Researchers have revisited Project S.E.E.K. (Services to Enable and Empower Kids), the country’s only comprehensive program and longitudinal study on children of incarcerated parents. Funded by the Ruth Mott Foundation, a team in Michigan led by Carol F. Burton in partnership with the Michigan Public Health Institute conducted a small exploratory study that will include interviews. The Project S.E.E.K. 2014 report will be available in early 2015.