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Prison Parenting Programs:

Resources for Parenting Instructors in Prisons and Jails





Editor:

Jerry Bednarowski

Correctional Education Association – Wisconsin
Published By:

Parenting Special Interest Group of the

Correctional Education Association


Updated: February 2014

Prison Parenting Programs: Resources for Parenting Instructors in Prisons and Jails
Prison Parenting Programs: Resources for Parenting Instructors in Prisons and Jails is a publication of the Parenting Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Correctional Education Association (CEA) and the Correctional Education Association-Wisconsin. This directory has been created to help correctional educators enhance existing or create new parenting programs in their correctional facilities.
Prison Parenting Programs is intended to be a living document. It will be continually updated, posted on the www.ceawisconsin.org website, and emailed to those requesting copies. Anyone wishing to suggest additions to this directory may do so by sending them to jerrybednarowski@new.rr.com. Corrections or updates to the listings in the directory are also welcome.
The Parenting SIG was created in 2004 with the goals of helping incarcerated parents to become more caring, concerned, and informed and minimizing the intergenerational cycle of incarceration. The Parenting SIG seeks to improve communication and cooperation among correctional educators engaged in providing parenting programs in a variety of correctional settings and encourage the development of new programming opportunities. Since its onset the Parenting SIG has sought to create a professional network not only for the instructors of parenting classes; but also for the supervisors of children of incarcerated parent programs, coordinators of parent/child reading projects, and organizers of parents’ fairs.



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