Fatherhood Re-Entry Programs - The Impact of Incarceration on Families
$4.50 | CE Hours:1.50 | Beginning
CE Course Description
There is much to learn from implementation assessments of family-focused reentry programs, and these programs may help mitigate the impact of incarceration on people experiencing incarceration and their families. This CE course examines the activities, approaches, and challenges of programs designed to help stabilize fathers and their families, help move fathers toward economic self-sufficiency, and reduce recidivism.
Author: Fontaine, J., Cramer, L., Kurs, E., Paddock, E., Eisenstat, J., Levy, J., Hussemann, J. (2017, February). Final Implementation Findings from the Responsible Fatherhood Reentry Projects, OPRE Report #2017-05, Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Annie E. Casey Foundation. 2016. A Shared Sentence: The Devastating Toll of Parental Incarceration on Kids, Families, and Communities. Baltimore, MD: Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Mathematica Policy Research. 2014. Implementing Parent Education in Fatherhood Programs: Putting Lessons from Research into Practice. Gaithersburg, MD: National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse.
Murphey, D. and Cooper, M. 2015. Parents Behind Bars: What Happens to Their Children? Bethesda, MD: Child Trends.
Retrieved from: https://www.acf.hhs.gov/opre
CE Course Objectives
1. Conclude what participants tended to prioritize over anything else.
2. Describe the demographics for children that suffer from the highest rates of parental incarceration and are therefore disproportionately affected relative to other groups.
3. Identify one benefit that informal partnerships allow for.
4. Name four outcomes that children with a father in prison or jail are at higher risk for.
5. Provide three best practices for working with low-income fathers.
CE Outline with Main Points
1. Program and Evaluation Context
2. Evaluation Study Methodology
3. Analysis Approach and Report Scope
4. Activities and Services Implemented by the Programs
5. Implementation Methods and Approaches
a. Organization Type and Orientation
b. Recruitment Strategies
c. Participant Enrollment and Service Delivery Start-Up
d. Service Delivery and Activity Locations
e. Program Management and Case Management
f. Partner Organization Engagement and Use
6. Overall Implementation Challenges, Solutions, and Recommendations
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Added On: 2019-06-17