This important white paper helps you understand why PFA-based efforts should integrate father-involvement (and specific) programs and resources.
The paper “maps” (i.e. links) how your efforts to increase father involvement in the lives of children build the protective factors (PF) through prevention and intervention, thus helping to break the intergenerational nature of child abuse and neglect (CAN).
You will also learn which of NFI’s father-specific programs and resources map to the protective factors.
Fill out the form to the right to access "Mapping Father-Involvement Programs and Resources to the Protective Factors."
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