The overarching aim of Project Fatherhood is to support fathers in building healthy relationships with their children and their partners by providing services in three core areas: building relationship skills to promote/sustain marriage; developing skills that support responsible parenting practices; and, enhancing the economic stability of all enrolled families.The primary workshops' curriculum will be the 24/7 Dad AM curriculum, which addresses responsible parenting and healthy relationships. To support economic stability, CII will implement a Job-Driven Employment support for fathers with more significant vocational needs, using the evidence-based Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model. Linkage to additional community vocational supports and the dissemination of community resources and job vacancies will also be available for fathers. Financial Literacy workshops using the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Money Smarts for Adults program will also be available. CII's Project Fatherhood will engage 160 fathers, with at least 140 fathers completing at least 90% of the 24 primary workshop hours.An independent local impact evaluation using a quasi-experimental design will be undertaken by Julie Cederbaum, PhD, MSW, MPH, Ferol Mennen, PhD, LCSW, and William Monro, MSW of the University of Southern California (USC).