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How to Talk about Jails and Prisons with Children: A Caregiver’s Guide



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How to Talk about Jails and Prisons with Children: A Caregiver’s Guide

Elizabeth Sazie and Diane Ponder, Children's Justice Alliance and Oregon Department of Corrections


This booklet is for caregivers, family members of the child, and youth who are seeking their own information. It is designed to answer children’s questions about jail and prison. When children and families receive accurate information, they can better understand and cope with the stress they may experience when a relative goes to jail or prison.
Contact: Mindy Clark, Director of National Outreach & Marketing for the Children's Justice Alliance, Pathfinders of Oregon, mindy@childrensjusticealliance.org

Website: www.childrensjusticealliance.org





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