skip to content
Back to top

10th Annual "Fatherhood Is Leadership" National Conference

August 12, 2013

View in your browser.

Native American Fatherhood &

Families Association Presents:

10th Annual

"Fatherhood Is


National Conference

November 1-3, 2013

Phoenix Marriott Mesa Hotel

Mesa, AZ

"Fathers must take the lead in keeping families together!"

Native American Fatherhood & Families Association invites you to a 3-day Conference in Mesa, AZ. 


This Conference will provide a wealth of information focusing on fatherhood, motherhood, healthy relationships, and positive parenting. 


Early Registration:$300.00 Deadline October 18, 2013  


Registration Includes:Conference Admission, Tuesday Banquet & Wednesday Lunch.


Image 5


Tracks such as Fatherhood, Health & Human Services, Criminal Justice and Education will provide unique workshops designed to increase knowledge and educational experience for professional and personal growth. 

CEU'S will be available for $25.00 each. Approved by Rio Salado College (Early Childhood Education Department).

Exhibitor or Vendor Space

Contact Susan:

Phoenix Marriott Mesa

Hotel Rates:

$105 + tax per night
Special rate deadline:
October 10, 2013 (Noon)
Phone: (800)266-9432
"NAFFA Conference Rates"

Click to view Agenda

Register for Conference:




Image 1

* Engaging Fathers in Home Visits

* Involving Native Men in the Healing of Trauma

* Dad's Balancing Act "Managing Fatherhood, Work & Child Support


Image 2

* Culturally Appropriate In-Home Intervention Services

* Couples Together for Safe and Sober Families

* QPR - Suicide Prevention Tool

* Understanding Children's Temperament



Image 3

* Gangs: Getting a Gang Member back on Path

* Domestic Violence and VAWA in Indian Country

* Working with & Assisting Children of Incarcerated Parents


Image 4

* The Missing Link: Relationship Education
* Financial Literacy: Do's & Don'ts
* Internet Safety and Bullying Prevention
* Special Needs Children and IEP's

Call (480)833-5007 for more information
or email:



This site contains links to other web sites that may be of interest to you. The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) / Children's Bureau (CB) does not endorse the views expressed or the facts presented on these sites. Their contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not represent the official views or policies of the Children's Bureau. Access to this information does not in any way constitute an endorsement by the Department of Health and Human Services. Furthermore, ACF/CB does not endorse any commercial products.