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The Fathers’ Rights Movement is a movement whose members, both men & women, are primarily interested in issues related to family law and child custody.

As a collective movement, we are passionate about empowering fathers to stand up for their rights and to educate the public and family court system about the importance of fathers in society, as well as bring greater awareness to the imbalance and injustice that effects the rights of fathers.

As an organization, we believe in starting from a rebuttable presumption of 50/50 shared parenting.

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Our Crisis Team needs your support!

It has been said that 21 fathers per week take their lives due to child access issues. We cannot verify this statistic because the research has not been done to confirm it. At The Fathers’ Rights Movement, we would argue that 1 death is too many. We know there is research that has been done on male suicide in general, but it does not account for the convenience of a “heart attack” or a “drug overdose” when that male is a father. We also know what leads fathers, specifically, to feel as if they have no other options and no other reason to live.

"Parental Alienation is mourning the death of a child who is still alive"

When a father decides to end his life, the impact is devastating. The sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, parents, friends, acquaintances and extended family members all wish they could have done more to prevent a suicide that ended one man’s pain, but leaves many others hurting. If you have lost someone, you have experienced that feeling.

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The Fathers' Rights Movement
9201 Lily Lake Rd,  | Wasilla, Alaska  99623
907-331-3960 | info@tfrm.us

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The Fathers’ Rights Movement is a grassroots organization that relies heavily on its members to donate their time, skills, ideas, and creativity to further the movement and its beliefs.  As we quickly grow, we are restructuring ourselves, but we cannot do that without the help from people like you.  If you are interested in obtaining a volunteer position within TFRM, please review our description of available opportunities below.

If you are interested in one of the positions listed below, please send a resume, a short statement of why you desire to work with The Fathers’ Rights Movement, and why you are interested in the position to recruiting@tfrm.us.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.