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Carson Valley Children's Aid - Fatherhood Program
Located at the Norristown Family Center, this program is dedicated to encouraging and empowering dads to be men as well as fathers through a week-to-week coaching program. Participants receive a fatherhood certificate after completion of 6-weeks of 2-hour group sessions. An anger management certificate may be obtained after completion of a 3-week series of 2-hour group sessions. Light dinner provided at no cost. Must be registered to attend.
Children's Hospital Family Care Connection
Our center is a community hub where parents with children can connect with other parents. We offer services, programs, and activities that reflect, respect, and enhance the culture of the neighborhoods where families live, work, and play. All programs and services are free and voluntary.
Children, Youth and Families
Father Engagement/Support Specialists (FES) are skilled men and women who collaborate with Fathers who have involvement with CYF. We listen to dads and we will meet them at a time and location convenient for them in order to help them navigate the child welfare system. Help obtain needed services and will be a support to Fathers, while assisting them in learning to advocate for themselves in court, at school and at CYF meetings, with the intention of a greater presence with their children.
Columbia County Family Center
Quarterly Fatherhood events for fathers and children, a Fatherhood Reading Incentive Program, and Parents as Teachers for fathers.
Daddy University Inc.
We provide the Fathers Club - a male parenting education program. We provide pre-court counseling and mediation.
Dads' Resource Center
The Dads's Resource Center provides education, resources and advocacy for single fathers.
Early Head Start
Early Head Start is a childhood development program for infants, toddlers, pregnant women, and their families.
Early Intervention serves eligible children in Allegheny County, ages 3-5, who are experiencing developmental delays or disabilities. We offer free screenings & evaluations to identify your child's needs, and early intervention services at no cost to parents.
East Liberty Family Center
Our mission is to help parents be the best person and do the best for their children. We provide home based services, education, community support and parent, child activities.
ELECT Program (Education Leading to Employment and Career Training)
The ELECT program provides mentorship, job readiness, academic support, fatherhood skill building, activities and events for fathers and their children.
ELECT Program for Pregnant & Parenting Students
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 offers case management, education, career/vocational, and social resources and supports for pregnant and parenting students. Dedicated case managers provide individualized support to assist a parenting student balance and to stay in school to graduation.
Family Literacy Program
Instruction, resources, and activities for families to achieve their educational and employment goals.
Class offerings include: Adult Education, Parent Education, and Interactive Literacy Activities.
Family Support Centers
Family Support Centers are community-based programs designed to provide families with resources, opportunities and experiences that enable them to become self-sufficient and nurturing parents.
- Healthy child development
- Effective parenting
- Preservation of the family unit
- Economic self-sufficiency
These goals are accomplished through home-based services, parent support groups, parent/child activities, relationship building and mentoring.
The fatherhood program is designed to support fathers in overcoming parental and employment challenges. By providing fathers with new opportunities and experiences, the program equips them to become more self-sufficient and nurturing.
Fatherhood Program (Montgomery County)
Parent education programs: kindergarten readiness (Parents as Teachers), positive parenting strategies (Positive Parenting Program), and re-entry services.
Mentorship for young fathers of unplanned pregnancies.
Fathers Involved Now
We focus on Parental (Fathers) involvement, education, effective communications, and system navigation. This is done by Peer-to-peer sport and system barriers reduction.
Fathers Trying Together
We provide individual, group and family services to custodial and non-custodial fathers and their families in Homewood Brushton and surrounding neighborhoods. The program mission is to support custodial/non-custodial fathers to become more responsible parents through economic stability, healthy relationships, and connection to their children.
Focus on Fathers
Parenting Education and Case Management
Franklin Center of Beaver County: Men and Boys Initiative
The Men and Boys Initiative of Beaver County is a program designed to help men improve fathering skills and help fathers establish a deeper connection with their children. We also mentor young men ages 10-17 dedicated to living, learning and growing into manhood through the applied principles of FAPCO: Focus, Accountability, Perseverance, Commitment and Ownership. Our program also includes: Effective Parenting and Healthy Relationship Discussions; Housing, Legal, Employment and Custody Referral.
Green County Family Center
GCFC provides in home services to parents and children throughout Greene County. By providing the necessary support and encouragement for parents and caregivers, which will help their children develop during their critical early years of life. With the evidence-based Parents as Teachers program, families are able to strive to increase health and children development, increase the success of family units remaining intact and promote healthy relationships between children and parents.
The Head Start program provides eligible preschool children with high quality, comprehensive, in-home or classroom programming designed to support school readiness skills. The program offers services that include health and wellness, education, social services, and family engagement.
Head Start and Pre-K Counts (MCIU)
Quality preschool programs, at no cost to qualifying families.
Men of Standards
Health education, parenting support, case management & resource coordination and referrals.
Outreach - Center for Community Resources
Parent/Child Programs: Home Visiting Programs for dads of children age newborn thru Kindergarten, Parenting Programs, Parent Cafe, Playgroups.
Court Related Programs: Re-entry, Supervised Visitation, Transitional Services.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention Programs: Recovery Education, Family Communication, Healthy Life Skills
Workforce Development: Job Seekers
Community Collaboration: Interagency Initiatives
PA Parent and Family Alliance
We provide one on one support to families, education and connection to resources as well as technical assistance to organizations.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Early Childhood Education Male/Fatherhood Involvement
Male/Fatherhood Involvement (MFI) is part of Pittsburgh Public Schools' Early Childhood Education Program. MFI encourages Men and Fathers of infants and preschoolers to champion the cognitive, reasoning skills, speech and language, social/emotional skills of their children during outreach style events scheduled in various regions several times per school year for enrolled families. Continued participation helps to create a community of males which feel supported in their fatherhood role.
The Pre-K Counts Program provides high quality pre-kindergarten classroom education for children ages 3-5 who are not eligible for kindergarten.
Parenting education workshops
Providence Connections Family Center
A comprehensive early childhood education and family support service center offering programs to address the needs of Northside families. Programs include childcare, Head Start, after-school care, family engagement activities, home visiting services, family development programs, parenting classes, fatherhood engagement programs, and community support services.
Somerset Academy Early Learning Center
Quality early childhood education that engages and strengthens families to ensure that every child has equal opportunity to emotional and social support, and a diversity of developmental growth activities.
South Hills Family Center
The center offers child development education, parenting classes, and socialization opportunities for families with children of all ages. Mental health services are provided in the form of individual counseling and regular support groups for parents and seniors. The walk-in office addresses basic needs through connections to other internal resources and outside referrals, with more intensive service coordination available through the ISAC (Immigrant Services and Connections) program.
Teen Parenting Program (Project ELECT)
Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT), works in collaboration with the Family Support Centers and school districts to assist pregnant and parenting teens with continuing their education and access to support services.
The program places a significant focus on education, training and employment goals which further assist teens as they move toward independence.
The Fathering Circle
The Fathering Circle is a peer support network for fathers that offers informal circle discussions with dads, playdates with dads and their children, workshops on parenting and special events for families.