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Healthcare Provider Resources

Resources for Health and Wellness Providers

Incarceration of a household member is the third most common

Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE).  

A Hidden Epidemic: Parental Incarceration and What To Do When It Affects Your Patients

Axelson and Bach, Pediatrics Nationwide
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Parental Incarceration's Impact on Children's Health

New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents Factsheet. 
Parental Incarceration's Impact on Child

Creating Affirming Spaces

Convey to families that they can speak to you about parental incarceration.
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Words Matter

Use humanizing language when speaking with families about their incarcerated loved ones
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Health Care Use an Health Behaviors Among Young Adults With History of Parental Incarceration 

Nia Heard-Garris et al., Pediatrics 2018
Research finds that children of incarcerated parents use the healthcare system at lower rates.
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Tips to Support Children When a Parent is in Prison

By Dr. Rose Martoma, Healthychildren.org
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On Visiting and Working Inside Correctional Facilities 

A Guide for Social Workers 
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Children of Incarcerated Parents Book List

Place books for and about parental incarceration in waiting areas.
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Beyond the ACE Score

Perspectives on Child Trauma, Adversity Screening and Impact.  
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Poster from Youth.Gov

Post to convey to families that you have supportive resources to share
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