About this Book

There are over 2 million American citizens incarcerated in this country. Many of those people have family members or other loved ones on the outside. All of them have been adversely affected by the incarcerated of the loved ones to various degrees. And those loved ones can be a tremendous help and resource for the offender when he/she finally gets out of prison. But in many cases, the loved one on the outside has no clue what to do to help their incarcerated loved one. Programs seem to be scarce. Many people asked for help turn in the other direction. Oftentimes the person searching for help finds himself or herself just as lost as the person inside the walls.

This book addresses that experience. This publication is for anyone who is affected by the incarceration, either past or present, of a loved one and wants to do something to help. The book covers the following topics:

•  Understanding the criminal mind
•  Am I ready to do this?
•  Differentiating between the "right" help and the "wrong" help.
•  How to find resources
•  The return home


For more resources, see the companion books I Need a J-O-B!, and Equipping Your Church to Minister to Ex-Offenders.

Help! My Loved One is in Prison, a guide for helping those in prison who are about to be released.
BISAC Category: SEL031000 SELF-HELP/  Personal Growth/ General


A Manual for Families of Ex-Offenders

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"Studies have consistently found that prisoners who maintain close contact with their family members while incarcerated have better post-release outcomes and lower recidivism rates."
Prison Legal News
April 2014
By Louis N. Jones
About the Author

Author Louis N. JonesLouis N Jones is an author and publisher with over 22 years experience. Jones has worked with several publishing companies, using these opportunities to hone his writing and publishing experience. Jones also has a strong knowledge of information technology and desktop publishing, and served 13 years as an IT consultant and engineer with the United States Postal Service.  Read More