54 listings in Dad-Friendly Groups
95 years experience of successfully finding loving homes for children who can no longer live with their birth families & supporting those affected by adoption.
The world’s longest running radio program on fathers’ issues
Family Support Team
Britain's Most Northerly Dads Group
Our centre is suited to the local community they serve providing the best place to help families flourish.
The Jeely Piece Club is dedicated to supporting and improving play & learning opportunities for children and families in Castlemilk and across the City
Established by the Cyrenians, the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution supports young people, families & professionals in working to resolve conflict.
A 4-week antenatal course for men covering: labour and birth, postnatal depression, coping with a baby crying and baby care - handling, dressing, nappy changing, bathing and baby massage. - contact email@example.com, 01506 774700
A 5-week course showing baby massage techniques - contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 01506 774700
Dads Care is a charity which helps all fathers and in particular, those with chaotic lives either through Drug Misuse, Alcohol Abuse, Self-Harm all the way down to self-referrers just looking for other dads to support.
Meeting at the PYCP building on West Pilton Place the group is a great opportunity meet other Dads in the area, relax and share experience.
Dunfermline Dads a free playgroup for Dads and kids in Dunfermline funnily enough. Saturdays 10am Touch Community Centre
“menZone” designed especially for male parents, carers and their children. These sessions are one Saturday a month from 11am – 1pm, for more info and to book a place contact Barry 01563 576 433, email@example.com
Family support charity, supporting families with a child under five, helps parents build better lives for their children. #homestart
Playgroup for Dads / Granddads and Familymen based in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.
Geeza Break, a voluntary organisation, provides family support and flexible respite services to parents with children aged 0-16 years (up to 18 years for children with disabilities), predominantly within the North East Area in Glasgow.
The Edinburgh lone fathers project or Dad's club, has been helping to support and help lone and contact dads for over ten years.
Glasgow Dads welcomes all male carers and their children at the weekly playgroup held within the Parkhead Congregational Church grounds every Saturday from 12 Noon to 1:30PM.
Music classes for 0-3s and parents/carers. Groups and individual guitar classes in schools across the city. Creative music groups for children with an ASN