|The National reentry resource
center estimates the following
impact prison has on families.
* An estimated 809,800 prisoners of the
1,518,535 held in the nation’s prisons at
midyear 2007 were parents of children
under age 18. Parents held in the
nation’s prisons — 52 percent of state
inmates and 63 percent of federal
inmates — reported having an estimated
1,706,600 minor children, accounting
for 2.3 percent of the U.S. Resident
population under age 18.
* Since 1991, the number of children
with a mother in prison has more than
doubled, up 131 percent. The number of
children with a father in prison has
grown by 77 percent.
* Twenty-two percent of the children of
state inmates and 16 percent of the
children of federal inmates were age 4
or younger. For both state (53 percent)
and federal (50 percent) inmates, about
half their children were age 9 or
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HEALING HEARTS OF FAMILIES USA Our Reentry Services
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children live in homes and communities which are healthy,
whole, stable and safe. We provides services that address the
elements which are in direct conflict with that mission.
Our services target family issues of health including physical health, substance abuse
and mental health affecting healthy home and community relationships for children.
We provide a 32 hour core program for reentry and family reunification which
includes life skills, family domestic violence, parenting and employment skills, the
program was developed by and is facilitated by qualified staff and formally
incarcerated persons provide a unique view for success.
We provide case management and mental health practitioners with our same hearts
for supporting parents and children with their transitional emotional, SA and MH
needs with a family impact from incarceration or domestic violence.
2nd Saturday 12-2 pm Monthly-
FIP Sessions for women who were incarcerated. Your successful reentry begins here a
place where women begin to restore their lives, rebuild themselves, their
relationships with their children, family members and loved ones. Help with
employment and business development, housing stabilization. McAfee Road Call for
1st Tue Monthly 6:30 pm-8:30pm
FIP-ERC Formerly Incarcerated Persons Effective Reentry Collaborative
need a heads up to being successful, held at 120 West Trinity Place, Suite 210, Decatur
Georgia 30030 Across from Dekalb County Court House in the Calloway Bldg.
2nd and 4th Thur Monthly 6:30pm-8:30pm
PIIC-Persons Impacted By Incarceration- A support and mentoring program by FIP
offered in Atlanta at Atlanta Metropolitian College 6:30pm-8:30pm
Women in Transition- A support program for women leaving a penal institution
The (P.A.L.M.) Personal Assessment Life Management program is our core adult parenting
training program it has a pre and post trial phase for family stabilization.
HOUSING- REPREIVE BEDS- offered to individuals with criminal backgrounds who return to
their families and find that the family acclimation is tougher than anticipated. These beds
offered is for seven and up to thirty day stays in safe housing where the FIP can have
access to stable housing in the mist of diverting a family crisis without risk to his/her
freedoms, they will contact the parole officer of the temporary location the officers will
have access to visit at anytime, giving the family a chance to schedule counseling or time
apart to make new living plans until a later date for the family reunification.
Sliding fee associated with these beds.
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|2071 McAfee Road
Decatur, GA 30032
Mail: PO Box 2033
Lithonia, GA 30058
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