Listing of FFCA Affiliates

Why Fathers & Families Coalition of America? Fathers & Families Coalition of America (FFCA) has established local chapters (affiliates) in the United States and internationally, addressing the impacts of fatherlessness on children with the goal of helping families sustain healthier relationships and building healthy communities. Fathers & Families Coalition of America is a leader for stakeholders seeking resources, support and services specializing in strengthening families, globally.

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Fathers & Families Coalition International Affiliates

  • Australia
  • Africa
  • China
  • Bermuda
  • Jamaica
  • Puerto Rico

Fathers & Families Coalition of America Affiliates 

  • Arkansas
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • Mississippi
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin

FFCA collaborative models is based on growing with us (GWU) through diverse professionals, researchers, parents, organizations and community collaborations that are help individuals come into contact with experienced professionals providing services such as and not limited to, preschool and early childhood education and care settings, home visiting settings, after-school program facilities, child welfare agency facilities, public health agency, mental health, substance abuse treatment, faith-based institutions, domestic violence centers, homeless services, refugee services system facilities, juvenile justice system facilities, law enforcement agency facilities and fatherhood programs to foster ongoing added value of the through collaborative model for professional development, resources and local to international support. 

GWU in communities, states, regions and nationally where there is not a current Fathers & Families Coalition of America Affiliate. GWU as FFCA aspires to be a sustained source as quality improvement training centered on paternal involvement for Los Angeles County, California, as well as national/international providerswell-being of children. Through ongoing professional development at our national conference to regional institutes and local symposiums, the FFCA will create community interventions for underserved areas that have faced significant father absences through acute or long-term exposure to substantial systemic barriers, historical or cultural disproportionality, intergenerational poverty, poor educational attainment, a high rate of violence, or a high rate of drug overdose mortality and overrepresentation of incarceration in many communities nationally and even international with a few affiliated international FFC entities from China, Australia, South-America, Africa and the Caribbean as examples of the need to address the wellness of children.

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