Our mission is to provide the means for fathers to become great dads.
We advocate for fathers and father-friendly policies at the state level; educate families, leaders and the public about the importance of fathers; and provide fatherhood programs and support services at the local level.
No—however, through our local fatherhood programs and information on our website, we help fathers better understand their obligations and how to navigate the child support system.
No, though our website contains significant information about child support, custody and visitation with links to resources that can help fathers file paperwork and represent themselves in court. If you need an attorney, contact a local fatherhood organization near you. Your local organization may be able to recommend an attorney who understands child support issues and who may provide legal services at a reasonable rate.
Find our fatherhood organization nearest you by using our locator map. Every local program is eager to help. Feel free to call, email or go by in-person to learn more about the programs they have available, when they are offered, and how to sign up.
Yes, we are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.