Contact Information

NRCCFI at Rutgers–Camden 405-7 Cooper Street
Room 103
Camden, New Jersey 08102
Phone: (856) 225-2718
nrccfi@camden.rutgers.edu

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Welcome to Our New Site!

Welcome to the new National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University–Camden. The center, which began as the Federal Resource Center on Children of Prisoners in the 1990s, joined forces with the Family and Corrections Network in 2003 creating the oldest and largest organization to focus on justice involved families in the US. ... Read more ...

This week, The National Institute of Corrections Published a New Guide on video visiting authored by The Osborne Association.

The document “Video Visiting in Corrections: Benefits, Limitations, and Implementation Considerations.” The purpose of the NIC guide is to inform the development of video visiting programs within correctional settings. The authors examine this important national trend from a variety of perspectives including the needs of children and families of the incarcerated.

S.E.E.K. 2014 findings discussed at meetings in Michigan. Executive Summary released.

Meetings were convened in Flint and Lansing, Michigan on November 21,2014 by the Michigan Public Health Institute to discuss emerging issues among children of incarcerated parents and to communicate results from the Michigan longitudinal study, Project S.E.E.K (Services to Enable and Empower Children of Incarcerated Parents) Carol Burton, coordinator of the original Project S.E.E.K. which ... Read more ...

Life Beyond Bars: Children with an Incarcerated Parent. Fact Sheet # 7 from the University of Wisconsin

“Life Beyond Bars: Children with an Incarcerated Parent,’ prepared by intern Neil Damron and released in November 2014, examines the latest research findings concerning the effects of a parent’s incarceration on children.” Read Full Release

Tools for Assessing Attachment for Children of the Incarcerated Central Connecticut State University and NRCCFI Survey

How do you measure children’s attachment to an incarcerated parent? How do you use the information? We are conducting a brief survey that will help us to understand current practices and procedures used to implement attachment assessments in a variety of settings. It is an exploratory effort to gather data which can potentially inform best ... Read more ...

The Echoes of Incarceration Project partnered with Sesame Street to create a powerful new film about visiting incarcerated parents.

The Echoes of Incarceration Project collaborates with Sesame Street:Echoes of Incarceration – which trains youth with incarcerated parents in filmmaking and advocacy skills, partnered with Sesame Street to create a powerful new film about visiting. It was released this week on the social media site Upworthy.  View the video HERE: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=905053386202187&pnref=storyIt has had  over 800,000 views ... Read more ...

Tools for Assessing Attachment for Children of the Incarcerated

Central Connecticut State University and NRCCFI are conducting a brief survey that will look at current practices and procedures used to implement attachment assessments for children of incarcerated parents.

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Incarcerated Fathers Library

Resources for Fathers Behind Bars and Those Working with Them

These PDFs are in the process of being updated and do not yet reflect our updated contact information, which is as follows:

NRCCFI at Rutgers–Camden
405-7 Cooper Street
Room 103
Camden, New Jersey 08102
Phone: 856-225-2718

Pamphlets

#1 – A Fathers Story by Michael Carlin PDF
#2 – Almost 1.5 Million Children – U.S. Department of Justice Report PDF
#3 – Child Support Enforcement PDF
#4 – Long Distance Dads by Randell D. Turner PDF
#5 – National Resources  
#6 – Preparing a Child for a Prison Visit: Assisting Families of Inmates, Inc. PDF
#7 – Prisoner Child Support – Broke But Not Deadbeat by Dana Reichert PDF
#8 – Statewide Fatherhood Programs PDF
#9 – Telling the children by Lloyd Withers PDF
#10 – Tips from a Father in Prison by Michael Carlin PDF

Additional Materials on Incarcerated Fathers

How to order printed copies of The Incarcerated Fathers Library

A printed set of the full Library (ten pamphlets) can be ordered for $15.00, plus shipping.


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