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March 1, 2023
The Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) Program, also known internationally as Parents as Partners (PasP), is an evidence-based approach to increasing father involvement, engagement in co-parenting, and fostering children’s development.
The Brazelton Touchpoints Center (BTC) offers a 24-hour training for teams interested in implementing the SFI program in their organizations. Participants learn how to implement this 16-session, parenting-group program that includes co-led group facilitation, an interactive curriculum, case management, and child care during the groups while parents are meeting. The program is designed to focus on co-parenting partners (e.g., parents, grandparents, same-sex couples, etc.) but it can be implemented in a fathers group format.
The initial 24-hour team training is followed by one year of mentoring on SFI curriculum implementation in your setting. Learn more about the training here.