Correctional Ministries and
Chaplains Association

Children & Family

Do you work with children who have a loved one incarcerated?  This book provides a person of color’s perspective.  The story and discussion questions provide an opportunity for children to process their feelings about incarceration.  This book is ideal for children ages 10 and under.

Visitation can be an important and meaningful experience for incarcerated parents and their children, but it can also be a source of stress and anxiety when parents’ or children’s expectations do not align with what ends up happening. Many aspects of visitation are outside of the control of an incarcerated parent, but there are things you can do to anticipate problems and reduce stress to make visitation a positive and beneficial experience for everyone involved. Below are things to consider when planning for a visit from your child. If you do not know the answer to a question, think about who in your facility you can ask for an answer such as other incarcerated parents, volunteers, or facility staff. Even if you cannot find the answer to a particular question, if you think it could affect the visit make sure your child’s caregiver is aware of the issue.






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