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Resources for Children and Youth of Incarcerated Parents
Youth Supporting Fellow Youth with Incarcerated Parents
Tips sheet for youth BY youth with incarcerated parents.
IF Only You Knew
U.S Dream Academy Podcast
Podcasts by youth with incarcerated parents aiming to heal, educate, and create change in their communities.
Coping with Incarceration
Check out the videos and storybooks that Sesame Street made about coping with incarceration of a parent. For all ages!
Stories by and about children of incarcerated parents. Learn about advocacy efforts and more.
Managing Stress and Anxiety
Learn the differences between stress and anxiety and ways of managing stress.
Resources for Children of Incarcerated Parents
Locating an incarcerated parent, resources and youth programs in NYC.
Our Values, Our Voice, Our Vote Tip Sheet
Learn how YOU can reform the criminal legal system.
Words Matter Guide
Use humanizing words that do not stigmatize our families.
Teen Guide to Living with Incarcerated Parents
Book by Anye Young
Anye Young shares personal stories and tips and tricks she learned while coping with the challenges of life away from her father and in a single-parent home.
What is Systemic Racism? Incarceration
One minute breakdown about how systemic racism shows up in the criminal justice system. By Race Forward.
Break it Down Tip Sheet
Learn how interactions with the criminal legal system can impact immigration status. Short guide created by CUP
Book List for All Ages
Books for and about children and youth of all ages who have or had an incarcerated parent.
Ashley C. Ford Confronts The Crimes Of Her Father
Ashley C. Ford talks about having an incarcerated father and her new book, Somebody's Daughter.
POPS Voices, POPS the Club
Youth impacted by incarceration express their profound truths through conversation, writing and artwork.
Guide on Visiting NYS Prisons
Info about visiting and staying connected with an incarcerated loved one.
Self Care Tips and Resources
Explore actions and routines that can help you heal. Created by Partners in Healing.
WE GOT US NOW Podcast
Podcasts by and about children and youth with incarcerated parents. You Are Not Alone.
Manejando Tu Estrés, El Instituto Nacional de la Salud Mental
Aprende las diferencias entre el estrés y la ansiedad, formas de manejar y sobrellevar tu estrés, y sobre los recursos disponibles.
Understanding the Criminal Justice System
Interactive guide for school-aged children by the CT Children with Incarcerated Parents Initiative
How Race Shapes Our Criminal Legal System
Learn how race has shaped the criminal legal system in the past to now. 3 minutes.
Echoes of Incarceration
Short video journalism pieces that tell the experiences of youth who are directly impacted by the criminal justice system.
Mass Incarceration, Visualized
Learn how incarceration disproportionately impacts people of color. 2 minutes.
My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma & Mending Our Hearts and Bodies
Examines the damage caused by racism and how to grow beyond our racialized divide. Look for it at your local library.
Taking Care of You Tip Sheet
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Resource on self-care and taking care of YOU.
Protective and Promotive Factors To Support Youth Well-Being
A guide for youth on protective and promotive factors that increase the likelihood of devoloping into healthy, thriving adults.
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