Resources for Fathering in the Pandemic
Emotions: Are you looking for resources to help you or someone in your family cope with difficult or painful emotions (stress, anxiety, depression)? Parenting:  Are you looking for some guidance on how to talk to your children about the pandemic? Infant Health: Are you worried about the health of your new baby? Child Care: Do you need approved Coronavirus Pandemic Child Care for you child(ren)? Food: Do you need some help finding food resources in your community? Education: Do you need some resources to help you support your child's education and learning while school is out? Parenting Access: Are you struggling with access to your children during the pandemic?
  • Try contacting the Family & Youth Law Center at Capital University - 614.236.7236 or
Unemployment: Are you unemployed and looking for a job or help finding benefits? Entertainment and Learning: Are you looking for things for you and your family to do under Stay-At-Home orders? Other Resources:<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: sans-serif, Arial, Verdana, &quot;Trebuchet MS&quot;; font-size: 13px;Are you looking for something else?
Contact Us

Ohio Practitioners' Network for Fathers and Families (OPNFF)
P.O. Box 606194
Cleveland, OH  44106



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Membership in OPNFF is free and open to anyone!


Go to Join Us, fill out our online form and click submit.  It is as simple as that!


Thanks for all you do for Ohio's Children and Families

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Please consider making a donation to support our activities and our shared mission.  Click on the button below to donate online


or mail donation checks, payable to OPNFF to:

P.O. Box 606194
Cleveland, OH  44106

All contributions are tax deductible.  Thank you for your support of Ohio's fathers and families!


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