National Children of Incarcerated Parents Annual Conference

Registration Is Now Open For CIP 2019! The National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference is a unique opportunity to gather, share best practices and engage in action planning. Be a part of plenaries, panels, workshops, and other presentation formats addressing: Connecting children & incarcerated parents through family supportive visits and communication Innovation in research disciplines … Continue reading National Children of Incarcerated Parents Annual Conference

Extending the “See Us Support Us Campaign 2018”

Since 2015 the National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated has joined with the New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents and partner organizations across the US in designating October as SEE US, SUPPORT US month. This public awareness campaign is designed to increase support for children with incarcerated family members. … Continue reading Extending the “See Us Support Us Campaign 2018”

National Conference Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals The 2019 National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference committee invites you to submit proposals for the 2nd Annual Conference on April 14-17, 2019(limit of two proposal submissions per person).  The focus ofthisyears conference is: Integration Touchpoints: Elevating Voices for Opportunities and Improved Outcomes Proposals should be submitted to one of three tracks. … Continue reading National Conference Call for Proposals

National Children of Incarcerated Parents Annual Conference

Registration Is Now Open For CIP 2019! The National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference is a unique opportunity to gather, share best practices and engage in action planning. Be a part of plenaries, panels, workshops, and other presentation formats addressing: Connecting children & incarcerated parents through family supportive visits and communication Innovation in research disciplines … Continue reading National Children of Incarcerated Parents Annual Conference

Movie Screening of “The Sentence”

Cindy Shank, mother of three, is serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison for her tangential involvement with a Michigan drug ring years earlier. This intimate portrait of mandatory minimum drug sentencing’s devastating consequences, captured by Cindy’s brother, follows her and her family over the course of ten years. Courtesy of HBO Documentary Films.               See … Continue reading Movie Screening of “The Sentence”

New Books

When Parents Are Incarcerated Edited by Christopher Wildeman, Anna R. Haskins, and Julie Poehlmann-Tynan Pages: 216 Item #: 4318152 ISBN: 978-1-4338-2821-8 Publication Date: November 2017 Part of the APA Bronfenbrenner Series on the Ecology of Human Development     Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners Proceedings of the International Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership Conference Cambridge Scholars: January 2018 http://www.cambridgescholars.com/contemporary-research-and-analysis-on-the-children-of-prisoners … Continue reading New Books