The Ohio Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative with OhioMHAS offers funding for community and/or faith-based organizations to participate in the OhioCIP Community of Practice.
Information about the OhioCIP Community of Practice can be found on the Community Implementation Page. Check out our calendar for our next CIP Spotlight Session for more information or join our mailing list! Our next funding opportunity will open Summer, 2024.
The Ohio CIP Initiative offers these additional resources, funding opportunities, and tools to help you make an impact in your community. We are here to help you meet real needs with real solutions.
OhioCIP Community Spotlight Session
Attend our next CIP Community Spotlight Session to learn more about the funding opportunity and hear from a CIP Community of Practice Alum!
Join us for the Ohio Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative 2nd Annual Summit!
Our theme, Sowing Seeds to Harvest Hope, reflects our goal for this gathering and at the heart of the work we do for families and communities.
The Ohio Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative Summit is designed for community members, treatment and prevention staff, restored / justice involved citizens, adult family members, faith and ministry leaders, and service providers.
Join us for both days of community conversation, networking, keynotes and workshop sessions. Special room rates are available at our host hotel, Embassy Suites – Dublin, OH
Early Bird rates end March 1st!
Space is limited. Register today!
*We are applying for CEUs for this event.
The Ohio Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative Summit is expected to attract community members, treatment and prevention staff, restored / justice involved citizens, adult family members, faith and ministry leaders, and service providers. This is a great opportunity for vendors interesting in reaching these audiences.
Click here to apply. Space is limited.
About The Ohio CIP Initiative
The initiative began in 2015, strategically building the re-entry workforce capacity through a series of trainings that certified professionals in an evidence-based prevention intervention (EBPI). The initiative increases personal and family strengthening skills among restored citizens, offenders and affected youth, which supports the successful transition back to family and community.
Visit our website to learn more.
A huge thank you to everyone who attended our inaugural OhioCIP Summit! In case you missed it, here’s a peak at some highlights of the day.
FFY 21-23 Evaluation Summary Report OJJDP Program
Ohio CIP Initiative aims to spread awareness about CLFC’s impact to other organizations and communities across Ohio. Download our info sheets and share with the leaders of your organization to begin helping youth and adults across the state make a successful transition back to their families.