Help bring families together!
The Center For Restorative Justice Works (CRJW) unites children, families, and communities separated by crime & the criminal justice system, creates awareness about the negative impacts of incarceration on children & families, & advocates for programs & policies that restore relationships.
Get On The Bus, the most beloved program, provides a special visiting day for incarcerated parents to spend time with their children.
Cross Over aims to unite women in prison with community members for spiritual reflection in a nondenominational circle.
Camp Suzanne is a week-long event filled with activities, movie nights, and bonding that connects incarcerated mothers with their children.
Transition4Success is a 6 month, paid program offered to formerly incarcerated individuals to prepare them for the workplace.
Be a part of the CRJW Community!
Volunteers and partnerships make it possible for CRJW to serve children throughout the state. Learn more to see how you can make a difference!
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Children who maintain contact with their incarcerated parent are less likely to drop out of school and experience healthier mental development. The continued connection also has a positive impact on the parents, helping to prepare them to reunite with their family upon release.