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December 26th, 2014
Father Resources in Sacramento.
OneFathersLove Fathers and Mothers Advocacy Groups.
Department of Child Support Services
3701 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826 map
Ph (866) 901-3212
Without cost or taking time off for a walk-in appointment you may submit an application for child support services electronically online at: www.dcss.saccounty.net. Or, call the phone number to: Open a case - Report a phone or address change - Report a new employer - Check case status - Have your driver's license or professional license released - Ask a question about your case or opening a case. Free paternity test for the party served and where paternity is at issue.
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Alternatives Pregnancy Center
1111 Howe Avenue, Suite 160, Sacramento, CA 95825 map
Ph. (916) 880-4040
Free Dare 2 Dad group for new and expectant fathers.
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The Sacramento Dream Center
1516 C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 map
Ph. (916) 448-3733
On the first Saturday of each month, the Mach 1 Men's Group meets for breakfast at the Dream Center. Men fellowship and discuss any specific topic relating to fathers or any other issue that men face. Fathers & non-fathers encouraged to attend.
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Trailblazers Fathers Forum-Warmline Family Resource Center
8755 Sierra College Boulevard, Roseville, CA 95746 map
Ph. (916) 632-2100 Last Tuesday of each Month, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Support for fathers of children with special needs.
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2251 Florin Road, Suite 102, Sacramento, CA 95822
Ph. (916) 568-3237
A Sacramento father and families resource which provides help and resources to fathers and families enrolled in or participating in their programs. Two reviews for the Center for Fathers and Families view here>>.
1. A Google User
2 years ago
"Daddy's Home is a great program to help fathers navigate through family court. You get to experience other fathers situations through their stories. I have learned a lot.
2. A Google User
3 years ago
NOT A GOOD RESOURCE: NO terry did not go to law school, he specializes in "poetry to women." He also uses his job to try and get women as well instead of helping families that really need it. Rick Jennings should get someone with the proper credentials and EDUCATION to do the job.
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David Coleman, Sr.
Family Court Consultant
Ph. (916) 968-3724
Sacdads2010@yahoo.com
Sacramento, CA 95815
§ Specializing in Family Court Preparation
Document & Mediation Preparation
§ Workshops available to the community at no cost to host
• Baby Mama Drama
• Painful Poppa Problems
• I Heard That
• Jail Birds Don't Fly
• Waiting to Inhale


National Fatherhood Initiative
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Ph. (301) 948-0599 x4 message
Provides fathers program training and curriculum for starting a fatherhood program.
A fee for materials. FYI: Sacramento needs a fathers organization!
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United Fathers of America
1651 E. Fourth Street, Suite 107, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Ph. (714) 558-7949
This organization promotes mutual participation and responsibility of each parent
during and after separation. Although not a Sacramento based organization, you
may find the resource very valuable for assisting in what you may need to address
in family court and divorce in order to serve your child's best interest.
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National Center for Fathering
Many articles of fathering that are good to read. Include help and strategies. 
National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse
Information and materials you can use for yourself or to start a father program.
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