NCOFFNational Center On Fathers and Families
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In this area, too, change is possible: a study in the United States found that 27 percent of fathers were present at childbirth in the 1970s, compared to 85 percent in the 1990s (Parke 1996, in NCOFF 2002).
In October of 2000 more than 30 researchers, policymakers, practitioners, school leaders, and other specialists in the field of fathers and families gathered to convene the National Center on Fathers and Families (NCOFF) Roundtable on Fathering and Family Processes.
The mission of the National Center on Fathers and Families (NCOFF) is to improve the life chances and well-being of children and the efficacy of families by facilitating the positive involvement of fathers.