SFCIPP now offers an extensive resource page on our blog.

We have rounded up a selection of guides, handbooks, films, reports, curricula and more – resources that will help you navigate the experiences of parental incarceration, whether you are a child of an incarcerated parent, a currently or formerly incarcerated parent, a family member, a caregiver, or a professional whose work calls on you to help.

Get started here.

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02/01/2011

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