Our confidential helpline is available for male victims of domestic abuse and male victims of domestic violence across the UK.We support men suffering from domestic abuse from their current or former wife or partner (including same-sex partner).This can range from actual violence or object throwing to mental abuse such as constant bullying or constant insults
We believe in building solid foundations and spotting problems early. Parenting classes, early years education, and advice on emotional wellbeing are just as important as breaks for young carers and extra help for disabled children.We work on the ground, in communities, through 503 local services across the UK, in schools and online.herever you find us, we’re doing what’s right for children.We help more than 368,648 children, young people and their families in the UK every year. But we can still do more. See the difference you can make to children’s lives.
CAFCASS was set up on 1st April 2001 under the provisions of the Criminal Justice and Court Services Act which brought together the family court services previously provided by the Family Court Welfare Service, the Guardian ad Litem Service and the Children’s Division of the Official Solicitor’s Office.
MATCH is a charity that offers non-judgemental support and information to mothers apart from their children in a wide variety of circumstances. Our members include those who are sharing parenting and those who have little or no contact. We believe that children have a basic human right to continue to be part of a loving, nurturing family network for life, no matter how many times that family re-makes itself, no matter where their mothers live.
There are currently over 2 million non-residential dads in the UK and over 200,000 raising their children alone. Just in London there are 20,000 dads who are the main carers for their children. We have seen a huge change in society and these figures are expected to rise dramatically in the next 5 years. After raising his own son from an early age, William realized that there was very little support for fathers.Although there were a number of organisations available to help parents, there was no support for the practical side, no one to meet up with for a coffee and chat, people that would have an understanding of their struggles. It was Billy's dream to create a charity that could offer the support needed by single dads so he set up Dads House.
It's hard to be a father separated from your children. You worry about them, you want to see them and be involved with their lives. But that's not always easy. There are all kinds of problems you have to deal with, legal, financial and emotional. It can be a very rough road.That's why we made SeparatedDads. It's a complete guide to dealing with life as a separated father.
Families Need Fathers seeks to obtain, for the children, the best possible blend of both parents in the lives of children; enough for the children to realise that both parents are fully involved in their lives, The parents should be of equal status in law.Responsibilities and obligations, caring and financial, should be fairly shared between the parents.
The Fatherhood Institute’s vision is a society that gives all children a strong and positive relationship with their father and any father-figures; supports both mothers and fathers as earners and carers; and prepares boys and girls for a future shared role in caring for children.