These curriculums and trainings are adapted from several Fathers Incorporated trainings, research and evidence informed programs to provide a more comprehensive and culturally relevant product geared towards parents in low income communities.
Fostering Family Leaders
In this 10-module, peer-to-peer leadership development program, parents learn the competencies that will help them become effective advocates for their children, themselves, and their community.
What About Dad?
This one-day training explores the role and practice of human service professionals and how they can effectively engage non-resident fathers by understanding issues of power, gender, race, and socioeconomic status of professionals and the fathers and families they serve.