we have a number of projects in development

Listed below are our projects and who/what we need to get them off the ground.

Please contact us to register your interest in the project you would like to volunteer for.

GrassRoots How-To Articles

We plan to make a library of short, easy-to-understand explanations of various topics. If you already have something written up, use the form on the “Contact Us” page to send it. If you are working on a project, take notes as you go along and then write it up.  Here are some of the topics we hope to cover — copy editing, grammar and spell-checking, audio and video production, slide production for webinars, publicity, Eventbrite, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, guest blogging and mailing lists.


The resource section has categories and formats for peer support groups. Groups can be open to all or formed around an issue. Examples of possible issues could be survivors who are parents, male survivors, survivors with shell alters, etc.

Needed: One or two people per
group to gather members, organize
the structure of the group, choose
a date, etc.

People have asked for:

General Peer-Led Support Groups

Drop-In Peer-Led Support Groups

Play Groups for Littles


Jean is planning a “Book of Days”. She needs a layout artist for a journal with quotes, artists to create line drawings from nature, and help choosing a self-publishing company.

Jean also needs a proof-reader and a cover design for a pamphlet on satanic holidays.

Contact Jean at

Cultural Events

Need: artists and writers to offer their talents through workshops or presenting their work.

Need: poets and authors of fiction or non-fiction books on ritual abuse, mind control, and healing to present their work.

Need: musicians and songwriters to host events or showcase their talents.

Each presenter can ask for assistance in organizing the event, managing ZOOM, etc.


It would be wonderful to have a Webinar series covering all sorts of topics relating to ritual abuse, mind control, and healing. It would be even more wonderful to have transcripts of those Webinars on this site.

We need presenters to share their work and talk about the process. Each presenter can ask for assistance in organizing the event, managing ZOOM, etc.


People who are comfortable in front of a camera can present on a topic or arrange to be interviewed. GrassRoots could have a YouTube channel and invite all who made a podcast to be part of the project.