Ensuring Success for Children with Incarcerated Parents

…of incarcerated parents or that provide services aimed at preserving the parent-child connection during ... a parent in prison relative to white children.  ... children of incarcerated parents. It is part a series by the Association of Small Foundations called ... Investing in Strategies to Serve Vulnerable Children and Families, which was funded by the Annie E. Casey

November 1, 2008

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The Cost of Doing Nothing About Federal Child Welfare Financing

…. These trends mean states will lose dollars to support children in foster care and federal support for the child ... Over the past decade, two key federal funding sources for child welfare agencies have been ... years, providing states even less support for the needs of vulnerable children and families than they do ... today. A new infographic from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Jim Casey Youth Opportunities

March 25, 2014

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Children with Incarcerated Parents

A List of Select Resources

…Keep children involved with parents behind bars through mentoring programs, reading programs, after ... Our intent is to bring these children out of the shadows, so they occupy our thoughts when we make

December 6, 2008

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Kinship Care When Parents are Incarcerated

What We Know, What We Can Do

…1.7 million children have a parent who is incarcerated and many of them are being cared ... The challenges for children and caregivers when a parent is incarcerated. ... The child welfare and corrections policies that inhibit attachment between children of incarcerated ... Few corrections departments enact policies that promote and support the maintenance of parent-child

January 1, 2009

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Supporting Kinship Caregivers Through the Family First Prevention Services Act

…caregivers in the system — to help improve outcomes for children and youth in care. Currently, 2.7 ... in February 2018, introduced pathways to ensure that young people involved with the child welfare system ... and better supporting young people and their families. It aims to: help families whose children or teens ... First Act allows child welfare systems to use Title IV-E funds on prevention services for &ldquo

January 6, 2020

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A Call to Action: Safeguarding New York's Children of Incarcerated Parents

A Report of the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents

…Losing a parent to incarceration may increase a child's fear of losing the other parent ... This report draws attention to the needs of children whose parents are in the criminal justice ... system, and describes how support systems can minimize these children's trauma and harm,  ... of New York's children. This effort is part of the New York Initiative for Children

May 1, 2011

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New Casey Report Recommends Policies to Help Millions of Children With Incarcerated Parents

…an incarcerated parent. Research shows that the incarceration of a parent can have as much impact on a child ... . More than 5 million children have experienced the separation of a parent due to incarceration ... percentage figures of children who have had an incarcerated parent. Racial disparities are also a distressing ... help millions of children who struggle with emotional and financial instability as a result of having

April 25, 2016

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Connecting the Dots

How Practitioners Engage Parents, Families and Youth Around Reproductive and Sexual Health

…The primary goal of PFE-related programs is a basic one: improve parent-child communications ... This report focuses on three types of PFE programs: 1) Youth centered; 2) Joint youth and parent ... providers. It describes common Parent and Family Engagement (PFE) activities and challenges. It also ... Types of Parent and Family Engagement programs.

March 27, 2004

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