Engaging Fathers as Assets to their Children, Families and Communities
The overall goal of the FFHC Demonstration Project is to promote promising practices in the human service delivery field to improve the opportunities and outcomes for children of non-custodial fathers. FFHC believes by enhancing non-custodial fathers’ engagement with their families and leveraging the untapped assets of fathers, amazing things can happen to families and children. FFHC identifies the key barriers to improve engagement and designs a strategy that will leverage community assets resulting in better coordinated service delivery for African American non-custodial fathers and their families.
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FFHC featured on abc7 news
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Dr. Kirk E. Harris, Senior Advisor, FFHC - Lectures on FFHC Innovative Community Asset-Based Responsible Fatherhood Model at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Download the Paper Outlining FFHC's Innovative Community-Embeded Asset-Based Model of Responsible Fatherhood Practice -
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FFHC Director, Sequane Lawrence, wins Ebony Manifesting Work Opportunities Award
Sequane Lawrence, Director of Fathers, Families, Healthy Communities, has led the way in providing youth-centered human services, market driven workforce strategies, leadership development, entrepreneurship, economic development and multimedia programs for Latino and African-American. Lawrence won the award at the Innovation and Impact Forum for Black Male Achievement on October 3, 2012.