Fathers’ Rap is a peer-to-peer support group for program alumni and fathers who cannot participate in traditional program services for various reasons. Fathers’ Rap meets after usual work hours and provides supportive services for Family Formation alumni.
FFSC’s Fathers’ Rap program is peer-to-peer self-help program designed to promote responsible fatherhood and to positively impact outcomes for children. Fathers’ Rap is an evening program designed specially to provide supportive services to fathers who are unable to attend FFSC’s six-week Family Formation program.
Discussion topics include:
- Personal Responsibility
- Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention
- Responsible Fatherhood
- Parenting Skills
- Child Support Issues
- Visitation Concerns
- Communications Skills Building
- Relationship Skills Building
Fathers participating in Fathers’ Rap will have access to the following staff: Family Therapists, Social Workers, Job Developers.