Amachi Pittsburgh raises awareness and delivers services to give children a fighting chance-- when the community is knowledgeable about the challenges that they face, children have the support they need to thrive.
Arizona State University Center for Child Well-Being
The mission of ASU’s Center for Child Well-Being is to advance child and family well-being. Drawing upon the expertise of faculty from across ASU's research enterprise, we work to increase resilience among families and to build safer and more vibrant communities for young people.
National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated
The mission of the NRCCFI is to raise awareness about the needs and concerns of the children of the incarcerated and their families.
Bay Area of Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership (BAYCIPP) is a regional coalition designed to leverage resources, relationships, programming, and talent to enhance awareness and advocacy for children with incarcerated parents.
Connecticut Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative
The CIP Initiative seeks to improve the quality of supports for children with incarcerated parents by using the various data and knowledge it gains to inform public policy and practice.
The Dr. Muhammad Experience
For more than a decade, Dr. Muhammad has been conducting groundbreaking research on the children of incarcerated parents and the consequences of parental incarceration on children.
KidsMates is a national non-profit organization that we co-founded to promote resilience in the face of childhood adversity.
DC Project Connect
The mission of DC Project Connect (501 .c3) is to provide crisis intervention and information resources to families affected by incarceration; we support reentry initiatives that strengthen families. Our bibliotherapeutic children's books are designed to support caregivers and children during discussions about parental incarceration.
The Osborne Association
Osborne works to replace punitive systems with community-generated solutions that promote healing, equity, accountability, and justice.
Forever Family® is a pioneering effort singularly dedicated to creating news stories and promotions to raise awareness and support for children in the child welfare system. Each Forever Family® story and on-air promotion ends with a viewer call to action.
Our Children's Place
Our Children’s Place of Coastal Horizons Center is a statewide program committed to the well-being of these children through advocacy, education, and outreach.
US Dream Academy
The U.S. Dream Academy is helping our nation's children reach for their dreams. Through academic, social, and values enrichment, we empower those children most at risk of incarceration to believe in themselves and to succeed.
We Got Us Now
We Got Us Now is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization amplifying the issues children and young adults with incarcerated parents face due to mass incarceration.
Hour Children supports families during a mother's incarceration and helps families get back on their feet upon release by providing housing, childcare, job training, and mental health services.
NYS Council on Children and Families
Resources for children in New York State, including a page dedicated to children with incarcerated parents. Thank you CCF for sponsoring the SUSU Youth Fellowship.
Echoes of Incarceration
Youth led video journalism program that highlights issues that youth care about, including parental incarceration and criminal justice reform.
Project WHAT! is a youth-led internship for Children of Incarcerated Parents in the Bay Area. Youth build community with peers who share their life experiences while developing leadership skills.
New Hope Oklahoma
New Hope Oklahoma is an organization that wants to prevent youth incarceration by providing them with local resources like after-school programs, summer camps, and community events to meet the physical, social, and emotional needs of youth and families.
ScholarCHIPS is a 501c3 organization whose mission is to provide college scholarships, mentoring, mental health supports and a robust support network to college-bound young adults who have incarcerated parents, inspiring them to complete their college education.
Breaking Chains Making Amends
Breaking Chains Making Amends is a 501c3 organization that provides scholarships for children and grandchildren of incarcerated people and victims of crimes. Additionally, BCMA has a prison ministry team that goes into prisons and conducts Spiritual Encounters.