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When a parent is incarcerated, they and their child are dependent on others to help them stay connected. When that parent is connected to the child welfare system, this support becomes crucially important. Learn how to support effective visits with an incarcerated parent. (0:48)
For children whose parents are incarcerated, communicating with the parent in prison is essential—but challenging to maintain without the support of a caring adult. Find out what you can do to support communication. (0:54)
For an incarcerated parent, letters to and from children can provide both parent and child with an opportunity to share feelings without fear of judgment or shame. Learn how to help children communicate by mail. (1:09)