Nottingham City Council Fathers Strategy
This is one of a series of guides to help agencies develop father-inclusive services, produced by the Department for Children, Schools and Families’ Parenting Implementation Project (PIP), which ran from early 2008 until June 2009.
The strategy described in this guide aims to set out a clear agenda for developing father-inclusive services. It is not a comprehensive strategy, but sets out a common vision and rationale, and detailed guidance on the principles and key approaches that will need to be built into local commissioning arrangements and operational plans. This is a draft strategy, to be sent out for consultation with fathers and to the Children’s Partnership (Nottingham’s Children’s Trust). It will then be adopted and used by fathers, mothers, carers and staff to understand Nottingham City Council’s approach to support for fathers and male carers.
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