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What Does Being a Father Means

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The pressure of fatherhood can be overwhelming. To be a father means a lot of things. It means being the pillar of the family. As a father, they are there to provide for the family and stand as a good role model for his children.

There a lot of expectations the society has to put on the shoulders of a father. However, what matters most is how a man can bring and mold his family to be strong, loving, and successful.

Fatherhood training does not make you the perfect father in just one snap. Being a good father does not end from reading books and from hearing the experiences of others. It is about applying what you learned and heard.

Fathers 4 Progress Inc. is here because we saw the need to help and educate fathers to discover their capabilities. We understand that fathers too need to have other support systems as they venture this journey. Hence, we offer parenting programs in Bronx, New York to form a group of fathers who will pool their experiences and help create positive changes in each other’s lives.

With our fatherhood program in New York, men are being educated on how to become good fathers. With this program, fathers are invited to be involved in their open space. Members come from different fields of specialization to build a network.

We offer a wide range of services from helping them lead a good life. With our wide network, we also aim to help our members land a job and train them if necessary. In case you are interested in any of our services, 718-299-6500 us for more details.

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To contact us and check our latest program and training, please contact us at these details:
  • Fatherhood Training Center Location: 281 East Burnside Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 Contact Program Director, Julson Fabien, L.M.S.W Office: 718-299-6500 (Ext. 1027) Fax: 718-299-2855 Email: f4p_sbhs@yahoo.com