Category: Fatherhood Work
Exploring the Need to Include Fathers and the Paternal Family in Foster Care
The foster care system was created to protect and care for children who are unable to live with their biological families due to neglect, abuse, or other reasons.
The Impact of Shame and Guilt on Father Absence
Father absence has become a growing concern in our society. With research suggesting that children growing up without fathers are more likely to experience negative outcomes such as behavioral problems, poor academic performance, and increased risk of substance abuse and mental health issues.
Long-Standing Georgia Law Stands Between Fatherhood and Children
Long-Standing Georgia Law Stands Between Fatherhood and Children. Legitimation is a policy that determines the legal status of non-married fathers in relation to his child. When children are legitimized, fathers have the right and authority to make decisions in support of their well-being. In all states but Georgia, legitimation for non-married fathers is determined at the time of paternity.
Fathers Incorporated is appointed to Biden’s National Parents and Families Engagement Council
“We are honored to play a part in this critical work. It is also incredible that Fathers Incorporated will play a role in ensuring that the voices of dads are a relevant and necessary part of the conversation when talking about our children’s education.”
FATHERS INCORPORATED NAMED A RECIPIENT OF THE LATEST ROUND OF THE MLB “HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS COMMUNITY GRANT” PROGRAM
Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today announced the sixth round of recipients for the joint “Healthy Relationships Community Grant” program.
Atlanta Nonprofit Partners with Internationally Known Visual Artist Honoring Black Fatherhood
Fathers Incorporated partners with Cbabi Bayoc celebrating ‘FatherhoodIsBrotherhood’ this Father’s Day ATLANTA (June 1, 2021)— In celebration of Father’s Day, Atlanta-based nonprofit, Fathers Incorporated has partnered with […]
Q&A with Fathers Incorporated’s Kenneth Braswell
Atlanta Business Chronicle has named our 2021 Leaders in Corporate Citizenship honorees. These individuals will be celebrated at a virtual awards event Feb. 18. Here’s a Q&A with one of the honorees, Kenneth Braswell, CEO, Fathers Incorporated: