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  • 1st SPOT Fatherhood: On fatherhood, first time fathers, at home dads and single fathers. Lots of links to fathering sites.
  • Blog d'Elisson: Writer waxes eloquent on many topics including his daughters.
  • CYFC FatherNet: Children, Youth and Family Center's information on the importance of fathers. Offers tips to help men be more effective parents.
  • CYFC FatherNet: Children, Youth and Family Center's information on the importance of fathers. Offers tips to help men be more effective parents.
  • Dad's Den: Articles ranging from the bond between dad and child, character formation, and making the home bright and cheerful. Discussion forums. Email newsletter.
  • DadTalk: A news source that looks at the world through dad-colored glasses.
  • Dads Make a Difference: Program to teach young Dads of their importance in the lives of children. Offers information and describes mentor program.
  • Dads Today: Articles, diaries, expert Q&As, and an opportunity to build community with other fathers.
  • Dads United: A site for dads providing help, support, and a chat forum.
  • Dads at a Distance: Activities that long distance dads can do from a distance to maintain and strengthen relationships with their children.
  • DfES - Dads and Sons: Dads and Sons website, where you can gain advice, tips and hints on how to get more involved in your son's education.
  • Divorced Fathers Network: Dedicated to improving the lives of children, fathers and mothers by supporting engaged, effective fathering during and after divorce.
  • Family Man: Writer Gregg Keer gives chronicles parenting and fatherhood with humor.
  • Father's World: Information, resources, support, and education for fathers and their families.
  • Fatherhood Information Hub: Offers articles, insights and on-line surveys for men raising children.
  • Fatherhood Project: A national research and education program that is examining the future of fatherhood and developing ways to support men's involvement in childrearing.
  • Fatherhood on About.com: Annotated web links for fathers, ranging from local playgroups to national programs to world-wide organizations.
  • Fathers Resource Center: We exist to provide the community with fathering information, education, support, and prevention programs focused on positive parenting.
  • Fathers' Involvement in Their Children's Schools: U.S. Education Department pages with links to List of Tables on Father involvement with children and their schools.
  • Fatherville.com: An online `resource` for fathers, by fathers, offering stories, advice and inspiration to fellow Dads.
  • ForDads.com: Tips, Tools and Resources for Dads.
  • Latino Papi: Bilingual `resource` and online community for Latino/Hispanic fathers. Aims to create a community of fathers, helping each other become the best dads while enjoying the process.
  • Lone Fathers Association Australia: An Australian non-profit organization devoted to the interests of non-custodial parents, their children and significant others, especially grandparents.
  • National Center for Fathering: Because of the trend toward fatherlessness in America, the Center was founded in 1990 by Dr. Ken Canfield to conduct research on fathers and fathering and encourage and enable men to be fathers.
  • Precious Moments: A beautifully written article about a father and his son and the special moments.
  • Resources for Fathers and their Children: Links to other fathering sites. Recommended books. Soliciting experiences from men living apart from their children for a future book.
  • Role of Fathers in Families: Talk given at The White House, for a Meeting on Supporting the Role of Fathers in Families.
  • Support for Dads with children of dead beat mothers: A `group` forming to help dads who have custody of, or who are fighting for custody of their children.
  • The Labor Movement : A Father's Guide: Pregnancy and parenting humor: Doug Powers shares his humorous view on dads and pregnancy and labor.
  • US Dept of Human Services Fatherhood Initiative: Initiative to support and strengthen the roles of fathers in families.
  • What Are Fathers for ?: Michael Lamb, speaking at the IPPR Conference 'Men and their Children' in London.

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