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Alabama Department of Corrections Reentry and Pre-release Program

(334) 353-3883

Resources for inmates and their families pertaining to reentry and release from Alabama Prisons

Alaska Center for Resource Families

(907) 479-7307

Support and resources for families and prisoners

Alaska Family Services

Support and resources for families and prisoners

University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center

(907) 786-1800

Article on resources

Family Resource Center


Parent and parenting support including those with an incarcerated parent

Child Crisis Center


Parenting resources and support

Middle Ground Prison Reform


referals, and seminars for families and caregivers of an inmate

Arkanasas Voices for the Children Left Behind, Inc.


Direct services/ advocacy/ training/ Family resource

The Centers For Youth and Families


Support groups and parent education for grandparents and other relatives, and assistance accessing social services.

Arkansas Voices for the Children Left Behind

(501) 366-3647

Arkansas Voices (AV) offers direct services, advocacy and training to and on behalf of families and children who are separated from their parents due to parental incarceration, addiction, mental illness, foster care, deportation, and physical disabilities.

Families and Criminal Justice

Programs and support for families with an incarcerated parent

Friends Outside

Programs and services for people impacted by incarceration, including children and families. Programs include assistance with reentry and family reunification; parenting education, fatherhood programs, alternatives to violence and anger management for incarcerated people.


Project AVARY offers long-term support and enrichment for children and youth with a parent in prison or jail.Our program services include a summer camp, monthly outings, leadership training, and family support.

TRUE (Together Building Resiliency, Understanding and Empowerment) Friends


Targets children between the ages of 6-17 who have at least one parent or primary caretaker currently incarcerated within the criminal justice system. Mentors and youth enjoy a one-on-one relationship, complimented by group activities and limited family/caregiver services.

SKIP (Support for Kids of Incarcerated Parents)


SKIP provides in-school support groups for children of incarcerated parents.In these support groups, children learn that they are not alone in this situation, talk about different feelings and emotions associated with having a parent in jail or prison, and form or strengthen a relationship with that incarcerated parent through weekly letter-writing.

MentorKids USA


MentorKids USA is a faith-based organization dedicated to providing at-risk youth (including children of incarcerated parents) with caring adult mentors.

Someone To Watch Over Me


CSC provides holistic services to assist people coming out of prison and their families in the re-entry process. Someone To Watch Over Me also provides services to the children with recently released parents.

Arts in Prison, Inc.


Arts in Prison, Inc. works to facilitate personal growth through the arts for the incarcerated and their families.

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