Relationships with family don’t end when prison begins, but they do become harder. When offenders go to prison, they often become open to improving their lives and that of their families – but they don’t know how. Families in Crisis counseling programs teach offenders how to connect with loved ones in a meaningful way and provide the skills to help them change their attitudes and behavior. Transportation and visitation programs bring parents and children together with offenders to strengthen those connections. Our offender re-entry education sessions and financial literacy programs prepare offenders for success after release. Case management services provided by Families in Crisis pull it all together. And, despite the challenging circumstances, relationships are healed. Learn more about how Families in Crisis helps offenders in the Services, Client Stories, and Resources section of our web site.