Case Support

CASE ASSISTANCE

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The Incarcerated Parents Project provides legal information and referral to:

  • INCARCERATED PARENTS
  • FORMERLY INCARCERATED PARENTS
  • FAMILY & LOVED ONES OF INCARCERATED PARENTS
  • OTHER COMMUNITY MEMBERS & ADVOCATES ASSISTING INCARCERATED PARENTS

 

The Incarcerated Parents Project provides case assistance to:

  • COURT-APPOINTED ATTORNEYS REPRESENTING INCARCERATED PARENTS & FORMERLY INCARCERATED PARENTS IN COURT MATTERS WHERE THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP CAN BE DISRUPTED

 

The Incarcerated Parents Project’s case assistance aims to:

  • INCREASE NUMBER OF PARENTS SERVING SENTENCES IN THE COMMUNITY (NOT IN JAIL OR PRISON)

 

  • HELP MINOR CHILDREN MAINTAIN MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS WITH THEIR INCARCERATED PARENTS

 

  • INCREASE ACCESS TO PARENTING AND REUNIFICATION PROGRAMS FOR INCARCERATED PARENTS

 

To contact the WDA IPP for case assistance, please complete the brief online intake form (link at the top of this page), or please contact D’Adre Cunningham by phone at (206) 623-4321 or by email at dadre@defensenet.org 

 

**Please note that WDA IPP does not provide legal advice or legal representation, and responds to requests on Tuesdays and Thursdays.**