We are proud to be associated with the following partners who share our goals and mission:
Goal 1: Increase parents’ knowledge of NH’s accountability system, their children’s public school choice options, and opportunities for supplemental services.
Goal 2: Develop and strengthen Family/School/Community Partnerships to better meet the educational needs of children.
Goal 3: Support parent involvement practices for parents of children 0-5 to improve student achievement.
Goal 4: Support parent involvement practices for school age children to improve student academic achievement.
Goal 5: Network at the national, state & local level to support parent involvement in children’s education.
NANCM is dedicated to providing a community of emotional support to Non-Custodial Moms through the provision of educational and supportive resources. It is NANCM’s goal to continually update and seek out additional resources and support methods for emotional healing. NANCM is dedicated to obtaining charitable affiliations with organizations that can assist Non Custodial Moms; helping them maintain a loving and nurturing relationship with their children. NANCM is dedicated to educating all parents on how to best Co-Parent their children and reduce post-divorce stress in regard to custody issues.
Parental Alienation is heartbreaking and devastating to say the least. My name is Tawnya Maddox and I have experienced the full effects of being a targeted parent and know first hand what feelings and emotions, along with the pain and anguish that is associated with being alienated from my children. I am a mother and a victim, but most of all my three children are victims.
There is no greater pain to a child than there is with the loss of a parent and sometimes both. My story is not much different than the many other stories. I have decided to no longer accept being a victim or to allow my children, other parents and theirchildren to be victimized by this abuse.
1. The power of judges to impose criminal penalties and jail sentences for civil contempt in child support cases must be severely curtailed.
2. Child support guidelines must be reasonable and not lead to the bankruptcy of the non-custodial parent and their family.
3. The power of the State to humiliate fathers by labeling them “deadbeats”, advertising their faces publically as if common criminals, and taking other extreme measures such as license revokation must be curtailed.
4. Custody and visitation issues must be fairly and equitably addressed by the law immediately. The highest priority in divorce should be the welfare of the entire family unit, even when that family has experienced divorce. A child can have no more than one mother and one father. Both the mother and the father must play an equal role in the rearing of a child. The sole emphasis relative to the NCP’s role post divorce no longer must be how much money they contribute.
Glenn Sacks is a men’s and fathers’ issues newspaper columnist, radio commentator, and blogger. Glenn’s columns have appeared in dozens of the largest newspapers in the United States. His radio commentaries appear daily on KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles. He regularly appears on radio and TV, and is often quoted in major publications. To learn more about Glenn, see his biography here.