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When a Parent Is Incarcerated: A Primer for Social Workers

2011

The goal of this publication is to provide relevant and practical information for public child welfare agencies and social workers when working with incarcerated parents and their children, including a chapter on immigration. This primer also outlines the many compelling reasons why child welfare agencies should develop programs and policies specifically to address the needs of this subset of children in the child welfare system.

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40+ Top Fatherhood Resources

2011

These resources are a snapshot of web-based materials available as of May, 2011; including field-shaping research and information sites, practical tools, and programmatic guidance for the important work of responsible fatherhood.

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Housing as a Platform for Formerly Incarcerated Persons

2012

This paper describes reentry challenges experienced by people reentering society from prisons and jails, the complex housing challenges the reentry population faces, and potential research projects that aid in the understanding of how housing can be a platform for the successful reentry.

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Publication thumbnail for More Than a Job: Final Results from the Evaluation of the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Transitional Job Program

More Than a Job: Final Results from the Evaluation of the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Transitional Job Program

2012

This report presents the final results of the evaluation of the Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO). Based in New York City, CEO is a comprehensive employment program for former prisoners. CEO provides temporary, paid jobs and other services in an effort to improve participants’ labor market prospects and reduce the odds that they will return to prison.

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Publication thumbnail for A Doctor When We Need One: Access to Healthcare in Wisconsin for Immigrant Children and Families

A Doctor When We Need One: Access to Healthcare in Wisconsin for Immigrant Children and Families

2011

This KidsCount brief discusses the unique challenges facing families new to the United States and its complex health care system.

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Publication thumbnail for Bridges to Manhood: A Multifaceted Probation Strategy that Incorporates Fatherhood Development

Bridges to Manhood: A Multifaceted Probation Strategy that Incorporates Fatherhood Development

2011

This documents looks at strategies for fatherhood development within probation intervention, as an effort to provide young men with opportunities to build competencies through the probation experience to become better men and fathers.

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Publication thumbnail for 40+ Top Fatherhood Resources

40+ Top Fatherhood Resources

2011

These resources are a snapshot of web-based materials available as of May, 2011; including field-shaping research and information sites, practical tools, and programmatic guidance for the important work of responsible fatherhood.

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