All new clients undergo a full background check to determine programs eligibility. We share all findings with said clients, and results are confidential unless otherwise directed by a client or mandated by applicable state and federal law.
Our programs are intended for use by fathers committed to responsible parenting. Individuals seeking our services are subject to screenings, and once enrolled, failure to comply with program expectations may be grounds for an eligibility review.
Lost and Found Program: We provide the services of private investigators to locate lost children so that they may be reunited with their fathers. Our investigators will only transfer findings to a client's personal lawyer to ensure confidential handling of information and the security of all relevant parties. This program provides responsible fathers and their lawyers with the information that they need to contest situations in which a father's partner or former partner may be illegitimately preventing that father's access to their children.
For more information about our programs, please call our hotline and dial extension #1 for Customer Support. We will help you determine what programs will best suit you and your family's needs.
Dial extension #0 for our fatherhood Support Hotline. We are always available to speak with you if you need support as a result of the pressures of fatherhood. We are equipped to walk stressed fathers through simple steps of calming themselves, and our hotline operators are prepared to work with callers to figure out how best to approach the most pressing issues related to fatherhood. Our hotline offers those who may feel helpless a route to betterment through management of any immediately distressing issues, through enrollment in our programs if appropriate, and if necessary, through referral to further professional support when we are unable to supply the assistance a father needs.
Doc-In Program: As one of our core ambitions in the next year, we are working hard to bring licensed case workers and professional medical staff onto our team as a a part of a huge effort to make sure that fathers have some substantial new resources to utilize in our programs. We hope to provide the ongoing mental health support fathers may need to process issues that prevent them from focusing on successful parenting. Additionally, we endeavor to bring in medical professionals to make sure that our clients' baseline physical health does not prevent them from acting as fathers to their children. If our doctors believe that health issues may prevent effective fatherhood, our team will work with clients to design effective strategies to address any relevant problems and put our clients in a better position to pursue being fathers to their children. Our mental health staff will simultaneously operate in some of our current core programming by leading some Fatherhood Support Groups and teaching particular skills from their background in family therapy or childhood development. Furthermore, we plan to integrate some of our new mental health staff into our hotline operator team so that we can directly respond to fathers in crisis rather than having to refer them for support elsewhere. #ComingSoon
Fatherhood Ambassador Program:
We acknowledge that in certain instances, fatherhood issues may involve law enforcement. While we do not offer domestic violence services, we coordinate with police to resolve cases such as verbal disputes between parents, as well as potential arrests for failure to pay child support. This program seeks field officers committed to fostering trust within their communities. Volunteer police officers undergo training in fatherhood-related dynamics so that they can communicate with families in language that deescalates situations and promotes the much-needed image of officers as community resources. Program police guide fathers to our support systems. More specifically, enrolled officers determine if calling our foundation into dispatches is appropriate, and we work with fathers to take care of child support payments or deliver crisis mediation services so that agitated fathers feel supported and see a route to being a better father through our programs. In the Fatherhood Ambassadors Program, our goal is to work with police to prevent arrests before they become necessary, to curb domestic violence before it emerges from verbal arguments, and to position police, fathers, families, and our foundation as a coalition that promotes a better future for our communities and for our children.For more information click here. #ComingSoon