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Resources for Fathers

Resource Guide for Philadelphia Fathers

Click here for guide for multiple services for Philadelphia fathers.

Focus On Fathers

Brings together fathers and other men caring for their children in peer groups, outings, and educational workshops- Centre Square East, 1500 Market Street.- 267.765.2361
https://focusonfathers.phmc.org/

Young Fathers United Parenting Support

Young Fathers United offers parenting skills and empowerment sessions to fathers ages 14­-25 years old on Wednesdays from 5:00 PM­ 7:30 PM at IDAAY North Central Regional Center 2227 N. Broad St. For more information, contact S. Archye Leacock at aleacock@idaay.org or at 215-901-6976

Healthy Start Fatherhood Initiative through Maternity Care Coalition

We welcome you to join the Fatherhood Initiative program. This program provides you with access to case management, parenting groups, and life skills workshops on topics such as: co-parenting, child development, communication, conflict resolution, workforce development, and job skills. We support you with referrals and connections to needed health and social services for you and your baby. Monetary incentives for joining. Call or email cpetrugerena@maternitycarecoalition.org 215-510-4613.

Daddy University

Daddy University is a Male Parenting Education Company. Their focus is to use education and information to assist all men who are raising children. Click www.daddyuniv.com for info. 1800 JFK Blvd Suite 300. 610-579-3237.

ELECT Teen Parent Program

ELECT (Education Leading to Employment Career Training) Teen Parent Classrooms help pregnant and parenting teens finish their high school education and plan for college and/or employment after high-school. The ELECT staff provides academic and social service support, case management, home visits and group activities. For more information call 215-400-4250.

https://www.philasd.org/face/programs-services/elect/
ELECT Referral Form

Project D.A.D.

F.A.C.E. (Father’ and Children’s Equality)

FACE advocates for children’s rights
to full access to both parents and their extended families, and provides advise and self-help support groups for non-custodial and/or non-residential parents-call (877)4PAFACE for more information.
www.paface.org

Fatherhood Enrichment Program

The goal of the program is to assist fathers in supporting the well-being of their children, through education, training and personal development, with a focus on family strengthening. For pre-prison release or post-prison release fathers. 990 Spring Garden 215-685-0770. Brochure
phila.gov/rise/riseservices/Pages

Menergy

For men who are physically or emotionally abusive. Provides outpatient group treatment, rehabilitation and anger management for men who have been abusive to their partners. 215-242-2235 Espanol 267-625-6135
www.menergy.org


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