Project S.E.E.K.

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What We Do

Project S.E.E.K  – Services to Enable and Empower Kids– is a model prevention program serving children with a parent in prison or jail . It is designed to  provide support and resources to children of incarcerated parents and their families. Project S.E.E.K  addresses the needs of this population with home visits, advocacy and referrals, support groups and the facilitation of communication with the incarcerated parent when appropriate. Our aim is to fully support the child as they navigate life with an incarcerated parent.    

What We Offer

Project S.E.E.K will provide:

  • School Advocacy
  • After School Programming
  • Summer Programs
  • Weekly support groups for children and caregivers (transportation and refreshments included)
  • Monthly and quarterly activities
  • Support to children and families (case management)
  • Communication among all family members (including incarcerated parent, if applicable)
  • Referrals to outside agencies (Basic Needs)
  • Transportation (Health, Dental, optical, routine appointments, prison etc.)