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Research shows that 85 percent of children with behavioral disorders (20 times the average) are from fatherless homes.

Official U.S. data

Research shows that 70 percent of youths in state-operated institutions (9 times the average) are from fatherless homes.

Official U.S. Data

Research shows that 85% of all youths sitting in prisons grew up in a fatherless home.

Fulton County Georgia Jail Populations Texas Department of Corrections (1992)

Research shows that 70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions come from fatherless homes.

U.S. Department of Justice Special Report, September 1988

Research shows that 63 percent of youth suicides (5 times the average) are from fatherless homes.

Official U.S. Data

Research shows that 90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes (32 times the national average).

Official U.S. Data

Research shows that 85% of all children that exhibit behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes.

Center for Disease Control

Research shows that 80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger come from fatherless homes.

Criminal Justice & Behavior Volume 14 (pages 403-426) 1978.

Research shows that 71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes.

National Principals Association Report on the state of High Schools

Research shows that 75% of all adolescent patients in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes.

Rainbows for all God`s Children Program

 

Programming

Through the Nurturing Father’s Program ®, 365Dad has built a platform that allows for broader impact in the lives of fathers. 365Dad empowers fathers to choose to be positive influences and examples in the lives of their children, and provide guidance to other fathers so that they may do the same. The guiding framework within this program are the five parenting constructs. These constructs are outlined below:

  1. Building Self-Worth through Appropriate Expectations of Children’s Growth and Development
  2. Developing Empathy and Sense of Caring in Parents and Children
  3. Utilizing Positive, Non-violent Discipline Practices and Techniques
  4. Having Appropriate Family Role Expectations through Self-Awareness
  5. Empowering Adults and Children through the Development of their Personal Power

 

Services offered by 365Dad

  • Group & Meeting Facilitation
  • Program Trainings
  • Outing Coordination
  • Professional development for other providers
  • Consultations
  • Service referrals

365Dad offers tools to empower fathers through our group facilitation and fatherhood outings. From our programming, men learn the importance of their roles as fathers in their families and, specifically, within the lives of their children. Fathers are taught that they must love and nurture themselves in order to be able to love and nurture others. Through training and ongoing communication, we can improve fathering practices one dad at a time. Because 365 Dad understands that there are external systems that seek to support fathers, we also develop partnerships and offer professional development
opportunities to organizations that have an aligned mission. Being a participant within 365Dad requires commitment and sacrifice. Fathers must learn to be good to themselves, their children and their families while releasing any harmful factors that contribute to adverse conditions in their lives. Ultimately, the desired outcome of 365Dad is to foster a direct impact within the lives of children through healthy parenting. 365Dad empowers fathers to set a standard of excellence so that they may empower their children to make healthy choices and pursue their dreams. Gradually, 365Dad equips men with the skills to become exemplary role models within their families and communities.

 

 

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