Father's Rights Websites

The following is a listing of the websites I've found that may offer you the support or information you are looking for: (Sorted alphabetically)


American Coalition for Fathers and Children (AFCF) - This association is dedicated to the creation of a family law system and promoting public awareness for equal rights for all parties affected by issues of the modern family.  To access data you must be a member, however...
They have a petition you should sign
And a listing of state affiliated groups you can look into here

Fatherville - Not tied directly to father's rights, but has good information on being the best dad you can be.

Illinois Fathers - Working to to assist non-custodial parents in maintaining a meaningful and substantial relationship with their children and to educate the general public on the importance of these relationships.

Innocent Dads - This site is dedicated to all of the Fathers who have gone through, or are going through, or will be going through a nasty custody battle where you are falsely accused of many various charges.
If you are ever in a position to have to take the Abel Assessment please read this page.

Internetvisitation.org - If you live far from your children, this site educates and informs about Virtual Visitation and is working to help promote legislation worldwide. They will help BOTH parents and their legal council obtain information on Virtual Visitation and how it may help children stay in touch with BOTH parents and their family. The information they offer is free and available to anyone.

National Fatherhood Initiative - This group is working to improve the well-being of children by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, and committed fathers.

The National Father's Resource Center - If you want to access all of their data you have to pay for a membership, but they have a lot of information there for free as well.  A lot of the information is directly related to the state of Texas.

UK Father's Rights - Fathers who live in the United Kingdom can find good information on this site.