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November 2013Vol. 14, No. 8Children of Incarcerated Parents

A new webpage from, an agency created by the Federal Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs that supports programs and services focusing on youth, highlights the topic of children of incarcerated parents. The webpage, 1 of 21 youth-focused webpages, offers factsheets; a toolkit for agencies and organizations working with children whose parents are incarcerated; tip sheets for parents, teachers, and other stakeholders; links to training and technical assistance; and other tools. The webpage is available here:

There are more than 20 topic-specific webpages sponsored by, including the following:

  • Youth Mental Health
  • Preventing Youth Violence
  • Preventing Gang Involvement
  • Runaway and Homeless Youth
  • Youth Disaster Preparedness
  • Substance Abuse
  • LGBT Youth
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Teen Pregnancy

For more information, visit the website: