Category: Fatherhood Work
Homelessness in Atlanta Feels a Lot Like a Black Man Problem
Homelessness is a complex issue that affects individuals of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. In Atlanta, Georgia, certain demographics are more likely to experience homelessness than others.
Breaking the Silence: Confronting the Crisis in Men’s Health
Men’s health is not just a men’s issue; it is a societal one. The outcomes have an indirect impact on families, communities, and our economy as a whole.
The Importance of Fathers Recognizing Mental Health: Lessons from “Why Fathers Cry at Night” and Other Personal Narratives
Personal narratives, like the heartfelt memoir “Why Fathers Cry at Night” by Kwame Alexander, can serve as valuable resources for fathers seeking support and understanding.
Celebrating Mother’s Day: The Cornerstone of Our Families
As we approach Mother’s Day, Fathers Incorporated would like to take a moment to celebrate and appreciate the incredible women who have touched our lives.
Fathers Incorporated is Supporting Postpartum Awareness Week for the Health of Families and Communities
The United States has one of the highest infant mortality rates among developed nations, and this rate is alarmingly higher for African American women.
Parenting Programs: Exploring the Fundamental Differences and Similarities in Services for Moms and Dads
Parenting is a challenging and rewarding journey, but it can be a more fulfilling experience with the right support system.
Dads Matter: The Importance of “The Talk” and How to Approach It
Dads play a crucial role in their children’s lives, and one of the most important conversations they can have is “the talk” about sex.
Fathers Incorporated’s Response to NAFSCE’s Healing the Growing Divide
Fathers Incorporated (FI) commends the National Association for Family, School, and Community Engagement (NAFSCE) for its recent statement on healing the growing divide through equitable family, school, and community partnerships.