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Prison Families Aftercare, Inc.

prisonfamilies.org

info@prisonfamilies.org

9166698515

Counseling and support to families of prisoners. Life Coaching. Connecting families to resources for basic needs and specific counseling needs. We work with single moms, dads and youth who have a loved one in Prison. Se habla Espanol.

Inmate Aid

www.inmateaid.com

1-866-966-7100

Services and programs for families of inmates

Center for Children of Incarcerated Parents (CCIP)

e-ccip.org

Our mission is the prevention of intergenerational crime and incarceration. Our goals are the production of high quality documentation on and the development of model services for children of criminal offenders and their families.

Parenting Inside Out

www.parentinginsideout.org

503-977-6399

The Parenting Inside Out program is an evidence-based parenting skills training program developed for criminal justice involved parents. The prison parenting program is appropriate for both incarcerated mothers and incarcerated fathers who are parenting from prison. The community version is appropriate for parents on parole or probation.

National Human Services Assembly

www.nationalassembly.org

Resources for supporting families with incarcerated parents

The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

nrccfi.camden.rutgers.edu

(856) 225-2718

A website with extensive resources for families of the incarcerated including a directory of local resources

Prisoners’ Wives, Girlfriends, and Partners

pwgp.org

Provides support for women with incarcerated partners

Prisoners and Families: Parenting Issues During Incarceration

aspe.hhs.gov

Information and book references

Boys and Girls Club of America

bgca.org

Assistance to parents and caregivers of children with incarcerated parents

Sesame Street: Incarceration

sesamestreet.org

Free incarceration app, PDFs, and other resources for children and caregivers of children with incarcerated parents.

Beyond Babymamas

beyondbabymamas.com

Blog

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

www.aecf.org

410.547.6600

Child welfare, juvenile justice

CSG Justice Center

csgjusticecenter.org

An interagency group that includes the Departments of Justice, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Education and Agriculture and the Social Security Administration has partnered with stakeholders both inside and outside of government to identify opportunities to support children with incarcerated parents and their caregivers.

Child Welfare League of America

cwla.org

202-688-4200

CWLA leads and engages its network of public and private agencies and partners to advance policies, best practices and collaborative strategies that result in better outcomes for children, youth and families that are vulnerable.

Daily Strength

www.dailystrength.org

Families of incarcerated people support group

Volunteers of America

www.voa.org

(703) 341-5000

Strengthening Families affected by incarceration

Child Welfare Information Gateway

www.childwelfare.gov

1-800-394-3366

Supports children and families of incarcerated people

Children’s Literacy Foundation

vtdigger.org

802-244-0944

Waterbury Center, Vt: The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) is awarding two year-long grants promoting family literacy to the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility in South Burlington, Vt. and the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord, NH. The grant helps incarcerated parents and their children connect through reading.

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