Children of inmates at Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) had the chance to spend extended time with their mothers during Camp Suzanne, an enhanced visiting program designed to strengthen family bonds and encourage rehabilitation.
The camp is presented by the Center for Restorative Justice Works (CRJW) in partnership with CDCR.
CRJW is committed to serving communities impacted by crime and providing opportunities for families to stay connected and build stronger relationships, inspiring incarcerated parents to stay focused on rehabilitation and returning home.
During the five-day camp, children and their mothers spent quality time together creating artwork, music and participating in games.
During the evenings, children left CCWF to participate in group activities at a campground with CRJW camp counselors.
The program is offered at no additional cost to the families, with children traveling from all over the state to participate.