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

New & Notable

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 ...

An annotated bibliography “Parental Incarceration and Child Wellbeing,” by Christopher Wildeman

An annotated bibliography “Parental Incarceration and Child Wellbeing,” by Christopher Wildeman, was released on September 23rd by the Osborne Association and John Jay’s Prisoner Reentry Institute in New York. The annotated bibliography focuses on quantitative research on the consequences of paternal and maternal incarceration for children. It was made available as part of an event “Children ... Read more ...

New study looks at the impact of parental incarceration on children’s health.

Stress proliferation theory suggests that parental incarceration may have deleterious intergenerational health consequences. In this study, data from the 2011–2012 National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) is used to estimate the relationship between parental incarceration and children’s fair or poor overall health, a range of physical and mental health conditions, activity limitations, and chronic school absence. Results suggest that ... Read more ...

Director Participates in Regional Initiative in South America to Highlight Needs of Children and Families of the Incarcerated

Ann Adalist-Estrin, director of the National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University–Camden, recently returned from a weeklong trip in South America as part of a regional initiative to highlight the needs of children and families of the incarcerated in Latin America and the Caribbean. Adalist-Estrin was invited by Church World ... Read more ...

The Obama Administration Looks Closely at Children of Incarcerated Parents

In June 2013, the White House held a Champions of Change event honoring 12 individuals who have devoted their careers to helping children of incarcerated parents and their families, including NRCCFI Director Ann Adalist-Estrin. Announced at the event were several other Federal government initiatives focused on providing support to children with parents in prison or jail and their ... Read more ...

Sesame Street Initiative: “Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration”

Nearly 2.7 million children have an incarcerated parent, yet few resources exist to help the youngest of these children. To meet this need, Sesame Street created its “Little Children, Big Challenges: Incarceration” Initiative, which includes multimedia, bilingual (English/Spanish) materials to help young children (ages 3-8) of incarcerated parents, their families and caregivers, and the range ... Read more ...

New Resource: Video on Caregivers

Part of the Echoes of Incarceration Project, young filmmakers with incarcerated parents set out to understand some of the hidden consequences of our nations approach to imprisonment.  In this first film, the crew journeyed to understand their childhoods being brought up by grandparents, and by extension, the issues caregivers face when raising a child with ... Read more ...

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Purchase and Listen to Trainings Online

New! FCN now offers the option of purchasing and listening to recent trainings-by-telephone online. NRCCFI at FCN offers a series of trainings-by-telephone conference calls. These calls are recorded, edited and sold as recordings that can be played and accessed online. Each recording is approximately 90 minutes long and includes the trainings materials used during the workshop. Those purchasing online recordings of trainings will receive an email from jplum@fcnetwork.org containing a link and password that will enable access to the the recording and training materials.

About Trainings-by-Telephone

Presentations are interactive and include a variety of experts on the topic, including those impacted by incarceration such as older children, caregivers or formerly incarcerated parents. Each training is recorded and 90 minutes long.

Availability

Recordings of the trainings are generally available a week after the workshop was held.

Cost

Online access to trainings-by-telephone are available for $50 each.

Discounted Rate

Agencies attending the training will receive a special rate or $30.

Access to Training

An email with a the passcode and a link containing the audio recording and training materials will be sent to the email you provide within a week of your payment being processed.

Tax Deductible

Expenses for trainings may be tax deductible. Consult your tax adviser for more details. FCN’s Federal Tax ID #: 54-1377916.  

Trainings Available for Purchase Online

From the Series, “Systems Serving Children and Families of the Incarcerated”:  

Families and Corrections: Implications for Policies and Practice

Carol Burton, Facilitator (Training held November 19th, 2009)

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Responding to Children of the Incarcerated in Schools and Child Care

Ann Adalist-Estrin, Facilitator (Training held on February 11, 2010)

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Responding to the Needs of Children and Families of the Incarcerated in Health and Mental Health Settings

Carol Burton, Facilitator (Training held on May 5, 2010)

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