Check-out the CTCIP Initiative, and CT Association for Human Services', May publication revealing data on the numbers of Connecticut children with an incarcerated caregiver.
Felony convictions often lead to insurmountable and pervasive consequences.
CTCIP is dedicated to providing information that may be helpful to those with a loved one in a Connecticut correctional facility. Hopefully through the sharing of information and personal experiences, this website will offer support to those affected by incarceration. This resource is for parents and caregivers who are facing a prison sentence, as well as for those returning home from a term of incarceration, their children, their children's remaining caregiver, other loved ones, volunteers and staff who work with or on behalf of children with a parent incarcerated, policymakers, advocates, and researchers.
Click here to listen to Connecticut children discuss what it is like for them to have a parent in prison.
Published by the San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership in 2005