of life programming, such as for online support groups.
October, 2022

Nonprofit Together Estranged receives $5,000 in grant funding by the Boston Equality Fund
Amount awarded will go towards the organization's programming and operational expenses, which include advertising, web hosting, administrative responsibilities and other crucial costs. July, 2022

Together Estranged is awarded $3,000 by Boston University's Learn More Grant
The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization will be partnering with the Sexual Assault Response Prevention Team (SARP) and the Queer Activist Collective at BU to provide semester-long in-person support programming for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC undergraduate and graduate students who are estranged from family members. May, 2022 

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