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Capacity-Building Funding for Fatherhood Programs

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Children who live absent of biological fathers are, on average, at least two to four times more likely to be poor, use drugs or have behavioral problems than their peers who live with married (biological or adoptive) parents, according to recent social science research.

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National Constituent Input

79%

21%

180 total users

State Input

93%

7%

14 total users

District Input

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0%

No input from this district

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Stakeholder Positions (30)

Endorsing

  • Hopeline Pregnancy Resource Center
  • Padres Adelante Family Services Inc.
  • Human Services, San Bernadino County
  • X-Cons 4 Christ
  • Caroline County Dept. of Social Services
  • Greater St. James Community Recreation & Education Center (CREC)
  • Healthy Start Federal (Father Service Program)
  • Forward Christian Center
  • South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families
  • Nonviolence Works, Inc.
  • Male Empowerment Network (M.E.N.Inc)
  • Y2K Academy CDC
  • Sav-A-Life
  • Non Absent Fathers
  • Weingart Center
  • Children's Aid Society
  • Women’s Health Center of Duluth
  • Living Stones International
  • Christian Heritage Children's Home
  • Mission Gate Christian Center
  • Family Service Rochester
  • Men's Health Coalition of Middle Tennessee
  • American Values Network
  • Refined By Fire Ministries
  • Upright Youth Zone Mission, Inc
  • Aliquippa Council of Men and Fathers
  • Care Net
  • Clean Slate America
  • Daddy Builders Network
  • National Fatherhood Initiative