December Newsletter- Father’s Feelings

Father’s Feel, too! Read our December Newsletter #2 Father’s Feelings Edition!

Father’s Feelings Newsletter

What are IFCI’s Monthly Newsletters?

Each month the Institute of Family and Community Impact an OhioGuidestone initiative releases research Newsletters to explore our innovations closely. We want to communicate our projects, innovations, and other happenings while strengthening our relationship with the community in an accessible manner. Read the December Newsletter that closely explores Father’s Feelings by following the above link.

About our Father’s Feelings December Newsletter release

Our Father’s Feelings study provides fathers with clinical paternal depression screening, brief coaching and intervention, and warm hand-off referrals to clinical and other social and community outlets to fathers in the perinatal phase. In this Newsletter we explore the Father’s Feelings 2020-2022 Statewide Project- funded by the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund.

Black father reading to child joyfully

Sneak-Peek inside the Father’s Feelings Newsletter

  • Exploration of the 2020-2022 Statewide Project- Ohio Children’s Trust Fund
  • Reading Corner: In this release we introduce you to literature that closely relates to our Father’s Feelings study. You will also be introduced to the book that IFCI is reading as a team this month.
  • Community Resources: We work with the communities we serve! In each Newsletter release find some resources that might be of help to you!


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