Event date: 2/2/2024 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Export event
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Children of Incarcerated Parents and Their Families: How Can We Help

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

1.5 CEH
9 - 10:30am ET
Presented by Dr. Joanne Linden & Tiffani Arsenault
Description: The Anne E. Casey Foundation’s 2016 report on the national effects of parental incarceration concluded that “millions of children are suffering the consequences of their parent’s sentences and our nation’s tough on crime practices. The aim of the workshop will be to familiarize social workers with an overview of traumatic impact of parental incarceration, focus on the impact on NH children and families, and present a range of practices to support these vulnerable families. Specifically, we will share the model developed in the Family Ties Inside Out DOJ federal grant (FTIO) grant recently received by NH-DOC in collaboration with Waypoint is forming a statewide collaborative implementing evidence-based and promising practices to support these vulnerable children, caregivers and parents
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