Father’s Rap

Fathers’ Rap is a peer-to-peer self-help project that meets Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at FSC’s main campus at Prince Hall in North St. Louis City. This service is open to all fathers and FSC alumni.

Fathers’ Rap draws from the Family Formation curriculum in an effort to guide the discussion among the participants. Topics include personal responsibility, manhood, fatherhood, parenting skills, child support issues, employment, custody, visitation, and communication.

For more information about Fathers’ Rap or any of our services, contact us.

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Call Fathers’ Support Center: 314-333-4170

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