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Engaging Men as Allies in Domestic Violence Prevention

Men as Aliies

Engaging Men as Allies in Domestic Violence Prevention Many programs build on education about the negative impacts of violent behavior to also encourage fathers to be role models for their children, families, and community. Some fatherhood programs use alumni networks or ambassador programs in which former participants go out into the

Dads Hold Key to Reducing Child Poverty

  This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post. The presence of married fathers in children's lives remains the most vital factor in reducing child poverty. Here's why.   The U.S. Census Bureau just released its report on income and poverty for 2014. The good news or bad news, depending on your perspective, is the overall

How to Raise a Human or a Vampire

  I enjoyed the first Hotel Transylvania movie as much as my daughters. The monsters crack me up. They're back with a second round of monster fun in Hotel Transylvania 2. In screening this film, I laughed out loud at the comedy between parents and grandparents. Watching this movie reminded me of two areas I want my daughters

Spotlight > Fighting for Fathers in Mobile, Alabama (Video)

Fighting crime and the high incarceration rates takes leaders who are willing to fight for fathers. In Mobile, Alabama, they have the answer to crime and incarceration...teach dads how to be better dads. In this post, watch how several inmate fathers in Mobile County Health Department's Fatherhood Initiative Program are learning how to connect