RESOURCES

The resources and organizations listed below can provide you with additional information to support children of incarcerated parents.

 

Tip Sheet for School Staff – This tip sheet provides 5 key tips for school staff to help them create a safe and supportive environment for students with incarcerated parents 

 

Bill of Rights for Children of Incarcerated Parents – The San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership developed this Bill of Rights which provides a framework for supporting children of incarcerated parents

 

Sesame Street has developed several resources, which include videos, activities, and resource guides for children, parents, and providers of young children of incarcerated parents. See Little Children Big Challenges: Incarceration for more information

 

The Children of Incarcerated Parents section on the Youth.gov website has links to several helpful resources, articles, and toolkits

 

ORGANIZATIONS:

National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents

National Institute of Corrections: Children of Incarcerated Parents

The Osborne Association