Heading Home: Offender Reintegration into the family

Aug. 20, 2007
Today is the day offenders dream about. It is the day they are released from prison. How will they deal with the changes that have occurred during their stay behind bars? "Heading Home: Offender Reintegration Into the Family" is the latest in a series of collaborative efforts from the American Correctional Association (ACA) and the International Community Corrections Association (ICCA). Edited by Vivian Gadsden, this resource includes contributions from many of the leading experts in offender reintegration. Essays include: Parent Education for Incarcerated Parents:Understanding What Works; Families, Prisoners and Community Reentry; Children of Prisoners; What Works in the Treatment of Family Violence in Correctional Population and more. To order copies of "Heading Home," contact ACA's customer service department at 1-800-222-5644 ext. 1860 and ask for item #856-FI or visit www.aca.org.

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