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Greetings dads, Engaged fathers are an integral part of a functioning society and their roles are invaluable to the growth and development of all children who are parents' most cherished earthly possessions. Removal of the father means the destruction of society. The responsibilities of fathers are to love, lead, feed, provide, protect, sacrifice, instruct, empower, discipline, and suffer for the love of wife and children. The United States is the number one nation in the world that has fatherless children (25 million). How important are fathers? 85% of youth with severe behavior issues in the U.S. had no father in the home, 75% of youth with drug and alcohol treatment history have no father in the home, children without a father are 5 times more likely to be poor and 9 times more likely to drop out of school. ACTIVE FATHERS MATTER. We are a group of dads dedicated to strengthening our relationships with our kids, and we would love for you to join us. Our team captains are Torey Wright, Sr. and Rhonda Robinson If you have any questions or comments, would like to learn more, or would like to know when the next meeting will be, please use the contact form on this page to connect with our team captains.


Please come to this Friday (8/5/22) morning's Orientation at Montclair from 9-11 to meet your child's teacher and sign up for membership to All Pro Dad. Your involvement in your children's lives to include his/her education and well being is the most important role in pursuit of a functioning society. We look forward to seeing you and joining All Pro Dad.



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820 Massachusetts Ave, Pensacola, FL, 32505

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