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Use What You’ve Got Prison Ministry Keeping Families Connected, Inc

www.usewhatyouvegotministry.org

317-924-4124

Use What You’ve Got Prison Ministry is a prison shuttle service that enables families and friends with no means of transportation to visit loved ones in prison facilities throughout Indiana.

Family Reunification Program

creativevisionsia.org

515-244-4003

Support, resources, newsletter, comprehensive services to the families of incarcerated individuals during the incarceration period and to the incarcerated individual six months prior to his or her release.

The Child and Family Policy Center

www.cfpciowa.org

515.280.9027

The Child and Family Policy Center is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization promoting outcome-based policies that improve child well-being. It focuses on a range of policy areas in Iowa, including child care and early education, health and well-being, and family economic success. CFPC also conducts national evaluation work focused on early-childhood system building and policy development promoting comprehensive, asset-based approaches to supporting children and families.

Family Resources and Youth Services of Kentucky

www.fryscky.org

859.333.4209

The Family Resource and Youth Services Coalition of Kentucky (FRYSCKy) is a non-profit organization of professionals (including educators and human services providers) who come together to provide legislative advocacy, training and support for Family Resource and Youth Services Centers Coordinators and their staff in Kentucky. The goal of the Coalition is to promote a network that strives to remove barriers to success in school through learning from each other, sharing resources and collaborating more effectively on behalf of children, youth and families.

Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church

www.la-umc.org

Gail Pickering at (318) 345-1018 or Cheryl Johnson at (225) 664-0956.

Summer camp for kids with incarcerated parent(s)

The Sunshine Lady Foundation, Inc.

sunshinelady.org

The mission of the Sunshine Lady Foundation is to invest in organizations and programs dedicated to providing opportunities for the advancement of education, well being and new life choices for disadvantaged people with special empathy for the working poor and families in crisis. Acknowledging that good luck does not shine equally on everyone, the Sunshine Lady Foundation directors, staff and volunteers, known as Sunbeams, seek out ways to effectively share financial support, goodwill, energy and vision with those who need it most, and to encourage collaborative efforts within the community to help achieve this mission.

Pernet

www.pernetfamilyhealth.org

(508) 755-1228

Pernet Family Health Service is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, DPH-certified home-health agency working with individuals and families to provide family-centered, health and social services that lead to long term strengthening and enhancement of family and community life.

Julie’s Family Learning Program

juliesfamily.org

617-269-6663

Julie’s is a community-based family support and education program that is committed to the development of strong, stable, healthy family functioning.

Region IV Area Agency on Aging

www.areaagencyonaging.org

800-442-2803

Grandparents and relatives raising children with incarcerated parents receive a broad array of support services

Detroit Parent Network

detroitparentnetwork.org

(313) 309-8106

Supports solo parents

Family Participation Program

www.familyparticipationprogram.com

517-515-5787

Every day, loved ones of incarcerated individuals must find their way through the prison system in Michigan and are left with unanswered questions and concerns. The stigma, shame and trauma from the experience is overwhelming. Families often feel alone, unsupported and unsure where to turn. Tools and information necessary to navigate the system are not always easy to find. Learning how to become the best advocate for a prisoner is crucial.

The Storybook Project

storybookproject.org

601-352-7125

Helps to build relationships between incarcerated non-custodial parents and their children through books. They package and mail books, written messages, and CD recordings of parents reading to their children.

Parent Link

parentlink.missouri.edu

1-800-552-8522

Our goal is to support Missouri families in making the best possible choices for their families.

University of Missouri Extension 4-H LIFE Program

extension.missouri.edu

573-882-3316

4-H LIFE is a family strengthening program designed to address the needs of children of incarcerated parents and their family members. 4-H LIFE provides a healthy and nurturing family environment during enhanced visits at state correction centers.

Montana Alliance for Families Touched by Incarceration (MAFTI)

www.montanagrandparents.org

406-728-5437

MAFTI is a collaborative effort to provide support and advocacy to families touched by incarceration across the state of Montana.

Montana Prison Family Netowrk

montanacorruption.org

A networking group where families of inmates that are currently residing or have resided in the Montana prison system can come together.

Alabama Prison Project

prisonproject.org

334-264-7416

Support and resources for families and prisoners

SKIP, Inc. Community Resource Services

skipinc.org

678- 907-1233

Support services to children of incarcerated parents and their families

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