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Project D.A.D.

Developing Active Dads

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Funding provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families — Grant # 90FK0025-01-00

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Project D.A.D.’s (Developing Active Dads) mission is to help non-custodial fathers and families in Philadelphia, to be responsible parents by providing programming that improves participants’ relations with their children, through intensive employment services and case management.

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Program Overview

Project D.A.D. has the opportunity to develop positive manhood/fatherhood values and long-term commitment to children, family and communities. Its training is designed to enhance life traits such as self-discipline, respect for self and others which provide a stable pathway to decision making, financial stability and personal responsibility.

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Project D.A.D. Staff

Kirk Berry

Director
kberry@peopleforpeople.org

Janet Delgado

Facilitator/Case Manager
jchriswell@peopleforpeople.org

Keith Scruggs

Data Manager
kscruggs@peopleforpeople.org

Mahdee Abdul-Haqq

Outreach Coordinator
mhaqq@peopleforpeople.org