Our programs and community events are all culturally centred and family focused. In
the past, we hosted our highly successful annual Father's Day and Kwanzaa events
at Ujima House. We participated in the National Black Summit and conducted literacy
workshops at the Afrocentric Alternative School.
We offer 2 core father-focused programs;
Super Dads Super Kids,
And Ujima House Access Services for families seeking support in their gaining access to their loved ones who are involved with the Children Aid Society of Toronto (CAST).
Super Dad's Super Kids
Super Dad's Super Kids is a 8 week program that will
educate and engage Father's in Emotional Health, Discipline and Setting Limits, Physical Health (Activities, Nutrition and Injury Prevention, Family/Life/Work Balance and Anger Management
Nobody’s Perfect is a facilitated parenting program class for parents of children from birth to age five. The programme is structured to address the needs of parents who are young, single, socially or geographically isolated, or who have a low income or minimal formal education provided to help parents and young children through facilitators in communities.
Therapeutic Access Program
Our Therapeutic Access Program (TAP) Emphasizes unification, teaching and intervention techniques. Clients are supported by our Community Access Specialist working in tandem with other YPF staff and external support organizations. By working collectively, staff positively enhance parent's experience in supported access. We provide a road map for family integration and development and guide fathers to become committed and involved.