I started the Fathers’ Forum in 1986 with the belief that our lives as dads could be more meaningful, vital, interesting and enjoyable if we were prepared to become parents. This means being actively involved in the birth process and learning about the transition to parenthood. I found that bringing dads together to explore the…Details
CPF / The Fatherhood Coalition advocates for the institution of fatherhood, encompassing the full range of human behaviors and endeavors that flow from the father-child relationship. We work to promote shared parenting and to end the discrimination and persecution faced by divorced and unwed fathers.
The Mission of this organization is to allow God to empower us as men , to develop comprehensive programs which can be utilized into a “ rite of passage” for our youth in the areas of socialization , education , and empowerment through a mentorship initiative. Dads Club Inc. will help to strengthen the bond…Details
The National Center for Fathering (Fathers.com) is a nonprofit educational organization that provides research-based training and resources so that men are equipped to address their children’s needs. Our goal is to reverse the cultural trend toward fatherlessness by helping every dad learn how to be a father.
Established in 2007, we are a national on-line support and signposting service for parents who are going through or been through separation/divorce.
Our core ethic is listen to what parents need and in response provide free, accurate, and easily accessible professional advice to parents whatever their background, ethnic group, sexual orientation or family set-up.
The Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative (MFI) evolved from a two-day training session held in October 2005. The session was conducted by staff from the Maryland-based National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) at the request of Mayor Tom Barrett. More than 25 community leaders participated in this initial training session. Out of this planning session, a subcommittee emerged with…Details
Before the industrial revolution, fathers often worked side by side with their sons and instructed their children in spiritual values. When industrialization took over the American landscape, fathers left their farms and headed to the factories. Fourteen- to 16-hour workdays set the stage for the absentee father. Eventually, fathers came to be regarded as merely…Details
Purpose Studies and experience have shown that children enjoy far better outcomes when their fathers are constructively engaged in raising, nurturing and supporting them. When a father is present in the life of his child, that child is far more likely to experience success in life including graduating from high school, delaying sexual activity, and…Details
NFI Mission & STRATEGY National Fatherhood Initiative’s Mission: To improve the well-being of children by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, and committed fathers. We strive to ensure a brighter future for America’s youth. By equipping and educating fathers, we’re working on an issue that is at the core of our…Details