Resources

Did you know?
Even though per the name, it is not advertised, single fathers can get WIC! WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. WIC’s official name is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
The WIC program was developed to meet the needs of pregnant women, infants, and children in the critical growth years of fetal development and early childhood. WIC benefits, by design of the program, are provided only to pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants, and children under the age of five. A man with any of these participants in his family benefits from the support the nutritious food and nutrition education offers his family. Men can and are encouraged to participate in nutrition education, family nutrition counseling, shopping for WIC approved food, and referrals to health care and other programs that may benefit their families. Find out more about nutrition here.

Did you know?
NFI (National Fatherhood Initiative) offers five, core fatherhood programs and a collection of supporting resources, training, and technical assistance to support you in your father engagement efforts. Learn more here.

Did you know?

A child born to unmarried parents does not have a legal father until both parents establish paternity. Without legally establishing paternity, unmarried fathers have no rights or responsibilities to their children, which impacts the benefits and protections fathers can receive. Watch the webinar from Fatherhood Resource Hub to learn more about the benefits of positive father involvement, the risk factors associated with father absence, obstacles fathers face to being involved in their children’s lives, and what organizations can do to promote father involvement.

Did you know?

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher is a government managed app that provides support to single fathers by helping them with Low cost housing. Learn more here.

More Resources and Grants Providing Financial Help for Single Parents/Fathers

Parent on the go?

Check out LittleSpoon. A homemade quality delivery food service dedicated to your baby or toddler for that’s personalized to your child’s nutrition.

Finding it hard to date with a kid?

As a single parent, you’ve tried other dating apps, but at the first mention of your kids, you’re no longer interesting. Sound familiar? Try Stir, the Single Parent Dating App

It’s where you don’t have to apologize for having a crazy schedule.

It’s where having kids isn’t a deal-breaker.

It’s where solo parents can meet, chat, and rediscover the fun in dating.

Need a dating wingman?

If you’re single or struggle with dating, I think you’re gonna be very interested in what I say next. If you’ve ever used a dating app, you know they’re a huge pain. But what if I told you there was a virtual wingman that worked on every dating app? That’s exactly what the guys over at Keys AI built. Keys AI is your virtual wingman that suggests exactly what to say to land your match. I’ve used Keys AI on Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge and it is an absolute game-changer. I won’t use dating apps without it now. If you want to start getting more dates immediately, download Keys AI for free – search Keys AI in the app store.

Need some child safety tips?

 ConsumerNotice.org; it’s a free-to-use resource that features information on defective products, financial vulnerability, and environmental and public hazards that could threaten our health and safety.

They have published a child safety guide that covers food safety basics, toy risks, and more. We’ve also published a guide on the essentials of baby-proofing. You can find them both here:

https://www.consumernotice.org/products/child-safety/
https://www.consumernotice.org/products/child-safety/babyproofing/

Their links resources are totally free to use.

Having Trouble Communicating with Your Co-Parent?

TalkingParents is a communication and coordination platform offering co-parents the tools to focus on raising children.

Keep unalterable records of every message, event, or call between you and your coparent. Have conversations, send files, and stay accountable knowing nothing can be deleted. Unalterable Messaging. Accountable Calling. Shared Calendar. 30-Day Free Trial available.

New: The Single Father Group

The Single Father Organization is a private support and resource network for single fathers with children of any age help with parenting and growing families. Ask, Share, Learn, Support, and Grow.

This group started from my podcast called, ‘The Single Father Podcast.’

I wanted to give other single fathers a community group where we can vent and support each other. (appropriately)

I hope this group can be a place where we can talk about recent episodes, share resources, vent about our experiences, learn from others, and most of all support each other.

All you have to do to get access to this group is join our patreon and then search on facebook The Single Father group or click here to join the pack. Note: Email hello@ventpack.org when you joined the patreon so we are sure to accept your request to join the group.


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