Support for Dads


Parent Holds The Hand Of A Small ChildDads who need support, look no further. We’ve got this one.

American Coalition for Fathers and Children supports shared parenting, working closely with pro-family and civil liberties groups to promote equal rights for both parents in the courts and in family law legislation.

Divorced Fathers Network seeks to improve the lives of children and families during and after the divorce process. Members promote cooperative relationships between former spouses, mindful that research shows co-parenting provides children with the best chance for success.

Fatherhood Coalition also promotes shared parenting, as well as an end to discrimination and persecution faced by divorced and unwed fathers in society at large and specifically in Massachusetts.

Fathers & Families Coalition of America seeks to improve the lives of children through father involvement and building stronger families. Its mission is to enhance the capacity of service providers and help create a legacy of making a difference in the lives of children by including the presence of a father.

Men’s Health Network seeks to reach men, boys and their families where they live, work, play and pray with health awareness and disease prevention messages and tools, screening programs, educational materials, advocacy opportunities and patient navigation.

Parents Without Partners is the largest international, nonprofit membership organization devoted to the welfare and interests of single parents and their children. The group provides single parents and their children with an opportunity for enhancing personal growth, self-confidence and sensitivity toward others by offering an environment for support, friendship and the exchange of parenting techniques.

Santa Clara County Fatherhood Collaborative represents a large group of community resources committed to supporting healthy fatherhood and male involvement for the benefit of children. The group encourages development of programs and services that help fathers and males become positive influences in their families, and specifically for children.

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Bruce Shutan

Bruce Shutan is a versatile Los Angeles freelance writer who has written for more than 100 publications or corporate entities over the past 15 years and recently began ghostwriting self-published books. His extensive reporting on the American workplace dates back to 1985, with a showbiz sideline developed in 2000. His website is

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