This report summarizes and synthesizes study findings on the effectiveness of responsible fatherhood programs, including those aimed at promoting responsible fatherhood and economic self-sufficiency among low-income and noncustodial fathers. In particular, there is growing interest in ascertaining "what works for whom"--that is, in examining program impacts among meaningful subgroups of fathers in order to foster better program design and provide a basis for targeting program services. (Author abstract modified)
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