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New FRPN Funding Opportunity 

The FRPN will issue up to 12, $10,000 grants to support state planning projects to develop, augment or sustain initiatives to promote father inclusion in policies and practices in state agencies, departments and programs that serve families. Applications are due by Dec. 31, 2018. 


FRPN Grantee Report 

Evaluating Mother and Nonresidential Father Engagement in Coparenting Services in a Fatherhood Program examines the characteristics of nonresidential fathers participating in a fatherhood program at the Talbert house in Cincinnati, OH, including predictors and barriers to father and mother engagement in coparenting services. 


FRPN & NCSEA Webinar 

This webinar highlights how states include fathers in programs and policies dealing with families and the critical role that child support agencies play in supporting such fatherhood initiatives and programs. It also outlines the FRPN's new funding opportunity for state planning grants. 


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Parenting Programs for Incarcerated Fathers
The DAD MAP Evaluation: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Culturally Tailored Parenting and Responsible Fatherhood Program.