Larry Ouellette, founder and director of Maine Dads, says his two-year-old organ
Larry Ouellette, founder and director of Maine Dads, says his two-year-old organization advocates for non-custodial parents, usually men, and he is fighting for a piece of a $50,000 federal grant being distributed through the Department of Health and Human Services. District Court Chief Judge Michael Westcott, who organized the grant committee, wants to use the money for educational programs dealing with custodial issues. But Ouellette, who cites abuse statistics and makes claims that are disputed by professionals, says the funds should go to Maine Dads to create a statewide network of homes where non-custodial parents can stay while visiting their children.
Fathers' rights, Ouellette, David
Skelton, Katherine, "Larry Ouellette, founder and director of Maine Dads, says his two-year-old organ" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3023.
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