The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

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Name

The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

NRCCFI began as the Family and Corrections Network (FCN), founded by Jim Mustin in 1983 as the first national organization in the United States focused on families of the incarcerated. In 2006, the Federal Resource Center on Children of Prisoners merged with FCN to create NRCCFI.

Helps to direct persons with some of the following questions: “How can I learn more about children of incarcerated parents?” “How can I find a program serving families of offenders at a particular location?” “How can I get legal information?” “Is there financial aid for ex-convicts?” “How can I locate an inmate in state prison or federal prison?” and “If I have a loved one who is locked up and I feel isolated, who can I talk with that can understand?”

Other name(s)

Family Corrections Network

Address

NRCCFI at Rutgers–Camden
405-7 Cooper Street
Room 103
Camden, New Jersey 08102

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Phone

856-225-2718

Email

nrccfi@camden.rutgers.edu

Website

http://nrccfi.camden.rutgers.edu/