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CPR has conducted a number of studies evaluating programs designed to promote noncustodial father involvement with children.  The programs typically provide employment, child support and child access assistance, as well as a multitude of other services to address problems that may be barriers to employment or participation in children's lives.  The programs studied to date range from New Hampshire to California, and include evaluations of two Colorado programs.


 Responsible Fatherhood and Child Access

Multi-Site Responsible Fatherhood Programs

The Colorado Fatherhood Initiative 1997-2000
The Parent Opportunity Project 1997-1998
Child Access Demonstration Projects 1990-1995
Child Custody and Child Support 1983-1985
Visitation Enforcement Programs: Impacts on Access and Child Support 1990-1992


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