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New Parents in the Workplace

Our partners at the Boston College Center for Work and Family recently released an Executive Briefing on New Parents in the Workplace. The report offers guidance to organizations seeking to provide a culture of support for new mothers and fathers, and highlights the benefits of parental leave for mothers, fathers, and children. Download Now


Massachusetts Resource Guide for Fathers

Fathers are increasingly on the front lines of childcare, and we at The Fatherhood Project and the National Basketball Association Players Association Foundation are pleased to provide these dads and the organizations that work with them the Massachusetts Resource Guide for Fathers. Here, you will find national, statewide, and community-based resources that can support fathers in …


TFP Awarded Grant to Support Dads in Recovery Program

The Fatherhood Project is excited to announce that we have been selected as one of 13 non-profit organizations to receive a grant from the ALKERMES INSPIRATION GRANTS® program. The grant will support our Dads in Recovery program, which provides substance-using fathers with psycho-educational counseling that supports their recovery, helping them to establish or repair their relationship with …

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TFP and the National Basketball Player’s Association Join to Promote Active Fatherhood

Thanks to a shared interest in encouraging engaged fathers, The Fatherhood Project has recently partnered with the National Basketball Player’s Association Foundation (NBPA) to create resources for fathers and promote active fatherhood in Massachusetts and in NBA cities across the country. We are excited and pleased to have such a strong partner, because, as the …

Fathers and children at The Fatherhood Projects Dads and Kids Activity Group at MGH Revere HealthCare Center

Dads and Kids Connect: The Serious Business of Play

The video below was taken during free-play at The Fatherhood Project’s Dads & Kids Saturday Activity Group at MGH Revere Health Center. Later in the session, during our ‘Dads-Connect’ segment of the group, the children did an activity with staff while the dads gathered around a table to view the video. I briefly introduced the concept …