New “Dadication” Documentary Illustrates How Actively Involved Dads Significantly Contribute to Happier, Healthier Children
This latest creative installment of the “Dadication” campaign seeks to promote confidence among fathers, shedding light on their essential roles and encouraging them to play a more active part in their children’s lives.
“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 hosts the 6th Graduation of Black Dads in Metro Atlanta from its Gentle Warriors Academy
Since April 2021, Fathers Incorporated (FI) has touched over 1600 dads in Metro Atlanta, seeking responsible fatherhood services.
Fathers Incorporated (FI) released Mental Health Matters, Why Black Dad’s Positive Mental Health Is Good for Youth Academic Outcomes, the second brief in the series of educational briefs addressing fatherhood engagement for low-income African American students and their families.
Fathers Incorporated host 2nd Graduation of 40 Black Dads on 26th Anniversary of the Million Man March in Metro Atlanta
Since April 2021, Fathers Incorporated (FI) has touched over 800 dads in Metro Atlanta, seeking responsible fatherhood services. October 16th marks the 2nd in-person celebration of Metro Atlanta dads completing 90% of the agency’s 40-hour fatherhood and life skills curriculums. The graduation will take place at Pittsburgh Yards in Atlanta from 1 PM – 3:30 PM.
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.
Fathers Incorporated Receives $5M Grant to Provide Direct Responsible Fatherhood Services in Metro Atlanta
Fathers Incorporated has received a $5M grant to provide Responsible Fatherhood Services in Metro Atlanta from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Office of Family Assistance).