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ALL DAD's Helpline
If you can't find what you are looking for on this web site, you can contact EMAIL Helpline. Make sure you include your full name, street address, telephone number and the best time to contact you. Also please include enough details so we can better direct you concerns to the right people. We will not respond to unidentified contacts.
Helpline Email Contact:
The Helpline email contact is the best and simplest way to contact our WFCF counselors about any issues. Contact by email will enable us to find the best counselor that is experienced in your issue and a counselor that is most quickly available (All of our counselors are volunteers and have families and jobs of their own. There may be a slight delay in recieving a message back)
Informational Email Contact:
If you wish to ask an email question that is not Help specific please contact us by this email to request information.
The 1-608 ALL-DADS (255-3237) Telephone Helpline is a WFCF service to provide support for parents dealing with divorce and paternity issues. YOU MUST BE A WFCF MEMBER to use this feature.
If you are not a member, return to main menu and click on JOIN WFCF.
Back in 1987, when the energy and activism of the Founding Fathers of our organization were being focused into a program of support services for divorced, disenfranchised fathers, the ALL-DADS telephone helpline was one of the many invaluable resources brought to bear on behalf of fathers' rights as parents to their children.
Over the years, this critical service has literally provided a lifesaving link of communications to thousands of loving Dads and other family members who call during the worst point of crisis in their lives. Because of family breakups, they are deeply fearful of losing custody and relationship rights to their young children. As WFCF. members, all of us well know how realistic those concerns are, and just how important the encouragement and involvement of our organization are at such times of family failure.
The telephone helpline frequently brings us new members, and in return for a paid-up membership, avails all of our resources to fathers, including our counseling programs, our quarterly newsletter, our legal referral services, our family law initiatives, and not least, the social support network of divorced Dads that often develops into lifetime friendships.
For the past several years, various WFCF Board members and committed volunteers have fielded the great majority of ALL-DADS inquiries, providing a desperately needed, dedicated level of early encouragement to countless fathers who love their kids deeply, although they are at the mercy of hostile, prejudiced forces in the legal system throughout family breakups. By providing them with the proper state of mind, we help these Dads realize that divorce ends adult relationships, but not a parent's rights and responsibilities to his children.
The ALL-DADS Helpline is listed as a father's resource in virtually every courthouse and family counseling directory in the state of Wisconsin. We'll continue to serve and support Dads in distress for as long as needed, for as long as family law and social custom continue to discriminate against men as equally worthy parents during the entire lives of their children.
If you need help, contact the Wisconsin Fathers Helpline