On Monday, the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood announced that five organizations across Ohio have been awarded two-year grants to help fathers in their areas become better parents, partners and providers.
Organizations including Action for Children, Early Childhood Resource Center, ForeverDads, Passages and Talbert House will receive $260,000 each over the next two state fiscal years to offer individualized services.
The services will reportedly help to remove barriers to father engagement, lead fatherhood classes using evidence-based curriculum, help fathers prepare for, find and keep a job; and record all data in a web-based case management system.
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