Promoting Father Engagement.

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Year Published
2011
Author (Organization)
Virginia Department of Social Services.
James Madison University. Department of Psychology.
Resource Type
Other
Resource Format
PDF
Resource Language
English

This article discusses reasons for the lack of father involvement in child rearing, the benefits of father involvement for children's well-being, and the benefits of father engagement that are specific to child protective services and foster care. Strategies for engaging fathers are discussed in the areas of agency commitment, locating and recruiting fathers, the initial contact, and on-going contact. Characteristics of successful father engagement programs are also noted.

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