Supporting Father Involvement

July 27, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Joelfre Grant
The Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) Program, also known internationally as Parents as Partners (PasP), is an evidence-based approach to fostering children’s development by increasing father involvement, and by supporting co-parenting among adult parenting partners sharing the care.
The Brazelton Touchpoints Center offers 24 hours of training for teams interested in implementing the SFI program in their organizations.
Participants will learn how to implement this 16-session, parenting group that includes co-led group facilitation, an interactive curriculum, case management, and child care during while parents are meeting for the group. The program is designed to focus on co-parenting partners (e.g., parents, grandparents, same-sex couples, etc.) but it can also be implemented in a father’s group format.


July 26–28, August 2–4
Six, half-day online sessions from 12:00 to 4:00 PM EST


24 hours of training where participants:
  • Learn about and experience the interactive SFI curriculum
  • Practice group facilitation with a co-leader
  • Discuss assessment tools
  • Learn about SFI implementation including recruitment, facilitation of SFI groups, and assessment of SFI
  • Review the SFI curriculum guide
Implementation support where teams receive:
  • One year of implementation mentoring through monthly calls
  • Reflective practice calls with group co-leaders after each co-parenting group meeting


  • Training Fee: $12,500 for a team of four


Brazelton Touchpoints Center faculty and staff are available to help you consider bringing SFI to your community. Please contact us to schedule a time to discuss your interest in using the SFI program to help you reach your goals for children and families.