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Resource Details

Initiative Name: 

National Parents Organization




Family Support

Source Of Information: 

NITCCI state information



Year Started: 


Administered By: 

Indiana Department of Child Services


Formerly known as the Fathers & Families initiative, the National Parents Organization is an advocacy group that works to maximize available grant resources for helping parents become more engaged in their children's lives. The initiative supports community-based programs that address one or more of these primary goals: increase fathers' involvement with their children; improve fathers' parenting skills; improve co-parenting relationships; increase paternity establishment, and increase child support collections. A secondary goal of the program is to decrease out-of-wedlock pregnancies.

Updated June 2014

Web Site: 


Target Population: 

Birth-School Age (0-13)

Funder Name  

Funding Type  

Funding Source  

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Access & Visitation Grants



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