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 persevere 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 of
Father's United Inc.
Fathers United Inc desires to eliminate paternal alienation and fatherlessness by increasing awareness, assistance, and networking to drastically increase the participation of all fathers in every child’s life.
“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."
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rescued from FATHERLESSNESS
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.
Fathers have IMPROVED their custody with Fathers United Inc.
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The number of children growing up without fathers in their lives has reached epidemic
proportions. High rates of divorce and out-of-wedlock births have created a generation of fatherless children.
63% of youth Suicides
90% of all homeless and runaway children
85% of all children with behavioral disorders
71% of High School Dropouts
70% of Juveniles in state operated institutions
85% of all youth currently in prison
ALL COME FROM FATHERLESS HOMES
5% of the adult male population is in or has been in prison, costing taxpayers $75 billion a year.
Incarcerating a juvenile costs states an average of $407.58 per person per day and $148,767 per person per year
A child leaving high school to enter into a life of crime or drug abuse can cost his community $1.7–$2.3 million in their lifetime.