Early Implementation Findings from Responsible Fatherhood Reentry Projects

Feb 2015 | Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation

From OPRE: This report from the Urban Institute provides early implementation findings from a study of six grantees that provide soon-to-be and recently-released fathers and their families with an array of activities and services in responsible fatherhood/parenting, healthy marriage/relationships, and economic stability. The goals of the programs are to help stabilize the fathers and their families, move the fathers toward self-sufficiency, and reduce recidivism. These grantees began program operations in October 2011; this report covers program activity through May 2013.

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