Words cannot express how grateful I am for Father's United Inc. When I thought I was at the end of my rope with nowhere to turn, Father's United Inc. was there. They reassured me I was not alone and helped me win my rights. Father's United Inc. has changed our lives forever. Thank you so much.
Father's United Inc. Client and New Member
As I progressed through my fight for parental rights of my daughter, I noticed there wasn't any readily available resources for men. It seemed like every resource I found was only for women. No matter where I looked there were not any resources for Fathers who wanted to be in their children's lives. I not only perservered but vowed once I was done I would ensure no man would have to walk this journey alone ever again. I proudly present my dream and my vision of Father's United Inc. "Changing the world one FATHER at a time"
President and Founder
Father's United Inc.
To us, It’s important to be clear about what services we provide to fathers, children, and communities in need. Here is a small sampling of our initiatives.
Our goal is to help fathers understand the importance of being active in the lives of their children. Father’s United Inc. aims to help current fathers, recovering fathers, isolated fathers, step-fathers, Uncles, future fathers or anyone with a desire to have a positive impact in the lives of a child and their community.
"Changing the world one FATHER at a time!"
Mission- Fathers United Inc desires to eliminate paternal alienation and fatherlessness by providing knowledge and hope to ALL fathers by increasing awareness, assistance, and networking. Therefore,drastically increasing the participation of all fathers in every child’s life and eliminating the deadbeat stereotype.
Children who have involved loving fathers are less likely to be incarcerated, become teen parents, have behavioral problems, and less likely to drop out of school. Children who have involved loving fathers are more social, earn higher grades, graduate from high school, attend college, are more financial responsible, and all around more productive in society. A father is much more than a financial responsibility. Money cannot tuck a child in at night, it cannot sooth a boo-boo, or get rid of a monster under the bed.
"The U.S. is becoming an increasingly fatherless society. A generation ago, an American child could reasonably expect to grow up with his or her father. Today an American child can reasonably expect not to. Fatherlessness is now approaching a rough parity with fatherhood as a defining feature of American childhood."