Have you considered some of NFI programs but felt overwhelmed with finding the information you needed to get it approved?
Are you not even sure what these "programs" are that I'm talking about?
Well, do we have some new tools for you!
Introducing our free, downloadable Curriculum Pitch Kits.
Over the years, we have had many different kinds of organizations come to us with questions about our curriculum programs. How long is it? Does it require a facilitator? Is it evidence based? Can I see a sample? And more! The types of questions are endless.
As a result, we decided to create a "Pitch Kit" for each of our flagship curricula for dads and moms. The Pitch Kits answer almost any question you might have about the program, all in one handy packet. This makes it easy for you to present the program information to your boss, board, or funder. No more going to a million different web pages to find the info. Just download the Pitch Kit for your curriculum of choice, and voila! Everything you need. (Of course, if you have an unanswered question, call us!)
There are three Pitch Kits:
1.) Understanding Dad™: An Awareness and Communication Program for Moms
Say what? NFI offers a program for moms? Yes! And it's quite popular, too.
Understanding Dad™ is a unique, 8-session program that helps moms improve the relationships they have with fathers, for the benefit of their children. The program helps moms better understand the importance of involving dad in their children's lives, and how to better communicate with the father(s) of their child(ren).
Oftentimes, a mothers' "gatekeeping" behavior can prevent or reduce fathers' access to their children - when fathers' involvement in their children's lives would actually benefit their children. This program encourages self-awareness and helps moms improve the communications skills they need to improve their relationships with the fathers of their children.
2.) InsideOut Dad®: The nation's only evidence-based fatherhood program specifically developed for incarcerated fathers.
InsideOut Dad® helps reduce recidivism rates by reconnecting incarcerated fathers to their families, providing the motivation to get out and stay out. Popular among both inmates and ex-offenders, InsideOut Dad® is used in over 400 facilities in all 50 states and has been proven to increase family contact and improve inmate knowledge and attitudes. State and federal facilities, pre-release programs, community organizations, and more are using this life-changing fatherhood program.
3.) 24/7 Dad®: An evidence-based fatherhood program used by thousands of organizations across the nation to improve the knowledge, behavior, and skills of dads of all races, religions, and demographics.
24/7 Dad® is built on the basis that fathers can be nurturers, and for men, nurturing is a learned skill. Throughout the program, men examine their own fatherhood history, learn the 5 characteristics of a 24/7 Dad®, and other important behaviors such as working with mom and proper child discipline to help them be the best dads they can be.