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Coalition Against Institutionalized Child Abuse Expands!



Contact: Isabelle Zehnder

July 10, 2006/Webwire

Vancouver, WA – Coalition Against Institutionalized Child Abuse (CAICA) has recently expanded their website ( to broaden awareness to an industry involving our most precious commodity - children. With the recent deaths of Martin Lee Anderson, Giovanni Aletriz, Dillon Peak, and Angellika Arndt, and the need for intervention on the rise, CAICA is determined to bring public awareness.

CAICA has expanded to include information regarding facilities for mentally challenged children. Currently they provide news updates, press releases, special reports, and more. With their expansion, they have recently added articles on the use of restraints and CAICA’s Corner which offers educational books, DVD’s, and valuable information.

“We seek to expose and rectify the abuse and distress of children placed in private residential facilities, behavior modification programs, boot camps, wilderness programs, boarding schools, and mental health facilities,” says Isabelle Zehnder, Founder and President of CAICA. “We believe that no child should be abducted, incarcerated, abused, neglected, or stripped of their basic human rights for the sake of profit.”

Recent boot camp closings in Florida, combined with new findings regarding the Columbine incident of 1999, are disturbing. Today, more than ever, desperate parents are seeking alternatives for their troubled children. At this critical time in our society it is important for families to know there is help. However, it is imperative that parents do their research prior to residential placement. CAICA aims to educate parents about the tough love and mental health industries which can be both confusing yet necessary.

Jordan Riak, President of Project NoSpank, provides a resource for all those concerned with the wellbeing of children ( Sue Scheff, President of P.U.R.E., provides a service to assist parents and offers resources to make better choices(

It is CAICA’s goal to be a voice for all children who are abused, neglected, and who have died in residential treatment settings. Please take a moment to Sign the International Petition Against Institutionalized Child Abuse to help give these children a voice. CAICA provides weekly E-mail News Updates. If you would like to receive these updates, please contact


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