About Us

About Us

Welcome to Destination Daddy, your number one source for all things pro-fatherhood and co-parenting. We're dedicated to providing you the very best in information and training, with an emphasis on becoming more of a presence in the lives of your children. We provide the training and resources for responsible fatherhood/co-parenting and understanding the causes and how to prevent domestic violence. Founded in 2019 by Clemmie Payne, Destination Daddy has come a long way from its beginnings in Lubbock. When Clemmie first started out, his passion for providing a resource and safe place to get information about responsible fatherhood/parenting and co-parenting, drove him to start his own business. We hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact us. Sincerely, Clemmie Payne


Destination Daddy envisions a community where every child has a "positive" father or father figure involved in their lives.

Destination Daddy brings together men from all family circumstances (custodial, non-custodial, step-fathers, new fathers) who need help with understanding how to be nurturing and supportive.


As a group, participants explore their experiences with their own fathers, and with the guidance of the Destination Daddy facilitator, they learn about their children's needs and how to meet them. They learn why they need to be their children's first teachers, and how important it is to provide loving praise and a nurturing and secure environment for their children to gain self-esteem and confidence. Emphasis is also placed on maintaining a positive and supportive co-parenting relationship with the child(ren)'s mother, whether the parents are together or separated.


Parent education programs focus on enhancing parenting practices and behaviors, such as developing and practicing positive discipline techniques, learning age-appropriate child development skills and milestones, promoting positive play and interaction between parents and children, and locating and accessing community services and supports.