Other than the Military Law Task Force’s many services for servicemembers, attorneys and legal workers, the following organizations or resources may be of assistance.
877-447-4487Limited Email counseling: girights [at] girightshotline [dot] org
Operates a confidential information hotline, staffed by trained lay counselors.
You may need to leave your contact info for a call-back. The Hotline is non-political and not affiliated with the US military. Calls, taken by trained volunteer counselors, are free and confidential. The MLTF is a member of the GI Rights Network that operates the hotline.
- Center on Conscience and War – specializes in counseling counseling conscientious objectors and assisting with applications for CO status/discharge.
- Coffee Strong – veteran-operated servicemember and veterans rights center located next to Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington State.
AWOL in Canada Counseling Memo – 2006 memo written for MLTF by Gerry Condon
War Resisters Support Campaign – founded in 2004 to assist U.S. military personnel who refused to participate in the Iraq war and came to Canada seeking asylum.
Editor’s note: info below from their website, and updated as of 2/2012
National Campaign Office:
Box 13, 427 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1X7
Contacts by city:
- Toronto: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vancouver: email@example.com
- Victoria: firstname.lastname@example.org
AWOL in the Army v.3 – written by MLTF member James M. Branum. Mostly focuses on Army, but in ncludes info about other services/ UA