Breastfeeding Support Articles
- “A Qualitative Approach to Social Support and Breast-feeding Decisions”
- “Barriers and Facilitators for Breastfeeding Among Working Women in the United States”
- “Developing a Worksite Lactation Program”
- “Duration of Breast Milk Expression Among Working Mothers Enrolled in an Employer-sponsored Lactation Program”
- “On-the-job Moms: Work and Breastfeeding Initiation and Duration for a Sample of Low-income Women”
- “The Effect of Employment Status on Breastfeeding in the United States”
- “The Opinions of Employed Mothers About their Own Nutrition During Lactation: A Questionnaire Survey”
- “Working Women's Breastfeeding Experiences”
Family Resource Centers
- California Department of Developmental Services, Early Start - Family Resource Centers/Networks
- Family Voices
- Institute for Family Centered Care. Special Topics: Patient and Family Resource Centers
- Fathers.com - Helping you become a better dad
- "Restoring Fathers to Families and Communities - SIX STEPS for Policymakers" "U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Releases Dad Guide"
- The Fathers Network Mission is to celebrate and support fathers and families raising children with special health care needs and developmental disabilities.
- National Center for Fathers and Families An interdisciplinary policy research center, NCOFF is dedicated to research and practice that expands the knowledge base on father involvement and family development, and that informs policy designed to improve the well-being of children
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Fathers' Guide
- Project Fatherhood To address the problem of absentee fathers, Dr. Hershel Swinger created Project Fatherhood to re-engage low-income fathers, particularly in urban settings, in the care and upbringing of their children. Through therapy, support, parenting education, and other services fathers learn to be more loving, responsible parents and active participants in their children’s lives.