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Local Programs & Resources for Dads

  • Active Dads Drop-In and Positive Discipline classes are offered at High Point Center in West Seattle. Check out their calendar and offerings for up-to-date info.
  • Active Dads Network is a Meet Up group in Seattle with dads, kids, resources and activities.
  • The Conscious Fathering Program offered by Parent Trust of Washington Children, is a 2-hour class providing information on basic baby care, plus insight on how men can prepare for those precious first months.
  • Seattle Dadvocate, Chris Casazza MA, LMHC - local therapist and PEPS Group leader specializes in working with new fathers and stay at home fathers.
  • Seattle Stay at Home Dads is a Meet Up group in Seattle with dads, kids, resources and activities.
  • Wellspring Family Services offers classes and workshops that support new dads and their babies as they discover their unique relationship and the importance of this father-to-baby bonding.
  • - for all dads, but with an emphasis on helping non-resident fathers.
    The Dad Next Door from Dr. Jeff Lee and Seattle's Child magazine shares many insightful moments in fatherhood.
  • Great Dad provides advice for dad and an online forum to connect to other dads--new, divorced, stay-at-home dads and single dad--on parenting, pregnancy care, adoption, child care, and bringing up kids and teens.
  • Mr - comprehensive list of resources for dads.
  • National at Home Dad Network
  • National Center for Fathering - great site for all things programmatic, including the school-based program Watch DOGS
  • Peaceful Papa
  • Practical Dad - children's health, child development, household management and parenting tips.

Postpartum Resources for Dads

Specific resources for dads experiencing mood changes after baby or for dads who are supporting moms with postpartum mood disorders or anxiety.

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