The Connections Project is an initiative that focuses on the power of engaged fathers for successful reentry.
Through webinars, training, and resources, The Connections Project aims to educate and equip facilitators with best practices that will reduce recidivism by helping to reconnect inmates with their families. Learn more
Changed Lives Spotlight
Troy Gaines’ Resolve to Break the Cycle of Father Absence
Learn about one father’s commitment to be there for his son in ways that his father was not there for him. And see the role that the InsideOut Dad™ program, along with its facilitator, played in making this commitment possible!
This reentry program has been operating in all 50 states and over 400 correctional facilities. It is designed to connect inmate fathers to their families prior to release.Learn More
South Carolina, Vermont, Michigan, Delaware, and New York City have joined 19 states in standardizing the InsideOut Dad™ program. This was a direct result of the Connections Project, which was funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. View a list of the states
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