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Seedling’s Promise

seedlingfoundation.org

512-323-6371

Seedling’s Promise is a one-on-one school-based mentoring program for children, ages 5-18, who have an incarcerated parent. Emphasis is placed on long-term mentor relationships.

Mentoring Children Of Prisoners

www.bigstwincities.org

651-789-2400

This program specifically matches children with a parent or significant family member who is incarcerated with a caring adult mentor.

Soteria

www.soteriacdc.org

(864) 272-0681

Thousands of families in our community have been impacted by incarceration, poor financial management and a lack of education. As a community development corporation, Soteria CDC is passionate about extending a helping hand to our brothers and sisters.

Mentoring Children of Promise in Central Georgia

www.bbbsheartga.org

478-745-3984

Provide screened and trained mentors for children of incarcerated parents.

Santa Rita Inmate Services

www.alamedacountysheriff.org

925-551-6580

Provides parenting, life skills, and reunification training with enhanced visitation for program participants.

Start with a Story

startwithastory.wordpress.com

510-745-1511

“Start With a Story”, a project of the Alameda County Library, delivers story times, free books, and family literacy activities to children, ages 1-16 years old, who visit their parents at jails in Alameda County. More than 125 children are served through this program each week.

Mentoring Works

atcaa.org

209-533-1397

Mentoring Works provides one-on-one matches in Amador and Tuolumne Counties between caring adults and children needing a friend.

Nexus Family Services

www.nexusfamilies.org

231-943-7312

Provides educational and counseling services to people in prison and their families.These include marriage and family therapy, parenting training, domestic violence services for people in prison, etc.

Foreverfamily

www.foreverfam.org

(404) 658-9606

Foreverfamily works to ensure that, no matter what the circumstances, all children have the opportunity to be surrounded by the love of family. They focus our efforts on some of the most marginalized children in our society—those with an incarcerated parent or parents—and support them as they, their parents, caregivers and extended families work to remain a family.

MATCH/PATCH Program

www.thebexarcountyjail.com

210-335-6330

To modify behavior of incarcerated parents with parenting and life skills training; to strengthen the parent-child relationship during incarceration, to lesson the trauma of separation for the children.

Mentors Opening Doors Enriching Lives (MODEL) Mentoring Program

www.chsfl.org

321-397-3000

MODEL Mentoring is a one to one community-based mentoring program for children that have at least one parent or parental figure in state or federal prison. Youth must be 4-18 years old and live in Seminole, Orange or Osceola County.

Passport to the Future

www.littledixie.org

580-298-2921

Passport to the Future is a Mentoring Program for children ages 4-18 who have an incarcerated parent.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Shoals, Inc

www.bigbrothersbigsisters.org

256-248-1931

Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest & largest national mentoring program.We match children between the ages of 5 and 15 with adult volunteers.Our vision is successful mentoring relationships for all children who need and want them contributing to better schools, brighter futures, and stronger communities for all.

Mentoring Children of Prisoners

www.bbbschgo.org

312-207-5600

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago matches children ages 7 through 14 with mentors in professionally supported one-to-one relationships. During outings, Bigs and Littles do every day activities that provide children with the opportunity to discover a world of possibilities for their life.

Against the Odds (ATO) Mentoring Program

www.southfaircdc.org

214-421-1373

Against the Odds Mentoring Program empowers the children with incarcerated parents to maximize their potential by providing academic, social and moral enrichment through supportive adult to child relationships that emphasize well being and advancement. The program focuses on three key factors: 1. Encouraging the child (ages 4-18); 2. Strengthening the family; and 3. Enhancing the community.

Grace House

slministries.org

312-733-7860

A long-term interim housing program for women coming directly out of incarceration.Parenting, education, employment training, substance -abuse and psychological services for women. Family re-connection education and therapy program for children, residents and other family members.

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