About Us

We’re problem solvers.

The challenge we address every day is the problem of absentee and non-involved fathers. For the children of these fathers, life is difficult and the prospects for a productive future are less than bright.

FSC Class 113 Jamie Faulkner

Jamie Faulkner was raised by his grandmother and never knew his parents. In his teens, he turned to the streets. He became a father, but didn’t have an understanding or boast the responsibility needed to be an active parent. After graduating from Fathers’ Support Center, Faulkner has a very positive outlook.

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Read Our 2016 Annual Report

Fathers’ Support Center is proud of its role in St. Louis and its community. The ultimate goal is to improve the outcomes for children.
Our Annual Report highlights some of our accomplishments throughout the year. Thank you to those who make it possible.

Children whose fathers aren’t involved in their lives are…

  • Involved
  • Not Involved

10x More likely to use illegal drugs

  • Involved
  • Not Involved

20x More likely to have behavioral disorders

  • Involved
  • Not Involved

20x More likely to go to prison

  • Involved
  • Not Involved

9x More likely to not graduate from highschool

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