In memory of Fay Honey Knopp (1918–1995), prison reform advocate and founder of Safer Society Foundation, the mission of Fay Honey Knopp Institute is to continue our founder's work of prison reform advocacy, with special emphasis on mitigating the impact of mass incarceration on the millions of American children and families effected by parental incarceration.
Learn about this proposed program to support children of incarcerated parents in Vermont. Go to the Chips More Info »
To help the children of incarcerated parents (ChIPs), Safer Society Foundation presents a new series of More Info »
Safer Society Foundation’s Fay Honey Knopp Institute has developed the ChIPs-in-Schools Program to assist school counselors and More Info »
Incarcerated parents face many challenges staying connected with their children, especially if the children are placed More Info »
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