Dads Unlimited Outcomes are:

  • An improvement in their mental health and wellbeing.
  • Successful court outcomes, which enable them to have a meaningful relationship with their children.
  • A reduction in parental conflict.
  • The ability to manage and promote a positive co-parenting environment.
  • A better understanding, in society, of the role of the father and fatherhood.

An improvement in their mental health and wellbeing.

When people register with us, we measure their mental wellbeing using the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS). Then during the time they are working with us, we periodically measure their wellbeing again – and finally at the point that their case is resolved and/or they require no further support.

Successful court outcomes, which enable them to have a meaningful relationship with their children.

Not every person who works with us will or should be attending court. We measure the number of cases that are resolved and achieve the desired outcome, which is co-created with one of our mentoring team to ensure that it is working in the best interests of the child/children.

A reduction in parental conflict.

Through our Co-Parenting Programme: 5 Steps to Co-parenting Success!, we work with parents separately to help them understand the causes and effects of conflict and how best to de-escalate and avoid conflict from happening.

The ability to manage and promote a positive co-parenting environment.

Through the Co-parenting Programme, we promote a positive co-parenting environment where it is safe and in the child’s best interests to do so.

A better understanding, in society, of the role of the father and fatherhood.

Through our network of partner organisations and stakeholder groups, we work to educate society and the organisations working in and around family separation about the role of the father and fatherhood. We do this through published articles, reports, speaking at conferences, and through our founding membership of the Supporting Separated Families Alliance in Kent.