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Family Services of Western Pennsylvania

fswp.org

Support for families, transportation services for visitation

PA Prison Directory Action

paprisondirectoryaction.wordpress.com

1-(800)-227-2307

Resources for people incarcerated in Pennsylvania and their loved ones

Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE)

www.riseonline.org

401-421-2010

RISE provides scholarships and community-based mentoring to children of incarcerated parents.

Amachi Program

www.bigsistersri.org

401-921-2434

Mentoring Children of Prisoners programming for girls only between the ages of 4 to 18.Pair girls with a female mentor for at least one year; weekly or bi-weekly visits in the community.

United Way of South Carolina

www.sc211.org

Resource guide to health and human services

South Carolina Strong Prison Wives and Families

www.strongprisonwives.com

For members of any South Carolina Inmates family... Lets get together, and hopefully have meetings get to know one another to help keep each other sane

South Dakota Family Connection

www.sdfamilyconnection.org

605-357-0777

The Hospitality Houses provide: temporary shelter, emergency supplies, services and support to families with a loved one in prison in an ongoing effort to facilitate visitation and strengthen the family bond.

Texas Inmate Families Association

tifa.org

(512) 371-0900

TIFA works to break the cycle of crime by strengthening families through support, education, and advocacy. TIFA also provides parole workshops as well as online resources for our members.

Utah Prisoner Advocate Network

utahprisoneradvocate.org

To provide a safe and understanding place for families and friends of incarcerated individuals to connect and share their challenges and receive support and information to help them more effectively cope on their prison journey.

Kids-A-Part

www.lundvt.org

802-859-3227

Kids-A-Part (Kids apart from a parent and a part of our communities) is a program for children and families impacted by incarceration.They offer parenting services in correctional facilities and services to children and caregivers in the community.

Community H.S. of Vermont

www.doc.state.vt.us

802-951-5037

The Mission of the Community High School of Vermont is to provide an accredited, coordinated and personalized education that assists students in their academic, social and vocational successes. CHSVT works with children affected by the criminal justice system and works to reduce recidivism.

Assisting Families of Inmates

afoi.org

(804) 643-2401

The mission of Assisting Families of Inmates (AFOI) is to provide opportunities for regular, meaningful visitation, referrals to community resources, and other services that help families cope with incarceration and prepare for release and reunification. They help prepare families for a successful transition when the inmate is released from prison.

The Messages Project

www.themessagesproject.org

The Messages Project is focused on the children left behind when a parent is incarcerated prisons in Virginia, Nebraska, and Missouri and works several times a year to create videotapes or DVDs from incarcerated parents to their children. The recordings are mailed home to children and families, often with a book that was read as part of the message.

Grandfamilies and Relative Caregivers of Wisconsin

afritsch.wix.com

Support and resources for grandparents or anyone in the parenting role - including for children with an incarcerated parent

Doing Time Together Support Group

www.stjohncathedral.org

(414) 276-9814

An interfaith support group dedicated to working through the issues faced by those whose family members and loved ones are currently incarcerated.

SKIP, Inc. Community Resource Services

skipinc.org

334-269-4141

Works to provide supportive services to children of incarcerated parents and their families, and to increase public awareness of the underlying problems of these children as victims.

SKIP, Inc. Community Resource Services

skipinc.org

334-269-4141

Works to provide supportive services to children of incarcerated parents and their families, and to increase public awareness of the underlying problems of these children as victims.

Families First Colorado

familiesfirstcolorado.org

1-877-695-7996

Parent hotline, referral, and support

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