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Causes: Adult Education, Education

Mission: F.A.C.T. Inc, provides Preventative Education and Awareness Programs as well as Resources and Support Programs for Survivors to curb the incidence and relapse into Undue Influence, Manipulation and Coercion in Human Trafficking situations (sex & labor), High Demand Groups, Religious / Spiritual / Self Help & Cultic Communities.

Target demographics: Families and victims of cults and abusive high control/demand groups.

Geographic areas served: National 5013C with international outreach

Programs: Families against cult teachings program dedicated to raising awareness and educating about destructive cult groups in the united states and abroad. Helping cult victims and their famalies is also a top priority, for which we offer care,guidance, and various kinds of support. Suicide prevention assistance for cult victims requiring urgent medical and psychiatric care. National lecture circult in high schools and colleges to educate students abouts cult methodology.

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10 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am thankful for Families Against Cult Teachings because I know I’m not alone and I’m not crazy. They have great resources and they are not pushy. I wish no family suffered at the hands of cult teaching and I’m thankful this group exists to help families like mine.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This non-profit is amazing and probably the only one in existence that works in all areas of the cult phenomena, from helping victims and families, to exposing destructive groups, to educating the public for their own safety and well-being. It's a small 501c3 org with a very big heart! This problem is only getting worse as you can see on an almost daily basis in the media approaching epidemic levels in society. I have learned a great deal from this organization and continue to follow and support them in their mission. Keep up the great work ya'll! -- Roger Talbot

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Families Against Cult Teachings is a trustworthy and selfless nonprofit dedicated to helping victims of cult abuse and their loved ones. Their team provides education, support and advocacy for people who have been exploited and preyed upon by the cruel manipulation inherent in cult tactics.

F.A.C.T has given compassionate assistance to thousands of children and adults who need help in breaking away from the lethal web of cults that imprison the spirit and soul by using techniques like brainwashing and mind control. Their advocates are trained in the nuances and difficulties that arise when one is trying to break away from a cult's rigid belief system.

This is the "go-to" organization when one needs help in freeing oneself or a family member from the morass of quicksand that prevents many cult members from ever breaking free. F.A.C.T knows the life-threatening dangers that are inherent in the grooming and eventual destruction of critical thinking, which is the goal of every cult. I am grateful to them for the lives they save, for their strength of resolve and the transparency by which they operate.

Board Member

Rating: 5

100 Percent of all donations received are spent on the cause of the organization due to the fact that I donate in-kind for all the operational expenses.


Rating: 5

This organization is saving thousands of abused and exploited adults and children's lives through their preventive educational and mental health support to victims and uniting families. I'm giving them a full 5 stars for their limitless devotion for the cause and their transparency.

Client Served

Rating: 5

top of the line
family member in serious trouble


Rating: 5

It's been an amazing experience working with such a great organization who really cares and dedicates their time and effort in educating and helping others cope with their emotional distress.

D Bob C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

Families Against Cult Teachings has been using my name in their advertisements without my consent. When I reached out and requested that they stop doing so is this is extremely illegal they have ignored my repeated messages, let me comments they immediately deleted, and otherwise have not been honest, helpful, and supportive.

It is a major letdown to see an organization of this type demonstrate this complete lack of ethics and I am afraid I will need to get legal help to stop them from using my name and breaking the law.

Comments ( 1 )


Fact500 06/11/2020

Hi, Darryl. Please see our response to you from February 2020 on the very thread you are referring to regarding your public domain opinion piece at the Daily Camera shared by us @Families Against Cult Teachings and Abuses, Inc. __________________ A person by the name of Darryl Collette wrote an opinion piece for the Daily Camera newspaper in Boulder, Co, please see the following link https://www.dailycamera.com/.../opinion-darryl-collette.../ and also in this original posting. Darryl Collette is Not associated with F.A.C.T. Inc whatsoever. We are reposting his opinion piece, which is in the public domain, to help raise awareness about the ongoing issues surrounding Naropa University. According to Stanford University Library - Public Domain is defined here https://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/public-domain/welcome/ Thank you, The F.A.C.T., Inc Team

Janette A.1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

As a survivor when I was looking for support and also a place to land with regards to my advocacy, FACT was there with open arms. Their mission is extremely important and their work is saving lives! I am very grateful to have found FACT and affiliated myself with such a pure hearted, caring group of people who are passionate about their work! Thank you for all you are doing FACT! J.A.



Rating: 5

Your Supporting Materials are so great. Thank you.
Let's please stay in touch. And let me know about the events you are thinking about holding. I'd love to help in any way I am able to.”

All my best,