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 by empowering fathers to be active, informed and emotionally engaged with their children and families.

The Fatherhood Project’s workshop was awesome! TFP was able to cater to professionals from all levels of government and community partners including fathers. The attendees were able to leave with a deeper understanding of why fathers matter in young children’s lives.

Bethanie Glass

Early Childhood Program Coordinator MA Dept. of Children and Families

Latest News

March 28th: Kickoff Event for New Dads and Kids Group

Join our new activity group for dads and kids at MGH Revere, and come to the Kickoff Event March 28th. View our downloadable flyer at the link above.

Featured Resource

5 Practical Tips for Dads

This TFP Tip Sheet for Dads outlines practical and powerful ways fathers can build, strengthen and deepen their relationship with their kids. It’s one of TFP’s first articles featured on the MassGeneral Hospital Child & Adolescent Resource Materials Website (CARMA).

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TFP Blog

Dads Matter at MGH Revere

TFP’s new Dads Matter Initiative at MGH Revere Healthcenter successfully launched on March 28th. Despite early spring snow flurries, a diverse group of eight dads braved the elements with their young children to attend the inaugural Saturday Dad & Kids (ages 0-5) Activity Group. Designed by TFP and members of the MGH Revere Dads Matter Team (Jane Lee, Family …