Healthy father involvement is associated with better outcomes on nearly every measure of child wellbeing 2 and research clearly suggests that overall family outcomes improve when fathers participate in child and family interventions.3 However, many social service organizations still struggle to engage effectively with fathers.
Does your organization work with children and families but find it hard to involve fathers in program services? This resource provide tips and promising practices for assessing the father-friendliness of your organization as well as, action steps for addressing areas of opportunity.
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