Fatherhood Conversations return in 2022 – join DCSS to learn about resources and to address your child support questions and concerns
Join us this year as the Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) continues to host its informative series, “Fatherhood Conversation.” Each event allows the community to learn more about DCSS processes, the Fatherhood program, community employment opportunities and community support services. The virtual events also offer a chance to address questions and concerns directly with local DCSS staff members, businesses and community support resources.
Fatherhood Conversation attendees are also introduced to county-specific representatives who assist with various resources, including job search and placement, emotional wellness training, GED enrollment, driver’s license reinstatement and support order review and modification (where applicable). DCSS offers this event to the public in partnership with Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., to address hesitancy, counter misinformation and share success stories.
Due to the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, events will be held virtually via YouTube Live and Zoom. Each event will begin promptly at 6 p.m. ET. Parents are encouraged to submit questions for the panel using the comment feature during the livestream.
2022 Fatherhood Conversation Dates:
- Vidalia – Tuesday, Jan. 18
- Butts – Tuesday, March 15
- Sumter – Tuesday, April 19
- DeKalb – Tuesday, May 24
- Gordon – Tuesday, June 21
Additional Fatherhood Conversation dates for 2022 will be released in the coming weeks.
For more information about upcoming Fatherhood Conversations and the Fatherhood program, visit the Fatherhood program webpage, and be sure to follow the Georgia Department of Human Services on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.