Children growing up without a father in their life is becoming a crisis worldwide. It is said that 40% of all fathers lose contact with their children within two years after separation.
At James’ Ark, our mission is to be a beacon of hope and healing for families navigating the challenging waters of separation. We are dedicated to children having a loving relationship with both parents and ending the crisis of fatherless children.
We strive to mend and strengthen the bonds between parents and children, fostering a supportive environment for positive coparenting.
Through our Twelve Steps Program and holistic support initiatives, we empower individuals to overcome challenges, build resilience, and embark on a journey of personal growth.
Operating a 24/7 helpline, we provide immediate support and intervention for families in crisis, ensuring a lifeline during their most challenging moments.
We foster a sense of community, where shared experiences become a source of strength. Through support groups and collaborative efforts, we build a network that uplifts and encourages.
James’ Ark is committed to advocating for systemic change, promoting equal opportunities, and working towards a society where every family has access to the support needed to thrive.
Recognizing the holistic nature of well-being, we offer well-being initiatives, mindfulness practices, mental health support to guide individuals toward a healthier, more balanced life.
We are dedicated to educating families on their rights, providing information on co-parenting strategies, and offering resources that equip them to navigate the complexities of family separation.
Our ultimate goal is to break the fatherless cycle, creating a future where every child has the opportunity to grow in the love and guidance of both parents.
We believe in the transformative power of compassion, understanding, and community. Together, we embark on a journey to heal, empower, and create lasting change for families in need.
The fatherless crisis – 63% of youth suicides, 76% of young men in prison, 90% of homeless men, 75% of substance abusers, 85% of children who show behavioural issues, young girls are 7x more likely to become teenage mums and 120% at greater risk to become a subject of child abuse.