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Breaking the cycle for incarcerated parents: toward pro-social parenting
This report details evaluations of programs designed to support incarcerated parents and their children. Programs include the Babiin Miyagang Aboriginal men's parenting program (formerly Hey Dad for Indigenous Dads, Uncles and Pops) and the Mothering at a distance (MAAD) program.
Regions in scope
New South Wales
University of Technology Sydney; Corrective Services NSW; NSW Government