Engaging Dads to Build the Protective Factors

National Fatherhood Intiative
12 months agoFebruary 27, 2018
Free Protective Factors ebook mentioned in webinar: 
https://www.fatherhood.org/dads-protective-factors

Free CSSP study mentioned in webinar: 
https://www.fatherhood.org/CSSP-study
Jesus Alvarez
11 months agoMarch 22, 2018
I would like to know how to receive material to help fathers that incarcerated? 
I believe Inside/Outside has material for father that are incarcerated.  I am one 
of the Religious Coordinator/Chaplain at the Monterey County Jail in Salinas , CA.
Jacquie Hannan
11 months agoMarch 23, 2018
Hello Jesus,
Thank you for your question.  Here is a link to all of the resources we have for incarcerated dads:  https://store.fatherhood.org/corrections-incarcerated-dads/

We have brochures, guides, curricula - lots of things to choose from.  If you would like to contact me direct with further questions, my email address is jhannan@fatherhood.org
Carolyn Morrison
11 months agoMarch 28, 2018
Good training.
sherri lapsley
11 months agoMarch 28, 2018
very informative
Joyce Street
11 months agoApril 4, 2018
I worked for several years for my county juvenile court and was closely involved in getting information regarding juveniles' family life.  I became aware of the absence and importance of fathers being in their children's lives. I am very interested in your initiative and I have ideas of how to get the word out to my community.  Are there any groups you are affiliated with in the Atlanta, GA area?
National Fatherhood Intiative
11 months agoApril 4, 2018
Hello Joyce, we don't have affiliates per se, but I am sure that we have partners who use our resources and curriculum to engage dads in the Atlanta area. Please visit our Fatherousrce Locator map and enter the areas you'd like to search. You can reach out to anyone you find there! Visit http://nationalfatherhoodinitiative.force.com/FatherhoodProgramLocator

Thanks,
Melissa
Your comment