Grantee Reports

FRPN grantees are conducting a variety of evaluation studies of fatherhood programs and research into issue areas that impact fathers and child well-being. Several grantees are leading exploratory and descriptive research studies that provide insight into previously unstudied or understudied areas. Other studies include projects led by researcher/practitioner teams that involve the collection of data from program participants and/or staff at pre- and post-program time points to assess changes in father-child involvement and coparenting. 
Learn more about the FRPN grantees and funding opportunities here
Below you will find reports from the FRPN grantees that outline their work.

Supporting Resources

State Policies and Employment Outcomes among Fathers with Criminal Records

Oct 2019 | Allison Dwyer Emory, Alexandra Haralampoudis, Lenna Nepomnyaschy Read More

FRPN Grantee Report: Considering Contextual Influences on Fatherhood Program Participants’ Experiences in Alabama

Aug 2019 | Francesca Adler-Baeder, Julianne McGill, Ami Landers, Rachel Odomes, Alexander, Chan, Sallye Longshore, Nancy Buckner & Faye Nelson Read More

FRPN Grantee Report: Do Responsible Fatherhood Programs Work? A Comprehensive Meta-analytic Study

Dec 2018 | Erin Holmes, Alan Hawkins, Braquel Egginton, Nathan Robbins & Kevin Shafer Read More

FRPN Grantee Report: Evaluating Mother and Nonresidential Father Engagement in Coparenting Services in a Fatherhood Program

Nov 2018 | Sarah Whitton, Kimberley Sperber, Karen Ludwig, Aaron Vissman & Harold Howard Read More



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