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About See Us, Support Us

See Us, Support Us (SUSU) raises awareness about and increases support for children of incarcerated parents. SUSU is a year-round effort with national partners, culminating in a month of action in October. Sign up for SUSU Network emails to receive quarterly updates about how you can SEE and SUPPORT children year-round. 

During October 2023, SUSU focused on a parent’s reentry, which can be joyous and challenging for children.

►Learn how to support children from the point of a parent’s arrest through reentry.

►Find self-care tips and resources to help you cope with parental arrest, incarceration, and reentry.

►Visit Voices from SUSU to listen to podcasts, see art, and find advice from youth with incarcerated parents.

Gain strategies for creating judgment-free, affirming environments.

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Isabel Coronado

Why is the arrest experience so harsh that a child has to believe it was imaginary sometimes in order to get through it and its aftermath. The pain and outrage I feel is why I want to advocate for child-sensitive arrest protocols, data collection, and training. 


I didn’t wanna forget him ever… he was my dad. And what if I never get a chance to visit him again...So just in case, I sat there taking pictures in my mind and storing them in this little section I have where all the thoughts about him were. 

Alyssa Tamboura

For many system-impacted children, education can be the lifeline that helps them succeed in the face of parental incarceration. It can give purpose, belonging and self-esteem. Though it took me a while, education was my lifeline too. 

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