Responsible Fatherhood Program
This program meets on a monthly basis and follows the National Fatherhood Initiative's 24/7 Dad and Doctor Dad Curriculums. The fatherhood program is designed to support fathers to overcome parental and employment challenges. By providing the fathers with different opportunities and experiences, the program equips them to become more self-sufficient and nurturing. Our program focuses on:
- Economic self-sufficiency
- Healthy development of children
- Effective parenting
This is accomplished by case management, relationship building, group activities, mentoring, and home visits. Any father associated with AIU Family Centers can attend the monthly/quarterly meetings.
Monthly meetings are held at the East Allegheny and Sto-Rox Family Centers. Dinner and snacks are provided; childcare is provided for participating fathers.
- East Allegheny Family Center, 200 Westinghouse Drive, Wilmerding, 15148 - 2nd Tuesday of the month starting at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Center number is (412) 829-6171.
- Sto-Rox Family Center, 618 Russellwood Avenue, McKees Rocks, 15136 - Last Thursday of the month. Center number is (412) 771-6817.
Mr. Art Johnson is available to assist fathers in the Tarentum area on Wednesdays. For any father in Allegheny County seeking individual assistance, please call Mr. Art Johnson at (412) 760-6737.
For additional information, please review the Fatherhood Resource Guide.
Fathers Collaborative Council of Western PA
The Fathers Collaborative Council of Western PA (FCCWPA) through the collaborative efforts of participating agencies work to support ongoing growth and stability of fatherhood programs by recognizing their unique needs and maximizing their resources.
The FCCWPA meets the 4th Thursday of the month from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
For more information, view the FCCWPA Brochure.
Annual Fatherhood Events
- Pirate Baseball Outing
- Fatherhood Cookout
- Fatherhood Camping Trip
- Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp
- Fatherhood Awards Dinner
- Father-Daughter Dance