ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

To help parents and practitioners sort through the overwhelming number of websites, blogs, and other fatherhood-related media in the search for useful resources and important research, The Fatherhood Project features an ongoing, curated selection of high quality, downloadable Videos, Audio Clips, Articles & Books, Research, and Links. Our focus for selecting feature content is on providing practical activities, useable knowledge, and powerful stories about modern fatherhood and family life.

RECOMMENDED WEBSITES

In Nearly Every U.S. Metro Area, New Data Show Opportunity Lags For Kids Of Color


When it comes to children's prospects in life, the neighborhoods where they grow up the matter a lot. Schools, safety, access to healthy food, places to play are all things that help to shape their futures. The mission of The Fatherhood Project also recognizes that the outcomes of a child's life vary greatly when a father is engaged, present and active in a child's life. Read more here.




Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University


The Center of the Developing Child's mission is to drive science-based innovation that achieves breakthrough outcomes for children facing adversity.




Expanded Paid Parental Leave: Measuring the Impact of Leave on Work & Family (2019)


This report compares the leave experiences and attitudes of over 1,200 new mothers and fathers, who were eligible for at least 6 weeks of gender-neutral, paid parental leave.




Boston College Center for Work and Family: The New Dad


Research study on men and fathers




Father Research and Practice Network


Promoting rigorous evaluation of fatherhood programs. Connecting researchers and practitioners.




Fatherhood.gov


An Office of Family Assistance (OFA) funded national resource for fathers, practitioners, programs/Federal grantees, states, and the public-at-large who are serving or interested in supporting strong fathers and families.




Fatherhood Institute


The UK's fatherhood think-and-do-tank. The Fatherhood Institute researches and advocates for involved fatherhood, which is a key means to improve children's outcomes.




Kids in the House


The world's largest parenting video library with over 8,000 videos from 450 of the top parenting experts from all over the United States.




Massachusetts Home Visiting


Home visits for expecting or new parents. Connecting families to resources. Helping each family find its way toward a healthier, brighter future.




Men Care


A Global Fatherhood Campaign promoting men as equitable, involved and non-violent fathers and caregivers through media, programs, and advocacy.




MGH Clay Center


Promoting the emotional well-being of young people through innovative education.




New England Fathering Conference


For more than 15 Years, The New England Fathering Conference has been bringing together people who want to be/support men to be the best dads they can be.




One Tough Job


Providing access to current, practical parenting information, tips and support parents can trust.




Paul Raeburn


Blogger and author of Do Fathers Matter?




The Children's Trust


Working to strengthen families and support parents as they raise and nurture their children.




The New Dad


Studies on the changing roles of fathers from The Boston College Center for Work and Family




Think : Kids


A program at Massachusetts General Hospital that teaches adults a revolutionary and evidence-based approach to helping challenging kids.





RECOMMENDED BOOKS

Do Fathers Matter?: What Science Is Telling Us About The Parent We've Overlooked


By Paul Raeburn Overturning the myths and stereotypes of fatherhood using the latest scientific research on dads.




The Whole Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies To Nurture Your Child’S Developing Mind


By Dan Siegel, MD Clear, concise strategies for child development for parents based





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