These four pocket-sized cards are wonderful tools to remind law enforcement staff about the impacts on a child whose parents are being arrested or incarcerated.
Families of inmates
This fact sheet is designed to serve as an overview of two family tools that help people visualize the connections within families and the connections families have to their community: genograms and ecomaps.
This article explains how incarcerated parents can make a recording of themselves reading a children’s book to give to their kids.
This document explains why a juvenile justice system can only become a truly trauma informed system after embracing family engagement.
This report discusses the trauma children experiences when law enforcement carries out its investigative and arrest responsibilities.
This booklet is a tool for Incarcerated Veterans and their families who may want access to support services that promote a better and new manner of living.
This website provides a great collection of brochures explaining incarceration to the children of inmates.
Children with Incarcerated Parents – Considering Children’s Outcomes in the Context of Complex Family Experiences
This issue examines the needs of children with incarcerated parents, requiring attention to their unique life circumstances.
Parents Behind Bars: Children of Incarcerated Family Members: Answers to Children’s Difficult Questions
An educator and caregiver’s toolkit to Idaho’s criminal justice system.
This report attempts to discover how the children involved in the VOA initiative LUH feel while their mother has been incarcerated.