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“Whatever brought you here, you are not alone.”

Coming Up February 20th - The Elvis & Tom Jones Review!

Please join us for a special B.I.L.Y. fund raising event on Saturday, February 20, at 7 pm. It will be at the Granada Hills Charter High School in Rawley Hall. Tickets are $10 and are available at group or through the PayPal button below. This is a great show and seating is limited, so get your tickets early!


B.I.L.Y. News!

Because I Love You was recently featured in an Los Angeles Times article titled "'Professional Parents' in Free Support Group Offer Aid to Troubled Families." Read what they said about us here.

Your Purchases at Amazon Smile Will Help B.I.L.Y. Families!

That's right! You can contribute to Because I Love You while you shop at Amazon Smile, and it won't cost you a dime!
Just click on the button below, sign in to your Amazon account, and then type in Because I Love You in the charitable organization field. Follow the instructions to choose "Because I Love You, Winnetka" and that's it! Now every time you shop at Amazon Smile (the products are identical to Amazon), Amazon donates a percentage of your purchase to Because I Love You. Is that cool or what!

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B.I.L.Y. In The News

Media coverage documenting how Because I Love You has been helping families in crisis for 33 years, serving more than 700,000 parents and and at-risk youth across the U.S. and Canada. Working together on behavioral problems, families of children, teens, and adult children have found hope and positive change.


Dear Dennis

In crisis, or need guidance?
Ask Dennis Poncher, Founder of Because I Love You, your questions.
He responds to his mail daily.

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Aggravation To Preservation

Free Support Group Meetings

Find a location for a Parent Support Group or Youth Support Group near you. Meetings are open to the public, and there are no membership requirements or dues. B.I.L.Y. is a place to talk with other parents who listen without judgment and blame. "When raising children," Dennis says, "pain is inevitable, but the suffering is optional."