Families First is a nonprofit organization that offers low-cost classes and counseling on parenting, anger management, domestic violence, and alcohol and substance abuse. Families First also has information about resources in the metro Denver area and around the state. They offer free support groups. Support lines are answered seven days a week from 10 am to 10 pm.
Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition
Fighting to reverse the trend of mass incarceration in Colorado and provide resources for those affected
Families in Crisis
Family counseling and case management services, family reunification support, domestic violence intervention, parent education and transportation for families to visit loved ones in prison in Connecticut.
2-1-1 Connecticut - Support Services for Families of Inmates
Several agencies in Connecticut assist, support and provide services to family members of inmates who are currently incarcerated in a Connecticut prison. Services usually include helping family members cope with the various aspects of having their loved one incarcerated, providing supporting guidance, helping family members prepare for the inmate’s release from prison, and providing transportation to and from the prisons.
Families in Crisis, Inc.
FIC is a private non-profit agency that provides family counseling and case management services, family reunification support, domestic violence intervention, parent education and transportation for families to visit loved ones in prison in Connecticut.
Fresh Start Community Reentry Program
Family ReEntry’s efforts are aimed at comprehensively and effectively addressing the enormous social problems related to crime, violence, abuse, and the unprecedented rates of costly incarceration.
Family and Community Service of Delaware County
Social services including STAP (Second Time Around Parents) - a program for grandparents raising grandchildren due to parental substance abuse, psychiatric disorders, incarceration, homicide, HIV/AIDS, and, more recently, military deployment.
Relations of Inmates Supporting Eachother (R.I.S.E.)
A Florida based family advocacy group for friends and families of incarcerated persons.
Families with Loved ones In Prison (FLIP)
FLIP is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining strong family relationships in Florida's prison families. Their purpose is to help reestablish and repair broken family ties brought on by incarceration.
Support for children and families of inmates as they, their parents, caregivers and extended families work to remain a family.
Supporting Families Affected by Incarceration
Services for children, caregivers, and incarcerated parents through mentoring, parenting classes, and parent-child interactive sessions to help families maintain bonds and children to thrive despite being affected by incarceration.
State of Hawaii Department of Health
Social services including behavioral health
Idaho Care Line 2-1-1 Children of Incarcerated Parents (COIP)
211 or 1-800-926-2588
COIP works to create awareness and act to assist agencies that serve children of incarcerated parents; to strengthen and meet the fundamental needs of these children; and to stop the cycle of criminality within families.
Idaho Department of Correction
A general guide to assist family and friends of individuals sentenced to felony probation, parole or incarceration.
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
Provides support to incarcerated men and women, and their children and caregivers.
Women of Power Alumni Association
WOPAA offers recovery coaching, spiritual support, parenting support groups, an annual health fair, clothing drives and an annual conference focused on formerly incarcerated and at-risk women. WOPAA provides advocacy for formerly incarcerated women.
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois
Provides support to incarcerated men and women, and their children and caregivers. Services include transportation for visits to moms (incarcerated in Illinois); family literacy programs for incarcerated mothers and fathers at 19 jails and prisons to record storybooks that are sent to their children; support groups for caregivers; re-entry and family reunification support, information and referral; collaborates with prisons and Habitat for Humanity to enable incarcerated adults and juveniles to construct components for homes for low-income families, and connects previously incarcerated ‘home builders’ with Habitat for Humanity.
Tower of Refuge
Tower of Refuge is a grassroots organization whose primary purpose is to reduce the rate of recidivism in the state of Illinois through various programs and community effort. We provide a continuum of services to address the complete needs of individuals who are incarcerated, once were incarcerated and their families. Their services include training, education, counseling, HIV/AIDS awareness and homelessness prevention through housing assistance. Our services and programs focus on improving the successful continuous rehabilitation of the incarcerated and the formerly incarcerated while rebuilding and reconciling family relationships.