The Negative Effects Of Prisoner Re-Entry

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Prisoner re-entry also can be stressful and challenging for children. They grow, change and often adopt relationships with new parental/authority figures during a parent’s imprisonment. These parental figures often are indisposed to allow a child re-establish a relationship with their parent upon release, especially on the return of a violent offender because increase the possibility that he will be subjected or exposed to domestic violence. In some cases, due to substance abuse and other factors, incarcerated parents had either not lived with their children or not provided a safe environment for them. Such family conflicts can destabilize already fragile families and leave children confused and torn. Many children placed in single parent homes,

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