Events Archive Upcoming Events

February 22, 2018 to February 23, 2018
Young Fathers of Central Florida's mission is to provide young fathers under the age of 24 years with supportive community-based resources to assist them to actively participate in the lives of their children and families in order to strengthen their communities. In particular, their goal is to reach those young fathers who are ignored, isolated and have no reliable support system.
Orlando, Florida - (All day)
February 19, 2018 to February 23, 2018
Powerhouse speakers taking the helm  at the 19th Annual Fathers & Families 2018 National Conference Head Start teachers, family service workers, child welfare workers, fatherhood practitioners, criminal justice professionals, foster care and social policy makers that are working with children and families will greatly benefit from these transformational change innovators and experts. 
Los Angeles, California - (All day)
February 15, 2018 to February 17, 2018
NCSEA serves child support professionals, agencies, and strategic partners worldwide through professional development, communications, public awareness, and advocacy to enhance the financial, medical and emotional support that parents provide for their children.
Washington, District of Columbia - (All day)
February 1, 2018 to February 3, 2018
The Dad 2.0 Summit is an open conversation about the commercial power of dads online, and an opportunity to learn the tools and tactics used by influential bloggers to create high-quality content, build personal brands, and develop business ideas.
New Orleans, Louisiana - (All day)
January 29, 2018
If you notice that too much time on the phone or in front of the TV is starting to negatively impact your interaction with your kids, it may be time to look at setting up a Family Media Plan with this tool from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Think through it together and find a system that works for everyone!
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