Fathers Families and Healthy Communities confronts racism, poverty and policy that limit relationships between non-custodial Black fathers and their children. Through training, collaborative partnerships and advocacy based on a theory of change that promotes the embedding of promising practices, scalable strategies and sustainable efforts, FFHC seeks to create new pathways for men to connect with their children, their families and their communities.
Black men are recognized and values as assets to their child, families and communities. As an asset Black men are supported in their efforts to contribute greatly to the well-being of their children, families and community. And public and private sector policies and practices reflect these beliefs.