These resources are a snapshot of web-based materials available as of May, 2011; including field-shaping research and information sites, practical tools, and programmatic guidance for the important work of responsible fatherhood. 

January 1, 2011

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    Where to find key resources in the field of fatherhood online.

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    About resources for: research & data, general guidance for fatherhood programming, Latino and/or Spanish-speaking fathers, African-American fathers and Native American fathers.

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    Tools/guides/curricula related to: child support & welfare, incarcerated dads, military dads, workforce issues, head start, schools, children with special needs, marriage and domestic violence.

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    A brief overview of the content contained in each of the resources.

Key Takeaway

The field of responsible fatherhood

The field of Responsible Fatherhood has grown in important and influential ways since the 1980s. With this list, the Foundation wants to make available to its grantees and others who access Casey informational resources a selection of documents available on the web that can guide both beginners and those who have been involved in fatherhood work for a long time.

Findings & Stats

Statements & Quotations