CCFIP was 1 of 20 out of 387 nationwide applicants to be awarded a grant from the National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) in April of 2007. For Community Stakeholders A Fatherhood Awareness Kick-Off “Responsible Fatherhood Summit”
CCFIP was 1 of 20 out of 387 nationwide applicants to be awarded a grant from the National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI) in April of 2007
For Community Stakeholders
A Fatherhood Awareness Kick-Off
“Responsible Fatherhood Summit”
$25.00 Registration Required (Continental Breakfast & Lunch Provided)
Friday, November 16, 2007, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
The Clayton County International Park
2300 Hwy. 138, SE, Jonesboro, GA 30216 – 770.603.4005
Charles Lee-Johnson, CEO of the National Family Life and Education Center and presenter of the acclaimed 10 Steps Rites of Passage program; and
Cozell Harris, National Fatherhood Consultant for the Anne E. Casey Foundation fatherhood initiatives and certified to train fatherhood development for the Administration of Family and Children.
To Bring Awareness to Clayton County that CCFIP is here to stay and promote responsible fatherhood; thereby enhancing the lives of our youth, families and communities.
The Clayton County Fatherhood Initiative Partnership is an organization borne of collaborations developed originally to combat gang violence through a Compassion Capital Fund for building capacity grant through the Morehouse School of Medicine’s Technical Assistance Support Center (MSMTASC). During the eleven month “Round Table” collaborative exercises that followed, the partners discovered evidence of a very distinct correlation between gang violence and absentee fathers. Hence, the establishment of the CCFIP to create, enhance and support community-wide collaborative alliances designed to promote responsible fatherhood.
Fax or Email: Registration Information:
Your Name: __________________________________ Check or Cash:___________________
Phone: ____-________-______ Name of Organization :________________________________
RVSP BY: 9 NOVEMBER, 2007
A collaboration between eight (8) Clayton County organizations focused on strengthening the relationship between fathers and their children as well as reversing the trend of absentee fathers:
The Advocacy Foundation, Inc.
The Clayton County Adolescent Coalition, Inc.
God’s House of Worship & Deliverance, Inc.
The Greater Solid Rock Community Outreach Center, Inc.
Lion of Judah Community Development Corporation, Inc.
Clayton County Parks & Recreation Department
Office Location: 6030 Hwy 85, Suite 202, Riverdale, GA 30274
(678) 918-2948(off) †(404) 380-1788 (fax www.ccfip.org email: [email protected]