Dads' Drop-In

Join Tyler and other dads on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. as they hang out virtually some for much-deserved "Dad time". If you can’t make Saturday mornings, Tyler also connects one-on-one with dads upon request.

If you would like to be involved, please email us or join our Dads' group on Facebook.

Dads Drop-In

What is the Purpose of the Program?

To offer dads a chance to practice new ways of relating to their children, to meet other new dads, and to share information about fathering and parenting in a very low-pressure format.

What are the vision and assumptions informing the Program?

The Dads' Drop-in Program was started in the belief that skilled father involvement improves outcomes for children, and provides valuable support for mothers, whatever the relationship between mother and father currently is.

We believe that fathers can learn the skills needed to nurture their children effectively, and that a father’s interaction with a child often has a different style that is complementary to the style of care a mother gives.

Who Sponsors and Funds the Program?

The Ladysmith Dads' Drop-in Program is funded by the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association, the Town of Ladysmith Grants-In-Aid, Province of BC Gaming and the United Way. The LRCA is very grateful for their support.

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It all began early in 1992 at a meeting of the Ladysmith Inter-Agency Liaison Committee, a group of representatives from the government-mandated agencies formed in the early 1970s to maximize cooperation among the agencies while minimizing the duplication of services.

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