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June 13, 1975 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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Friday, June 13, 1975 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Single-Parent Fathers Turn Down
Programs at Denver Jewish Center

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

An official of a Jewish
community center has re-
ported that interviews with
a number of single-parent

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fathers produced little evi-
dence that they wanted the
kind of wide-ranging serv-
ices being offered under
Jewish communal aspects to
help single-parent mothers
cope with their problems.
Rona Small, program di-
rector at the Denver Jewish
community center, reported
she made her informal in-
vestigation after a Jewish
Welfare Board consulta-
tion on single-parent fami-
lies at which professionals
said this group is "virtually
absent" from such service
agencies' programs.
She reported that the men
she talked to "professed the
same degree of knowledge
about the availability" of
Jewish communal services
"and categorically rejected
both existing services and
the postulated alternatives."
Ms. Small said she
found that the fathers
were deeply involved "in

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the care of their offspring,
even those whose children
did not live in the same
community." One had re-
tained sole custody of his
children. The others main-
tained relationships with
their former wives "de-
signed to insure them a
role in all decisions re-
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visited frequently and reg-
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and felt they had warm
positive relationships"
with them.
She said her sample was
small and that the informa-
tion she had collected was
"in no way proof that the
myriad difficulties of absen-
tee fatherhood are a thing of
the past."
Child care service was a
priority item for the fathers
who said such service "must
become more available and
priced for easy accessibil-
ity." Of all existing services,
child care through camps
and day care centers was
the one most frequently
used by the single-parent
fathers.
Ms. Small said the fathers
told her that they, like any
parent, single or married,
could benefit from getting
more insight into their rela-
tions as parents through
family counseling but they
rejected "the premise that
they were less adequate or
more in need of guidance
solely on the basis of their
having terminated a marital
relationship."

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