Dads Resource Center
The DRC provides education, resources and advocacy for dads who are separated or divorced and are determined to uphold their sacred responsibility as fathers.
At our heart, we are a children’s advocacy organization and our aim is to ensure that each child has the appropriate involvement and contributions from both their parents.
4 Challenges Single Fathers Face
Dads’ Resource Center Supports Single Fathers According to the 2021 Annie Casey Foundation Kids Count Report 34% of children under the age of 18 in the United States live in single parent families. Most of these 23,756,000 children live with… Continue Reading…
Five Tips for Newly Separated Fathers
DRC helps single fathers prepare for challenges they may face. January is known as “Divorce Month” and many unsuspecting fathers are not ready for the worst-case scenario. Studies show that women initiate divorces as much as 69% of the time… Continue Reading…
5 Tips for Setting Successful Co-Parenting Resolutions for the New Year
Dads’ Resource Center offers tips for setting up successful co-parenting in 2023 Millions of families co-parent, but not all are successful at it. This is often because they don’t have the necessary tools to navigate the situation. The more they… Continue Reading…
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Fathers’ Day Survival Tips for Single Fathers
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are around 2 million single fathers in the country. Due to the way that the family court, county, and social service systems operate fathers are often not allowed to spend as much time… Continue Reading…
6 Areas Fatherly Involvement is Minimized by the System and Society
Dads’ Resource Center shares research on how the system holds fathers back Many fathers who are in divorced situations get every other weekend with their child. If they are lucky, they may get to spend a little more time with… Continue Reading…
Top 5 Things Dads Can do to Help Support Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, making it an ideal time to shed light on this issue. The Dads’ Resource Center is promoting awareness of how father involvement is one of the primary factors in preventing these horrible situations from… Continue Reading…
I want to thank you for helping me get to where I am.
I was in a bad spot for a few years.
I heard a quote some time back about kids, something like my son thinks he needs me, but I was one who needed him.
Hope you have a blessed day.
I thought I had nobody who could possibly understand my experience.
However, there was hope when you spent many hours listening and helping nurse me through this long and terrible stormy part of life. I was so weakened from the continued harm that was done to me that I could barely think and I have nowhere to turn, but you helped to build me back up. Now I see there may be some hope for a future with my children and for a better future for them. Thank you for helping me.– T. S.
Your time and resources have been deeply needed and appreciated
On behalf of my children, thank you for the invaluable assistance that you have provided to our family.
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