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Model Practices for Parents in Prisons and Jails: Building Partnerships and Innovative Practices

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The National Institute of Corrections in collaboration with the Bureau of Justice Assistance presented “Building Partnerships & Innovative Practices” as part of an ongoing webinar series from the Family Connections Project. The presenters of the webinar discuss their unique partnerships centered on keeping children connected to their incarcerated parents. The webinar stems from the Model Practices for Parents in Prisons and Jails document.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about promising practices pertaining to keeping children connected with their incarcerated parents.
  • Gain an understanding of approaches to partnerships correctional administrators and community leaders have taken to successfully implement these practices.
  • Learn of the different types of partnerships that can be formed and the importance of these partnerships.

Orginally broadcast: August 23rd, 2021 8am PST / 9am MST /10am CST /11am EST


Hilary Cuthrell, (PhD) Correctional Program Specialist, National Institute of Corrections

Trina Sexton, Warden York Correctional Institution, Connecticut Department of Correction

Nancy Correa, (DrPH), Practice Administrator: Public Health Pediatrics, Texas Children’s Hospital

Pajarita Charles (PhD), Assistant Professor, Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Model Practices for Parents in Prisons and Jails: Building Partnerships and Innovative Practices [Webinar]



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Part 3
58 minutes
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National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)