The Dads Project supports dads in Northern Ireland who are separating, separated or currently involved within the courts service.
The Dads Project promotes dads being engaged and involved in their children's lives. This project will help you to develop more confidence in your parenting ability and to build positive connections with other dads in a similar position in your community.
An element of the Dads Project is to support single/separated mums through the provision of a ‘Parenting Apart Programme’ so that they too feel better informed as to how best to support their children during and after a separation.
The Dads Project aims to...
How the Dads Project can support you
Programmes the Dads Project offers
Duration: 6 weeks
Aim: To support you in minimising the impact of separation on children
Providing practical guidance on how to talk to your children about separation and how you can help them adapt to the changes ahead.
The programme will help you to focus on your child's needs and to explore your changing role and responsibilities as a parent.
Fathers and Families
Duration: 6 weeks
Aim: To promote positive parenting skills to fathers
This programme is for anyone in a fathering role. The programme gives you the skills to use a positive parenting approach and emphasises the important role fathers play in their children's lives.
The programme is interactive, fun and an opportunity for fathers to build a support network.
Our quarterly newsletters give you an insight into what the Dads Project has been up to. Click on the images below to download each edition.
Men's Health Week 2020
The Dads Project Coordinator, Cahir Murray spoke to Glenn Hinds about a range of things relating to men and dads, including their emotional wellbeing for a piece on his website. You can listen to the conversation on the link below: