This interim report details the first two years of the Urban Institute's evaluation of the family-inclusive case management component of the Safer Return Demonstrationa reentry program based in Chicago's Garfield Park neighborhood.
Children of inmates
Impact of Family-Inclusive Case Management on Reentry Outcomes: Interim Report on the Safer Return Demonstration Evaluation (2011)
On any given day, approximately 2.6 million children (or about 1 in every 33) have a parent in jail or prison.
The Directory of Programs Serving Children and Families of the Incarcerated is an update of the Directory of Programs Serving Families of Adult Offenders, dated October 2001.
Much has been written about the impact of incarceration on the children of prisoners.
Parenting programs for incarcerated parents have become increasingly popular within corrections departments over the past several decades.
Experts from the National Institute of Corrections visited Houston as part of an initiative to make the Harris County jail more child-friendly.
This collection of handbooks is an excellent resource for anyone who cares for or works with children who have incarcerated parents.
The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to develop low-cost high-impact family strengthening policies that can be implemented in local jails and state prisons.
The Community Services Division coordinates consulting services (technical assistance), specialized training, and other programs related to probation, parole, and other forms of community-based corrections.
Seven Out of Ten? Not Even Close: A Review of Research on the Likelihood of Children with Incarcerated Parents Becoming Justice-Involved
This study concluded that Children of Incarcerated Parents (CIP) are about three times more likely than non-CIP to become justice-involved.