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.

There Really is a Difference in how Moms and Dads Approach Conversations in Co-Parenting Relationships

Co-parenting can be challenging, and difficult conversations are an inevitable part of the process.

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.

Exploring the History, Importance and Relevance of Fatherhood on Television

Fatherhood is a crucial aspect of human life, and it has been depicted on television for decades. The representation of fatherhood on television has evolved over time, reflecting changing social norms and values.

Understanding Fatherhood and the Ideation of Suicide

Suicide is a serious and complex issue that affects many individuals and families worldwide. Fatherhood, being a role that comes with immense responsibilities and pressures, can also contribute to mental health challenges and suicidal ideation.

The Importance of Metro Atlanta Dads Lending Their Voices to the National Conversation on Parent Engagement and Education

Fathers Incorporated teamed up with the Morehouse School of Medicine to host a Parent Empowerment listening session led by the U.S. Department of Education with 30 dads and other community representatives.

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.