Staying Connected

The best predictor of whether a convicted felon will re-offend is the number and quality of healthy relationships they have in the community they return to. If you’ve already decided you’re going to stay in touch the Prison Recovery Network can offer encouragement, advice, and tools to help you (and your prisoner) plan for a better future.

A Message for the Families and Friends of Prisoners
If you are using our site  and our tools then you have probably already decided to stay in connected to your imprisoned family member. This may not always be the easiest decision, but only you can make that decision. In some cases, especially cases of domestic violence and sexual abuse, we would urge you to seek the advice of a professional counselor. The advice contained in this document is written by spouses of former prisoners, former prisoners, and the children of prisoners, all of whom have had success in maintaining, repairing, and improving their relationships, but who are not professional counselors. The advice we give is intended to help you maintain, repair, and rebuild your relationships so that you can plan for a better future.



Prison Recovery Network

Resources for Staying in Touch

How We Can Help

  • National Resource Map
  • Case Management Services
    • Family Advice
    • Relationship Recovery Advice
    • Family Re-Integration Planning
    • Long term case coordination

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