Families of inmates
Children of Prisoners: Children of Promise [Videoconference Held June 18, 2003]
This videoconference identifies the problems and greatest needs of incarcerated parents and caretakers with regard to their children.
Community Supervision: Using a Strength-Based, Family-Focused Approach [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held March 16, 2005]
This program will help professionals identify the strengths and resources inherent in the family as a fundamental support system for individuals up
Improving the Response to Offenders with Mental Illness Through Mental Health and Criminal Justice Collaboration
Proceedings from hearings regarding mentally ill offenders are provided.
Implementing the Family Support Approach for Community Supervision
Implementation of the Family Support Approach for Community Supervision is explained.
Study of Incarcerated Women and Their Children
The experiences of female inmates, their children, and the present caregivers of those children are examined.
The Effects of Prison Visitation on Offender Recidivism
The influence visitation has on the recidivism of visited prisoners is examined.
The Impact of Family Visitation on Incarcerated Youth's Behavior and School Performance: Findings from the Families as Partners Project
Anyone involved with programming for incarcerated youth should read this report.
Guidance to States: Recommendations for Developing Family Drug Court Guidelines
This publication “provides guidance for implementing an FDC [Family Drug Court], including the development of FDC partnerships and a common vocabul
Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration
Sesame Workshop's initiative, Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration, provides much-needed bilingual (English/Spanish) multimedia tools for
Parents in State Prisons
“Today, the parents of 1 in every 50 children in the United States are in prison.
Family Engagement in Juvenile Justice (2018)
Family engagement in juvenile justice involves establishing a collaborative relationship in which families are partners in both their children’s tr