|Health Factors:||Family & Social Support|
|Decision Makers:||Local Government State Government Nonprofit Leaders Public Health Professionals & Advocates|
|Population Reach:||1-9% of WI's population|
|Impact on Disparities:|
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The Georgia Fatherhood Program provides education, training, and job placement for non-custodial fathers with the aim of improving the economic well-being of their children.
There is insufficient evidence to determine whether the Georgia Fatherhood Program improves the economic well-being of children of non-custodial fathers. Available evidence suggests that previously unemployed program participants can realize increases in employment and income (Bloomer 2003), but these findings have not been replicated.
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