Canadian coalition for children with incarcerated parents (CCCIP) – The CCICPA aims to ensure that the voices of children with incarcerated parents are heard at all levels of decision-making in the criminal justice system.
CFAD – Continuité-famille auprès des détenues is a community organization that assists women in conflict with the law and their families.
Kids with Incarcerated Parents – They are committed to providing tailored support and programs to children, youth and families who have experienced family involvement in the justice system, from arrest to reintegration.
Mothers Offering Mutual Support (MOMS) – Mothers, sisters, aunts, daughters, grandmothers and wives meet monthly in Ottawa to share practical information and advice about the justice and corrections process
Canadian Families and Corrections Network (CFCN) – Browse their website to see how they help with information brochures, research, programs and policies.
Relais Famille – Based in Montréal, they provides a variety of services to families who have a loved one in custody, in detention or being released from prison.
John Howard Society – They offer a guide to visiting in Ontario as well as a map of carceral facilities.