U.S. News Blog
TFP's latest post at U.S. News and World Report: Beyond Heroes or Villains: Looking Back at Your Father’s Legacy. Men should explore their relationship with their own fathers, whether he was present or absent, warm or harsh. By sorting through the gifts your father may have given you and coming to terms with the liabilities he passed along, you can gain a clearer understanding of how to create a positive, hopeful legacy for the next generation: your children.Find More Posts
Despite research demonstrating the importance of fathers for children’s social, academic, and emotional development, teen dads remain an underserved population. Most programs dedicated to low-income families and teen pregnancy focus on mothers rather than fathers.Read More
“I’ve been to a lot of [drug] treatment centers,” said Louis, a 42 year old divorced father of two and recovering addict living at Link House, a residential treatment facility in a quiet neighborhood in Newburyport, MA. “And I’d never heard of one with a father’s group. I was as eager as I was scared …Read More Posts
The Fatherhood Project
The Fatherhood Project is a non-profit fatherhood program in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, MA. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of children and families by empowering fathers to be knowledgeable, active, and emotionally engaged with their children.
The Fatherhood Project is developing the evidence-based program, Becoming a Dad, for fathers at the Vincent Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in collaboration with Hiyam Nadel, the Head Nurse, and her staff.Learn More Now
The Fatherhood Project provided a great service to the young men at our school that are fathering. Our young dads were able to recognize how important they are in their children's lives and to think about what kind of dad they want to be. TFP’s program is a great resource for our students.
Communities in Schools Site Coordinator at Boston English High School