Share: Caring Dads Helping You Repair Your Relationship With Your Family. Be the Dad your family needs. Learn how to strengthen your relationship with your child/ren, respectfully co-parent, and be the best Dad you can be. 17 Week Group starts September 26. Dates: Begins September 26 (17 Week program) Sept 26 Oct 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Nov 7, 14, 21, 28 December break for holidays Jan 9, 16, 23, 30 Feb 6, 13, 20 Participants must attend all sessions. Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Location will be announced to participants when joining instructions are sent. Cost: Free Registration Deadline: September 3. Please indicate that you are interested and you will be contacted for a screening. Contact the Family Mental Health Intake Line at 613-541-5010 x4811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Want more information? Visit Caring Dads or see the article in Garrison Life Are supplies/tools/equipment provided? Yes Who can attend? Dads - including male Military Members and male spouses of military members. Participants must have contact with their children. Minimum age to participate? 18+ Is Childcare provided? Yes If childcare is provided is it free or paid? Causal child care will be provided at the KMFRC at no cost to participants. What is the maximum attendance? 15 Program is offered in English, French, or both? English FAQ Is Caring Dads for me? Fathers often wonder if the Caring Dads program is right for them. Here are a few guiding questions to consider: ○ Do you sometimes worry about how angry you feel about your child? ○ Do you sometimes have a hard time letting go angry thoughts about your children or your children’s mother? ○ Do you often feel like your children are intentionally trying to annoy you? ○ Do you ever criticize your children’s mother in front of your children? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Caring Dads program may be for you. Sometimes, it’s difficult to know how to be a loving and respectful father and to find the support that you need to improve the situation for you and your family. Caring Dads can help you be a better father and helps to foster healthier relationships with your child and your child’s mother.