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.
Where to find key resources in the field of fatherhood online.
About resources for: research & data, general guidance for fatherhood programming, Latino and/or Spanish-speaking fathers, African-American fathers and Native American fathers.
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.
A brief overview of the content contained in each of the resources.
This list is illustrative of resources available, rather than exhaustive.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has not assessed every resource listed here, nor have the leaders in the fatherhood field who provided input throughout the development of the document.
There are other resources available for which no online resources currently exist, and as such, are not included in this list.
In communities and at the state level around the country, advocates, practitioners, their allies, fathers, and families work every day to improve outcomes for children through greater father involvement. These online resources serve as tools to help.