Career Resources’ Fathers for Life Program offers an intensive parenting curriculum that covers topics such as child health and development, co-parenting and communication skills and how to get along with your child’s other parent even when you don’t live together.
Career Resources Inc. (CRI) was one of the first agencies to partner with the state’s Department of Social Services (DSS) to quantify and validate high-quality programming to help parents increase the emotional and financial connection with their children. Last week, CRI staff and dignitaries celebrated the most recent Fathers for Life graduating class.
Congratulations to all those who completed the rigorous 12-week “24/7 Dads” program: Geraldo Algarin, Kenneth M. Bradley, Jr., Javier Coyotl, David E. De Los Santos, Angel L. González, Anthony T. Grant, William Griffin, Javin Headen, Shaquel T. Nixon, Courtney W. Pettway, Daniel J. Rammage, Marcus M. Robinson and Timothy Washington. And thanks to Fathers for Life alumni Walter Powell, Askia Sierra and Ivan Zumda for joining the celebration.
Pictured, from left: Fathers for Life Program Manager Rosa J. Correa, CRI Chief Operating Office Debra Keel, Fathers for Life staff Paul Weston, graduate Marcus Robinson, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch, Tony Judkins of DSS, Bridgeport City Councilwoman Milta Feliciano, Terry Williams of the Bridgeport Office of Parole, and seated in front row Javier Santiago, Fathers for Life Navigator.
Fathers for Life accepts referrals from service agencies and individuals interested in improving their parenting skills. The program is open to mothers as well as fathers, and to custodial as well as non-custodial parents, and people may join at any time. For more information call (203) 953-3247.