|Please join the Shared Parenting Council by contributing at one of the following membership levels or support us with a one time donation.
Why Shared Parenting? A Few Facts About Kids of Divorce and Separation. Teen violence and eventual incarceration is strongly related to father absence. See Shared Parenting Research. Consider how you would feel as an adult if you could see your children only four days a month. More than likely you would miss them terribly. Children, with their fragile, still-developing emotions, often suffer much more. Sadly though, most children of divorce see their non-custodial parent only four days a month, and many see them even less. Research on divorce shows that children with shared parenting do better in school and have lower rates of depression, delinquency, and other undesirable outcomes.
Why Contribute to the SPC? The SPC, formed in 1997 and incorporated in 2002, lobbies the CT legislature, sends letters, meets with legislators and testifies on proposed bills. We publish letters and articles related to shared parenting. We do interviews with the press. We maintain and develop our website and we are currently researching our extensive database on CT divorce cases. As a member you will receive regular updates on our activities, invitations to attend meetings and a newsletter. Most importantly, you will know that 100% of your donation contributes to improved outcomes for children.
|Divorce or separation does not end a child’s need for a father and a mother.|