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Welcome to the San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign website, it is our hope and mission to encourage you on your journey of Fatherhood. We know the role a parent plays in the life of their child is a vital one so we have created a website to help motivate our dads to “be involved” and “stay involved” through their child’s life. The role of FATHERHOOD is a milestone in the lives of children and many of the lessons that a child will learn are a reflection of the time parents dedicate to them.
All, both men and women are welcome to take part in our program. For new members, we would like to schedule a one hour meeting on either Tuesday or Wednesday from 8am – 1pm. To schedule this, please TXT 210-617-3554 with your name, date and time you would like to meet. You will need to take part in this visit prior to receiving any our services.
Office business hours are Monday – Friday 8am to 2:30pm. These hours are subject to change, for non-scheduled visits please call or TXT 210-617-3554 before visiting.
TXT 210-617-3554 To schedule an appointment.
At this time, San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign is not scheduling any new classes. The Fatherhood Right’s Grant that we have been operating under for the last 7 years is coming to an end. This grant has been replace with a new grant, which we have applied for. We are confident that we will receive this new funding and we should know the results of this new grant sometime in late September / early October.
The Fatherhood Campaign will continue to assistance people in the community. Please feel free to contact us.
Thank you for your support. Let us know if you have any questions.
UP COMING EVENTS...
FREE Legal Consultations & Advocate Training: Every Tuesday at 10am, San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign Office: 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
Free Confidential One on One Consultations: Every Tuesday at 10am.
Please TXT 210-617-3554
The Tuesday morning, that you want to meet with the lawyer.
If there is a change in schedule, we will TXT you.
Funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant: Grant #90FK0033-01-01. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author (s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. “These services are available to all eligible persons, regardless, of race, gender, age, disability, or religion.” The San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign is an American Indians In Texas At The Spanish Colonial Mission initiative.
In San Antonio, an idea that began with the vision of a handful of concerned Latino/Chicano and Native-American fathers quickly developed into an organized community campaign to promote responsible fatherhood to fathers of all ages. The campaign, which began in February 2004, received substantial assistance from Making Connections-San Antonio and the Annie E. Casey Foundation Fatherhood initiative.Read more...
Goals and Objectives
The Fatherhood Campaign wants to promote responsible fatherhood by helping males and father’s of all ages to achieve greater self esteem and better awareness of their responsibilities to their families and community.
To achieve this success, we empower fathers to becoming successful through life skills building, family reunification, education and career training, employment support and child support compliance.
To achieve this goal, the Fatherhood Campaigns primary objectives are...
The San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign facilitates the delivery of a broad network of services for disconnected fathers who want to improve their capacity to provide financial and social supports for their children. Activities also assist father’s in overcoming obstacles and barriers that may prohibit them from being the most effective and nurturing parents possible. Read more...