Being a Good Father

Being a good father means more these days than just bringing home the paycheck or providing the discipline. More and more, men are being asked to take on a nurturing role. This is good news as it means that men will be able to bond more completely with their children and children will get to know their father as a whole person.

But it’s not an easy transition from disciplinarian to nurturer, provider of money to emotional support. Despite their love for their children, men often haven’t been trained to be nurturers. And regardless of what they do outside the home, helping to raise children is a far larger responsibility.

The Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan gets that. In fact, we believe fatherhood is one of men’s most important jobs. The services we provide will help you do that job with skill, love, and grace.

  • Nurturing Dads Support Group

    A parenting program providing relationship help for men by teaching them skills to be firm but loving fathers.

  • Boys and Sports

    Coaching strategies for teaching boys to reach their athletic potential to pursue team goals and survive in a competitive workplace while also training them to become successful partners, fathers, and citizens.

  • How to Prevent Bullying at School

    Learn how to prevent bullying at school through the development of innovative administrative polices, effective student curricula, and assertive intervention and prevention strategies.

  • Nurturing Dads Initiative

    Helping men become better fathers by developing a new understanding of fatherhood. Parenting techniques included.

Contact the Men’s Resource Center for our fee schedule and more information.