Who is CPR?
Center for Parental Responsibility
CPR was founded in January 2003 by a grass roots group of concerned citizens affected by family law. Through life experiences of close friends and family, the female founder saw the impact of prejudice against non-custodial parents. Appalled by the obvious discrimination and overt bias against non-custodial parents in family court, CPR was established under the belief that the family is the primary battleground between the forces of good and evil. Because of this spiritual battle, CPR is established as a faith-based organization to preserve and restore the fractured family, to protect children.
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VisionCPR Vision Statement: A diverse, inter-denominational, faith-based, non-partisan, moderate, gender-neutral, non-profit public policy and educational organization to restore, preserve, protect, and encourage equal rights and equal responsibilities of both parents to protect children.
*currently under umbrella of tax-exempt 501 c(3) organization, Providence House
CPR Mission Statement: Bold advocacy, practical education, and compassionate support, pursuing thoughtful, thorough, and accurate analysis that promotes justice for parents and leads people to responsible action that results in less government and protects the rights and responsibilities of both parents equally; this pursuit is to ensure the best interests of children and encourage their healthy development, by encouraging fair judicial decisions that allow citizens to resolve parental differences privately and strengthen fractured and hurting families.
Guiding Values and Principles for Code of Conduct
What CPR Provides
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