This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I wanted to shine the spotlight on some dad organizations who are looking to help other dads by sharing their experiences as a father. These websites and groups are fantastic resources for any dad that is looking for help. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Jim Mckenzie – Everything For Dads
Jim Mckenzie is the founder at Everything For Dads. He is a passionate dad to seven. Jim is an entrepreneur and mentor. He is dedicated to helping guys become that best man and dad you want to be. Jim also teaches you how to live your happiest and healthiest life. He shares how you can reach your goals in life with easy tools and strategies. After that you can create the lifestyle of your dreams with integrity and purpose. Jim has lived an independent family lifestyle of his choice for the past 23 years. Therefore, he calls it his Fatherhood Biz. Check out his site at everythingfordads.com.
The Fatherhood Project – An Organizations Connecting Fathers
The Fatherhood Project is a non-profit fatherhood program in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, MA. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of children and families by empowering fathers to be knowledgeable, active, and emotionally engaged with their children. For more on The Fatherhood Project go to thefatherhoodproject.org.
Fathers 4 Kids
This is a resource for fathers concerning getting equal parenting rights. Members can choose to visit the offices to get help or go online and benefit from the numerous courses offered for dads. With this fatherhood program, fathers learn how to establish paternity, get visitation rights, and even represent themselves in custody court. In addition this father support group helps fathers prepare court documentation and access to DNA testing and free notary services. Go to fathers4kids.com for more on their organization.
The Fathers’ Rights Movement
This is a fatherhood support program that works to empower fathers by teaching them their rights and educating the public on the importance of fathers in society. Therefore the group has many chapters throughout the United States with pages on social media platforms. In addition, dads can get resources like state documents and books on child care, child custody, and how to become better fathers to their children. Go to fathersrightsmovement.us for more on their work.