765 MCDANIEL STREET ATLANTA, GA 30310
Advocacy group for incarcerated mothers. AIM can provide helpful information for all women in prison who have children but can only provide social services in the Atlanta area.
CHICAGO LEGAL ADVOCACY FOR INCARCERATED MOTHERS
70 East Lake Street, Suite 1120, Chicago, IL 60601
Chicago Legal Advocacy for Incarcerated Mothers provides legal and educational services to maintain the bonds between imprisoned mothers and their children. CLAIM advocates for policies and programs that benefit families of imprisoned mothers and reduce incarceration of women and girls.
93 OLD YORK ROAD, SUITE 1 #510, JERKINTOWN, PA 19406
Offers information, training, and technical assistance for children of prisoners, parenting programs for prisoners, prison visiting, incarcerated fathers and mothers, hospitality programs, keeping in touch, returning to the community, the impact of the justice system on families, and prison marriage.
FOREVER FAMILY (FORMERLY AIM)
Forever Family works to ensure that, no matter what the circumstances, all children have the opportunity to be surrounded by the love of family. We focus our efforts on some of the most marginalized children in our society—those with an incarcerated parent or parents—and support them as they, their parents, caregivers and extended families work to remain a family.
INCARCERATED MOTHER’S PREVENTIVE & GENERAL PROGRAM
1968 2nd Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, New York 10029
Provides advocacy, foster care prevention, counseling, and vocational training. Also runs “Achievers’ Girls and Boys Shine” program for children ages 9-19 whose parents have been or are incarcerated, Saturday activity groups, and “Grandparents as Parents” support group.
1540 MARKET ST., SUITE 490, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children is a non-profit law office that offers general legal advice around prisoners’ parental rights, distributes “The Incarcerated Parents Manual” free to prisoners in California, and acts as a referral agency.
1501 CHERRY STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA, 19102
(PVS) is a volunteer visitation program to Federal and Military prisoners throughout the United States. Our primary focus is on those prisoners who do not ordinarily receive visits from family and friends, want or need supportive human contact, are in solitary confinement or on death row, or are serving long sentences.
BOX 401335, REDFORD, MI 48240
A support group for the incarcerated and their families. Our current project; is emphasis on mentally ill inmates.
P. O. Box 198, Winfield, IL 60190
Offers a Six-session educational class titled Surviving Abuse: Hope for the Future and support for women who are survivors of abuse.
Parenting curriculum for parents who are in the criminal justice system.
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