Fatherhood Programs and Public Policy

Center for Policy and Family Practice - Jill Groblewski
January 2003

This is a link to a publication that is part of the Center for Policy and Practice’s Technical Assistance Series.  The purpose of the document is to help service providers and their clients become informed on general policy issues pertinent to noncustodial parents in their communities.  The paper looks at “fatherhood” policy from a broad perspective, and briefly explains how funding, laws, and practices affect families to help community service providers make informed decisions.  http://cffpp.org/publications/TA_Father_PubPolicy.pdf