Kent County Month in Review February 21
Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Friday, March 26, 2021
Kent County Month in Review February 2021
On February 1, 2021 Coalition attended virtual meeting with Kent County leadership team to discuss future partnerships and collaborations.
On February 3, 2021 Coalition Rep. attended a on line webinar with “COVID -19 and the Legacy of Racism: Vaccine Hesitancy and treatment Bias.”.
On Thursday February 4, 2021 Coalition on a virtual zoom meeting with statewide PC’/T’s and DSCYF administrator to discuss annual reporting and proper documentations.
On February 8, 2021 Coalition hosted and competed a 24/7 Understanding Dads training for DAPI Kent County. Lesson 3 of eight sessions was facilitated virtually as Nurse and staff from DAPI were also present.
On February 10, 2021 Coalition attended a meeting with Life by Design Coaching Firm in Dover Delaware to discuss a future virtual partnership for County residents.
On February 16, 2021 Coalition attended a on line webinar from University of Delaware 4H program “Covid -19 the Recovery and return to programming”.
On February 18, Coalition attend the monthly CLC Statewide meeting on zoom with over 20 people in attendance. The guest speaker for the meeting was Gabrielle from Child Inc. The purpose of this monthly meeting is to bring awareness to state resident of the DFFC initiatives and provide training that will continue to support fathers in the area of Fatherhood.
On February 21 I Coalition hosted a in person “Recruitment and Retention Bowling initiative” with approximately 50 people in attendance. This initiative aims to gain new DFFC Kent County Coalition members while retaining the present membership and keeping momentum and informative family involved activities for citizens. This was a CDC guidelines monitored initiative in which registration was required to participate. This initiative was sold out within one week of open registration.
On February 22, 2021 Project Coordinator Trainer completed another DAPI on line training for Kent County. I continued to facilitate the Understanding Dads curriculum.
Lastly on February 23, 2021 Coalition hosted a virtual educational seminar for Kent resident titled “Healthy Relationships” in attendance were over 20 participants. The goal was to educate Coalition members of the difference< between heathy and non- healthy relationships. The speaker was Ray Taylor from Building Future Champions.
Month End Data Imitative and attendance numbers: February 2021
CLC Monthly meeting…………24 participants
Recruitment and Retention Bowling Initiative…70 registered
50 in attendance Healthy Relationship Seminar………..22 participants