Men's Support Group

A support group for men that provides encouragement, guidance, and feedback to men who struggle with similar issues such as relationships, parenting, reintegration, etc. The group is intended to help build supportive relationships for men where they can be comfortable seeking and obtaining advice and/or feedback in a positive, supportive environment where they are free to share, vent, strategize and bond.

Frontline Dads youth presenting at the PEACEMAKERS Summit 

(267) 414-4764
410 N. 34th Street, Philadelphia PA 19104 US

Frontline Dads, Inc.


Re-Entry Support

The Re-Entry program assists men and women returning home from prison who need help rebuilding their lives after being released. Participants can engage in a job readiness training where they can receive employment referrals, housing assistance referrals, D&A treatment referrals, peer mentor support, and clothing donations. The goal is to teach them to fish so they can eat for a lifetime, not simply give them a fish so they can eat today.

Mentoring & Leadership Development

A comprehensive mentoring program for marginalized youth with potential aged 12-17.   Youth are provided developmental support in group sessions to discuss various topics such as critical thinking, problem solving, peer pressure, goal setting, public speaking, career development, and college readiness. Youth participate in community service projects and develop a vison board to articulate their future goals. Group workshops are supplemented by psycho-educational field trips, guest speakers, group projects, literary discussion, media exploration, and journaling.  

Frontline Dads mentees escorting Teenshop girls to the Cotillion 


The Peacemakers program is a prevention-based strategy that teaches young people conflict resolution techniques that empowers them to become change agents in their communities and schools by promoting peace.  A series of violence-prevention workshops are offered in a structured manner so that young people can learn to de-escalate situations that have the potential for violence, thereby, reducing violence.   

Change The Hustle 

A comprehensive entrepreneurship program where returning citizens learn "Business 101" and how to transfer their "street skills" into the business world in order to open a small business. Participants are taught, step by step, how to start a business in Pennsylvania. They will learn how to write a business plan, file the appropriate paperwork, and obtain a business privilege license.  

Mentoring & Leadership Development

Zack Mondesire, Reuben Jones, Cleve Picket, Rob Hudson

Frontline Dads youth attending the Black Male Development Symposium 


A girls mentoring program that helps young ladies aged 12-17 build self-esteem, social skills,  etiquette, and critical thinking skills. The mentees all learn how to set goals and are provided support for career development, which includes college readiness,  and vision board development. Dreamgirls provides gender specific support for girls who have dreams and aspire to greatness. 

Mentoring & Leadership Development



Parenting Class


Men's Support Group

​Change The Hustle

Parenting Class

A comprehensive parenting class for men disconnected from their children because of divorce, separation, or incarceration. The fathers learn how to navigate the family court system for issues such as child support, custody and/or visitation.