MONTHLY FATHERHOOD SUPPORT WORKSHOPS
ONE ON ONE PARENTING CONSULTATION
STATISTICAL DATA ON POSITIVE & NEGATIVES IMPACTS THAT FATHERS MAKE
MALE INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMS
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
PARENTING STRATEGIES
MOM vs DAD “COMPARE & CONTRAST”WORKSHOP

CHAMP FATHERHOOD CONSULTANTS VISION IS TO CREATE STRONGER COMMUNITIES BY UPLIFTING FATHERS AND GOOD FATHERHOOD PRACTICES.

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CHAMP FATHERHOOD CONSULTANTS MISSION is to provide information on various resources that promote good fatherhood practices. Through educational workshops and monthly support meetings men are provided an overview of societal views of men, resources for stability, and empowering strategies for successful parenting. We help attendees gain an understanding of the male and female gender by identifying unique traits. As a result men gain an understanding of the importance of male involvement ultimately discovering the C.H.A.M.P. in themselves.

Behind C.H.A.M.P. FATHERHOOD
Chris Latson is a trained Family Support Coordinator through the Georgia Training Institute and a native of Miami, Florida. He is a graduate of Paine College, and his educational background consists of a degree in English/Education with a minor in Art. Chris has received extensive training in the area of Early Childhood and Secondary Education. For the past 3 years he has facilitated as a Fatherhood Coach through All Pro Dad,and is the President of C.H.A.M.P. Fatherhood Consultants. He is a certified Family Support Coordinator and certified Parent Trainer by the Center of Child Well Being.

Who We Are
Currently, Chris Latson serves in the capacity of Youth Pathway Coach /Case Manager under the Project RESTORE program. Project RESTORE is a federally funded Department of Labor/Positive Pathways Program dedicated to uplifting the Department of Juvenile Justice and Adult Justice re-entry population. Chris pledges to provide a fun and educational environment for the youth and families who find themselves faced with the hardships of life. As a family man he lives by the motto” I Can, I Will”.