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October 19, 2017

Father Focus: Anthony Dorman

In March 2017, Anthony Dorman enrolled in the Lancaster Fatherhood Project voluntarily. He and his wife were going through separation when he had to have emergency surgery. During his recovery, he was laid off from his job. After legal separation, he found himself with little access to his children.  He was searching for guidance because, despite the difficulties with his marriage, Anthony wanted to be the dad his son and daughter deserve. That’s when he turned to the Lancaster Fatherhood Project.
Anthony diligently attended group sessions, but it was the program’s Healthy Relationships curriculum that helped him most in marriage counseling sessions with his wife. His relationship with her has continued to improve and he now has regular visitation with his children. He says he isn’t able to see his children as much as he would like, but he is happy for the time he does get to spend with them. Anthony is now employed with a local marketing company.

He will graduate from the fatherhood program on Oct. 19, 2017.


Anthony Dorman enrolled in the Lancaster Fatherhood Project to learn how to be the father his son and daughter deserve. He will graduate from the program Oct. 19, 2017.