[E]arlier, with the help of Cordell and Cordell, we listed single-parent resources for dads and children. This time, we shift the focus to parenting and children.
Helpful Links for Single Dads
Children’s Rights Council Formed in 1985, the CRC is a Washington-based non-profit organization that works to assure children meaningful and continuing contact with both their parents and extended family regardless of the parents’ marital status.
Fatherhood.About.com A frequent resource for Daddy Got Custody, this site is for those interested in becoming better fathers. The About Fatherhood website is your one-stop source for information about being a great dad. Whatever the fathering role you play, this site finds articles, links and features a discussion forum to meet your needs and make you a better father.
Parental Alienation Awareness Organization (PAAO) Raises awareness of parental alienation and hostile aggressive parenting.
MensENews.org a project of Family Reunion Incorporated, this non-profit keeps families apprised of up-to-date news and information in order to help promote health and well-being of men, boys, and their families.
Family Investment Center (FIC) is a commission-free investment advisory firm. They help families (and other groups) organized and manage investments.
Daddy Got Custody Course Our own online video course to aid parents that are seeking to win or change custody. For $19.97 a month, you can ask private questions and get personal help on preparing evidence for your case.
ParentingTime.net An online service that can help you win custody, change custody, or reduce child support, eliminate disputes over parenting time and document the time you spend with your children.
OurFamilyWizard.com Offers divorced and separated parents online tools designed to make co-parenting easy,low conflict, and accountable.
Parenting and Divorce Education Classes Offered by Dr. Percy Ricketts in Pembroke Pines, Broward County, FL.
Stress Free Kids Helps children, teens and adults manage stress,anxiety, and anger while building self-esteem and more peaceful sleep.
What other single parent organization do you recommend? What resources have you used in the past?
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