Tag: black men

Child Support Awareness Month: A Look at How Child Support is Evolving (Webinar)

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 12:30 – 02:00 PM EDT August is Child Support Awareness Month. Register Here State and local child support offices are scheduling special events […]

What To Do When You’re Feeling Blue about Dad’s Health?

When I wrote this book I never knew how close it would hit home. At 53 years old many of my friends including myself are at risk of serious health issues.

Living and Succeeding with No Boundaries

Fathers Incorporated is in development stages of creating it’s narrative change project, “No Boundaries.” The project seeks to tell everyday stories from tragedy to triumph

Picture This: 10 Great Photos to Make Memorable Moments

One of the greatest ways a dad can bond with his children is by making memories together. That requires us as dads to do things with them.

A Father’s Day War Worth Fighting For Men

I’m not a huge fan of Men’s Health Magazine, but this ain’t bad advice: “You can’t be a topnotch man unless you’re deeply grateful.”

When Things Don’t Go Your Way, Dads Might Have Words to Live On

A couple of weeks ago I found myself hearing the ghost of fatherhood past as my son had a mental meltdown because he and I were getting demolished by my wife and daughter in arcade games.

More Than Haircuts: How Barbershops Can Help Men and Fathers

Fathers who model a healthy lifestyle can have a powerful and positive impact on the development and health of their children.

Fathers Incorporated Host Daddy Diaper Drive in Partnership with Huggies

Fathers Incorporated has launched its Daddy Diaper Drive in partnership with Huggies for Atlanta fathers. The drive’s focus is to serve low-income fathers 25 years of age and younger.

Helping Dad’s Transition Back Home

by Carol Mizoguchi, Family Assistance Program Specialist, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Division of the Office of Family Assistance In addition to the obstacles that […]

Fatherhood, Incarceration, Reentry, Children with Incarcerated Parents

On any given day in America, it is estimated that more than 1.7 million children under 18 years old have a parent incarcerated in a state (52%) or federal prison (63%)—91% of all incarcerated parents are fathers.