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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. 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 of our services and/or attending a class.

Office business hours are Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm. 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.

Free On-Going Classes:

  • Domestic Violence Classes – Healing the Wounded Spirit
    • Wednesday, 10 am to Noon, Nine Week Class.
    • Neighborhood Place, 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • This class will satisfy some of the court and CPS (Child Protection Services) general awareness of domestic violence class mandates and is open to the public. You must complete the required paperwork prior to graduating from the class.
  • Parenting Classes – Raising Children with P.R.I.D.E.
    • Wednesday, Noon to 2 pm, Nine Week Class.
    • Neighborhood Place, 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • This class is a federally recognized and will satisfy most court and CPS (Child Protection Services) parenting class mandates and is open to the public. You must complete the required program forms prior to graduating from the class.
  • Domestic Violence Night Classes – Healing the Wounded Spirit
    • Wednesday NIGHT, 6 pm to 8 pm, Nine Week Class.
    • Neighborhood Place, 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • This class will satisfy some of the court and CPS (Child Protection Services) general awareness of domestic violence class mandates and is open to the public. You must complete the required paperwork prior to graduating from the class.
  • Parenting Night Classes – Raising Children with P.R.I.D.E.
    • Tuesday NIGHT, 6 pm to 8 pm, Nine Week Class.
    • Neighborhood Place, 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • This class is a federally recognized and will satisfy most court and CPS (Child Protection Services) parenting class mandates and is open to the public. You must complete the required program forms prior to graduating from the class.
  • Youth’s Rites of Passage Classes – JOVEN Noble (Boys & Girls)
    • Tuesday NIGHT, 6 pm to 8 pm, Nine Week Class.
    • Neighborhood Place, 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • This class is a federally recognized and will satisfy most court and CPS (Child Protection Services) youth development and truancy prevention mandates and is open to the public. The parent and youth must complete the required program forms prior to graduating from the class.
  • Note: As of January 1, 2019, all of our weekly classes are now 9 weeks long. Please disregard, any previous information that would indicated otherwise. 

For more info: TXT 210-617-3554. Your name and class(es) that you are interested in or Register online:
Click Here … Online Registration

  • Parental Equality Advocate Every Friday, San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign Office: 3014 Rivas St., 78228, Room 20
    • Parental Equality Advocates Meeting & Training: Every Friday at 10 am.
      • Join us men & women for our weekly meeting, where we will explore how we can create and maintain Parental Equality. This meeting is open to the public.
    • For more info or to schedule a visit: TXT 210-617-3554. Your name, date and that you would like to meet with us
    • Free Legal & Advocate Resources: Go to www.LawBook.SaFatherhood.com

TXT 210-617-3554 To schedule an appointment.

UP COMING EVENTS…

  • Coming Soon:
    • Texas Attorney Generals’ Parenting and Paternity Awareness (p.a.p.a.) Classes & Workshop
    • Mom as Gateway Workshops
    • Responsible Relationships Workshops
    • Domestic Violence Classes & Workshops
    • Parenting Classes & Workshop

Funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health Services, Administration for Children and Families, City of San Antonio and the State of Texas.  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.

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