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Annual Data

2012 OUTCOMES

1,606 fathers served.  922 (57%) were voluntary and 684 (43%) were court-ordered.

3,327 children were impacted by fathers enrolling in the program

811 participated in job readiness sessions and job skills training

464 gained employment

895 received parenting education

448 experienced improved relationship with the other parent

533 improved relationship with child(ren)

503 increased contact with children

254 fathers received 1104 health services

$1,151,935 paid in child support

$201,337 paid in arrears

 

2011 OUTCOMES

1,753 fathers served.  1033 (59%) were voluntary and 720 (41%) were court-ordered.

3,275 children were impacted by fathers enrolling in the program

1018 participated in job readiness session

357 received transportation services

527 gained employment

959 received parenting education

405 experienced improved relationship with the other parent

503 increased contact with children

399 received health screenings

$1,151,759 paid in child support

$188,181 paid in arrears

 

2010 OUTCOMES

1,568 fathers served. 929 (59%)were voluntary and 639 (41%) were court-ordered.

830 participated in job readiness sessions

324 received transportation services

452 gained employment

762 received parenting education

395 experienced improved relationship with the other parent

464 increased times spent with their child

277 received health screenings

$964,558 paid in child support

$125,255 paid in arrears