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Americans United for Separation of Church and State

https://www.au.org/

Americans United for Separation of Church and State is a nonpartisan educational and advocacy organization dedicated to advancing the separation of religion and government as the only way to ensure freedom of religion, including the right to believe or not believe, for all.

American Civil Liberties Union

https://www.aclu.org/

The ACLU is often the "go-to" organization when questions of law vs. religion arise.

Camp Quest

https://www.campquest.org/

Camp Quest camps provide a traditional sleep away summer camp experience for kids 8-17, with a wide range of activities. In addition to traditional summer camp activities, Camp Quest offers educational activities focused on critical thinking, ethics, scientific inquiry, philosophy, and comparative religion. It is particularly geared towards building a community for children from atheist, agnostic, humanist and other freethinking families. Their goal is to provide a place where children can explore their developing worldviews, ask questions, and make friends in an environment that is supportive of critical thinking and skepticism.

The Clergy Project

https://clergyproject.org/

“The Clergy Project is a confidential online community for active and former professional clergy/religious leaders who do not hold supernatural beliefs….Currently, the community’s 556 plus members use it to support, network and discuss what it’s like being an unbelieving professional in a religious community or being an unbeliever as ex-clergy in their world.”

Freedom From Religion Foundation

https://www.ffrf.org/

Promotes nontheism and defend the constitutional separation between religion and government. With more than 30,000 members, FFRF, a 501(c)(3) nonprophet nonprofit, works as an effective state/church watchdog and voice for freethought (atheism, agnosticism, skepticism).

Recovering from Religion 

https://recoveringfromreligion.org/

Recovering From Religion establishes and supports local groups and provides resources for people “from doubting theist to ardent atheist” who are struggling with negative after-effects of religion. They also, “Educate the secular communities about the tremendous need for providing this encouragement and support to people who identify as recovering from religion.” In the works is their Hotline Project which will provide a listening ear and referrals to support services 24-hours-a-day.

Secular Student Alliance

http://www.secularstudents.org/

The Secular Student Alliance supports student groups on college and university campuses and at high schools.  They provide assistance with organization, education, and outreach to students and student communities that “promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics.”  If you are looking for a secular student group in your area, you can use their Affiliated Campus Group List. The SSA’s Secular Safe Zone Project recruits, organizes and trains adult educators to “create safe spaces in which secular students can question, criticize, and discuss topics and issues important to them.”

Secular Therapist Project

http://www.seculartherapy.org/

The Secular Therapist Project is “an effort to connect secular therapists with clients who prefer a therapist that will use proven, state-of-the-art therapeutic methods that do not involve supernatural or religious elements.”  One unique feature is the website’s ability to connect secular clients and secular therapists with each other while preserving anonymity until they are both ready to disclose their identities.

Secular Organizations for Sobriety

http://www.sossobriety.org/

Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) is a nonprofit network of autonomous, non-professional local groups, dedicated solely to helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety/abstinence from alcohol and drug addiction, food addiction and more.