Building Better Men
Our young people need father figures. Young men in particular are suffering from a lack of present fathers and, as a result, are experiencing loneliness, insecurity, and mental anguish. The Building Better Men program aims to address this.
“The Building Better Men Program came from my dysfunction.” Odis Bellinger, MA, LLPC, Director/ Founder of Building Better Men Program understands the anger and frustration saddling many young men. His program offers them counseling, tutoring, mentors, peer support, virtual support, and even help for fathers.
Even families with present fathers can benefit from the Building Better Men Program, as it offers parents guidance, support, and the opportunity to connect to other families. Their sons are benefiting, too.
When bringing up children, the number one predictor of success is a stable home environment. Too many kids are denied that. “When things are bigger than you, they’re not about you.” Antoinette M. James shares her family’s experience raising grandsons as sons, and the positive role that the Building Better Men Program has had in their lives. This is a resource you’ll want to know about.
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