Father Resources

FATHER SPECIFIC RESOURCES
Links to resources & blogs for father’s.

Ask Dads
The Social Network for Dads

Dads Adventure
An on-line resource, Dads Adventure is dedicated to fostering the development of role models for new fathers in their communities, neighborhoods and families by working to put out positive, constructive information and messages, as well as tools and resources that help them do the job.

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The Dad Man
Fathers are a powerful, yet largely untapped resource in our society. On this site, you will learn how men can be better fathers, and how everyone can activate fathers to help enrich and strengthen our families, communities, organizations, workplaces, and schools.

Dads and Daughters
An on-line resource, Dads and Daughters is committed to promoting supportive and healthy father-daughter relationships and providing tools and advocacy to fathers in order to help their daughters have greater opportunities for self-fulfillment.

Family Man
An on-line for modern fathers and parents by syndicated columnist Gregory Keer.

Fathers of Massachusetts
A local resource that works to protect the child’s right to the love and care of both parents. FM seek shared parenting for the children of divorced and never-married parents with equal rights and responsibilities for fathers and mothers. They fight for social change for fathers and restoring constitutional protections for fundamental rights in family law.

Gay & Bisexual Dads of New England
Local listserv for gay and bisexual men with children to get together and share experiences, concerns, make friends and socialize with other gay and bisexual dads.

Gay Dads
GreatDads.com offers a list of on-line articles for gay dads.

Great Dad
GreatDad.com is an on-line parenting resource with dads’ point of view. Read up on tips and news on better parenting for your kids of any age because Dads don’t always think like Moms.

Men’s Resource Center for Change
Based in Amherst, MA, the mission of the Men’s Resource Center for Change is to support men, challenge men’s violence, and develop men’s leadership in ending oppression in ourselves, our families, and our communities. Our programs support men to overcome the damaging effects of rigid and stereotyped masculinity, and simultaneously confront men’s patterns of personal and societal violence and abuse toward women, children, and other men.

The National Center for Fathering
On-line resource. At The National Center for Fathering, they inspire and equip men to be the involved fathers, grandfathers and father figures their children need.

Western Mass Legal Services
WMLS provides free legal help in non-criminal cases for low-income people and elders who live in Western Massachusetts. Current case acceptance priorities are housing, government benefits, family law and domestic violence, employment, disability, health care and problems uniquely affecting elders. Assistance provided ranges from legal advice to full representation.

3 Comments

  1. August 16, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    The Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition is a fathers’ rights organization that provides support and legal assistance. Activities include an e-newsletter, forums with elected officials, social activities to promote shared parenting, participation in parades, and more. The website contains a wealth of information on shared parenting, child custody, child support, alimony, property division, and more. The spokesperson of the Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition is Rinaldo Del Gallo, III, Esq., a practicing family law attorney in Massachusetts. Mr. Del Gallo has handled a wide variety of family law cases, including issues of child custody, visitation, allegations of abuse, domestic violence, and more. For more information, visit http://www.berkshirefatherhood.com

  2. Mad Dadz said,

    July 25, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    Check out http://www.maddadzblog.com. Offensive, bitter, cynical what more could you want. Some dad bloggers need to tell you they love their kids and wife every third line, some want to spew minivan jokes, I just need some time in front of the computer where my family will leave me the heck alone.

  3. James O'Connor said,

    February 16, 2009 at 7:30 pm

    The Men’s Studies Press has created a valuable, but free, e-book: The Men’s Directory: A Worldwide Directory of Research and Resources – 2008 edition. To download your free copy visit: http://www.mensstudies.info/TMD.html


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