COPMI produces resources for health workers and fathers that promote involvement in family health by fathers. Usually this is based around contexts of family environments managing mental illness but the resources available are useful for engaging fathers in most contexts.
This a set of poster and factsheet resources with supporting video content that promotes the role of an involved father in managing child and personal health within families with a mental illness.
Resources provided for fathers cover physical and emotional wellbeing, managing mental illness, managing parenting and finding support. The resources useful for practitioners because they offer a series of viewpoints on fathering and related issues.
There is a large selection of videos available from health workers, dads themselves and even kids about raising children and dealing with parenting.
- Video Resources For Fathers and Health Practitioners
A large selection of videos from the COPMI YouTube Channel providing advice about fathering, parenting and managing mental health.
- Factsheet Resources On The Fathering Campaign
A series of five factsheets on: Parenting: Being a Dad - Understanding & Managing Mental Illness - Looking After Your Emotional Wellbeing - Looking After Your Physical Wellbeing - Partners in Parenting - Finding Support.
- Factsheet Parenting: Being A Dad -288 KB
Useful advice for dads with kids and managing mental health.
Children Of Parents With A Mental Illness (COPMI)
77 King William Road North Adelaide, South Australia 5006
AustraliaTelephone: +61 8 8367 0888