Coming Home from Prison: Family Matters

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Hettel - Comments.pdf 110.0Kb PDF View/Open Kim Hettel, Family Reentry Project Manager, Ohio Governor's Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives
Woldoff - Comments.pdf 23.76Kb PDF View/Open Rachael Woldoff, Assistant Professor, Division of Sociology and Anthropology, West Virginia University
Gavazzi - Resources Referenced.pdf 15.49Kb PDF View/Open
Gavazzi Handout (1).pdf 1.327Mb PDF View/Open Stephen Gavazzi, Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Science, College of Education and Human Development, Ohio State University
Hairston Resources.pdf 12.16Kb PDF View/Open
Hairston Presentation.pdf 29.23Kb PDF View/Open Creasie Finney Hairston, Professor and Dean, Jane Addams College of Social Work, University of Illinois-Chicago

Title: Coming Home from Prison: Family Matters
Creators: Hairston, Creasie Finney
Contributors: Gavazzi, Stephen; Hettel, Kim; Woldoff, Rachael
Keywords: Prison
Issue Date: 2008-06-06
Publisher: Institute for Excellence in Justice
Series/Report no.: Institute for Excellence in Justice. Seminars
Abstract: Based primarily on research conducted with men returning home from prison and their wives and girlfriends, Dr. Creasie Finney Hairston (UIC) provides an overview of how families experience and manage community reentry. The presentation describes the impact of incarceration and community reentry on family relationships. Families as sources of support, conflict and domestic violence, parent-child relationships, and parole practices and expectations are among the topics covered. Comments are provided by Stephen Gavazzi (OSU); Kim Hettel (GOFBCI); and Rachael Woldoff (WVU).
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