Children of Prisoners

Children of Prisoners

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  • The Invisible Victim 
  • Creating connection + building resilient families 
  • Want an ice cream? 
  • Behind on rent. Don't know how to prep James for his first prison visit. What if its too much? What should I say? How do I explain it... 
  • Wish Dad was here to play with me. I don't  know what I did wrong. I still have nightmares of when the police came...
  • How? 
  • We are going to see him next month. It will just take time to get used to...
  • Do you have any other questions... 
  • I still feel sad...but now I understand he is o.k. 
  • Unlikely to reveal themselves for fear of social stigma and bullying. Children of prisoners largely remain hidden from support offered by local services.
  • We think helping families who are dealing with parental incarceration be more resilient will boost the well-being, welfare and outcomes for the children involved. 
  • Bi-weekly subscription box with games, activities and prompts to help your child express themselves. You will also create things you can post to the parent inside. Some boxes are made to be used to create connection during a prison visit. All designed to strengthen family bonds whether you are together or not at bedtime. 
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