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2610 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75215
214-421-1373
Area Served: Dallas, Texas
atomentoring@sbcglobal.net

also - P. O. Box 150353, Dallas, TX 75315

Against the Odds Mentoring Program empowers the children with incarcerated parents to maximize their potential by providing academic, social and moral enrichment through supportive adult to child relationships that emphasize well-being and advancement.

9540 Collins Avenue
PO Box 547127
Surfside, FL 33154-7127
305-864-5553
305-864-5675
receptionist@aleph-institute.org

Aleph assists the Jewish families and children of those currently incarcerated. They connect them with local community support, assist with traveling expenses to visit the inmate and set up support between the families of those incarcerated.

11700 West Lake Park Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53224
414-359-1040
info@alliance1.org

The Alliance for Children and Families, a national membership association, provides services to nonprofit child and family serving and economic empowerment organizations. Motivated by a vision of a healthy society and strong communities, we work to strengthen America’s nonprofit sector and through advocacy assure the sector’s continued independence.

2000 Market Street, Suite 600
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-557-4418
mwalker@ppv.org

Amachi provides training and technical assistance to mentoring children of prisoner programs nationwide.

Parent Organization: Prison Fellowship
44180 Riverside Parkway
Lansdowne, VA 20176
800-552-6435, 800-55-ANGEL
angeltree@pfm.org

Provide Christmas gifts and the gospel message to children on behalf of their incarcerated parent in partnership with local c