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On any given day, there are an estimated 2 million children in America with at least one parent in prison or jail.

NRCCFI at FCN is the oldest and largest organization in the U.S. focused on children and families of the incarcerated and programs that serve them.

  • Disseminating accurate and relevant information
  • Guiding the development of family strengthening policy and practice
  • Training, preparing, and inspiring those working in the field
  • Including the families in defining the issues and designing solutions

New & Notable

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News on the Site and in the Field

Here you will find the latest updates from this site and in the field including the following:

New! Rutgers University, Camden, NJ offers one of the first college credit courses on Children of the Incarcerated in the Country
New! 2 Funds for College Scholarships for Those Impacted by Crime: Children of the Incarcerated and Children of Victims of Crime
New! The Bill of Rights for Children of Incarcerated Parents Technical Assistance Project-Contextual Factors
Call for Stories from Children of Incarcerated Parents
Call for Papers Focusing on Incarcerated Mothers from Demeter Press
Child Welfare and Policy News
Pennsylvania Resources
Resources for Service Providers
International News

College and Children of the Incarcerated

 

Click on any of the above links for more information.  Jump down for even more current news.

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A Letter of Thanks

Dear Children of Prisoners Library,

Thank you so much for just existing. I am an ex-offender now working as a Reentry Case Manager. My twins were 3 years old when I was arrested and they witnessed my arrest. I was gone for 9.5 months. I went from being a very involved mom when they were babies to totally checking out due to my drug addiction. My children reacted to my incarceration by regressing. They stopped talking and my daughter was peeing on the floor of the kitchen.

Today, I’ve been home for almost three years and you would never know that a significant trauma had occurred. We were and are fortunate enough to be able to provide play therapy for my children, marriage counseling for me and my husband and individual counseling for myself. Read More

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Spotlight: Gail T. Smith Receives IMPACT Award

The Chicago Foundation for Women will award Gail T. Smith, CLAIM’s Founder and Senior Policy Director, a 2012 Impact Award on Thursday, March 15.
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Popular Resources from NRCCFI

There are many ways that communities can help children and families of the incarcerated but it often begins with a plan and effective training. Learn how your community can organize and help.

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New Trainings from NRCCFI

NRCCFI offers a series of exciting onsite and remote trainings. Learn about our newest trainings for teachers and school personnel, for mentoring youth in juvenile justice programs, for working with children and families when parents return from prison and for implementing policy reform using the Bill of Rights for Children of the Incarcerated. Read More

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Updates on the Bill of Rights Project

Here you will find updates regarding the latest news and progress reports on the various Bill of Rights policy projects throughout the nation. The Bill of Rights for Children of Incarcerated Parents was published in 2003 by the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership, a coalition of groups in the San Francisco area and supported by the Zellerbach Foundation in San Francisco (www.sfcipp.org).

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