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For Caregivers: Helping Children of Incarcerated Parents.

Publication Year: 
2016
Personal Author: 
Sullivan, Megan
Corporate Author: 
National Resource Center for Healthy Marriage and Families.
Information Packet or Sheet
Page Count: 
4

Most children benefit from maintaining healthy relationships with their parents, and this remains true when a parent is incarcerated. Yet caregivers of children whose parents are in prison or jail face unique emotional, financial, and logistical challenges, and these challenges can impact children and families. This tip sheet aims to support caregivers as they help children whose parents are incarcerated.

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