This is the third and final report on the Nurturing Families Network (NFN) father involvement study. The researchers conducted a qualitative research study and analyses that examined a broad scope of issues affecting the lives of socially and economically marginalized fathers in Connecticut and their relationships with their children. A series of interviews, four in total, were conducted with a racially diverse group of fathers (N=35) residing in 16 cities and towns between 2007 and 2009. The analysis also explored fathers' views on home visiting and support groups and was used to inform program practices for providing home visitation to fathers. (Author abstract modified)
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