“BECOME A FATHERHOOD MENTOR” JOIN THE NETWORK!!!
The Fatherhood Support Network is actively seeking individuals to become “Fatherhood Mentors” in their local communities!!!
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Graduates of Fatherhood Mentorship Training
February 24, 2018
Brian Tomeo, Bilal Rahim, Qaadir Muhammad, Diya Wahi, Mike Hauck, Anthony Parnell
“Building Bridges of Support for Father’s Everywhere”
Many fathers want to be there for their children as dads, but unfortunately, too many of them fall by the wayside and give up on their children when confronted with obstacles and challenges. While there are economic, political, and social factors that greatly contribute to the epidemic of absent fathers in America, the Fatherhood Support Network believes that by creating a network of men supporting other men fewer fathers will abandon their children. Thus, our primary objective is to train Fatherhood Mentors across the United States to provide one-on-one mentorship and other outreach services to fathers in need of support, encouragement, and guidance in their local communities.
How to Become a Fatherhood Mentor?
1) Complete and Submit an Online Application (CLICK HERE!)
2) Complete a Criminal Background Screening Online
3) Attend a one day 8 hour Training facilitated by the Fatherhood Support Network.
*All Fatherhood Mentorship Training’s are conducted in person.
4) Once Fatherhood Mentorship Training is completed:
CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ATTENDING A TRAINING IN LAS VEGAS OR SCHEDULING A TRAINING IN YOUR LOCAL CITY
There are 24 million children in America who live in homes where there biological father is not present (according to U.S. Census Bureau). As a result, children who live in biological father-absent homes are:
...four times more likely to be poor.
…twice as likely to drop out of school.
…more likely to be incarcerated.
…at greater risk of substance abuse.
…more likely to be victims of physical and sexual abuse.
“Become a Fatherhood Mentor”
Many fathers want to be there for their children as dads, but unfortunately, too many of them fall by the wayside and give up on their children when confronted with obstacles and challenges such as: