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Tuesday, 01 November 2011 15:41

Dorn: Mentoring: caring adults and safe places

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Jeffrey Dorn, Director of Shapes Mentoring Program in Missouri
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Tom had only been mentoring for a few short weeks and was already convinced that he was a failure. He felt this way because his mentee fell asleep in the car the moment he got picked up for this weekly outing. Tom assumed that his mentee, Robert, was bored with him and was really not interested in "hanging out" with him.

valium efectos droga Upon some inquiries from program staff it was determined that Robert's sleeping was, in fact, not a result of boredom, but because he was in a place he felt safe.

giving baby valium Robert, age 5, was a mentee in the d 10 valium effects Shapes Mentoring Program. Shapes provides caring adult mentors to children of inmates living in southwest valium o lexotan Missouri. Robert was one of these children. His father was in a diazepam brands in pakistan Missouri prison, partially due to the fact that he abused his children.

diazepam for cats dosage The father would come home late at night. He would typically be intoxicated and he would enter Robert's room and hit him. Robert had learned that it was not safe to sleep through the night. Even though dad was no longer in the home, Robert's sleep patterns were still affected.

diazepam dosage for flying Why was Robert sleeping in Tom's car? Because he felt safe with Tom. He knew that Tom was there for him, to be a friend, confidant and mentor.

valium gocce prezzo Throughout the United States there are approximately 2.7 million children who have a parent in prison.

diazepam 6mg bula By LAUREN SAUSSER (AP) 

1 mg valium with alcohol valium bad for liver CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND — They were unlikely dance partners in an unlikely dance hall: a 29-year-old murderer and a 10-year-old boy doing an impromptu tango as Luther Vandross' "Dance with My Father" sounded from a boom box in a prison gym.

effects of taking valium and drinking alcohol It was one of the lighter moments at the emotional end of a weeklong summer camp where inmate dads and their children reconnected after years apart. Seven fathers — all in prison-issued jeans and blue, short-sleeved shirts — swayed to the song with their children, some openly crying.

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Wednesday, 13 October 2010 16:50

Study finds children of inmates at higher risk

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valium dizziness valium lose potency OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — pictures of diazepam valium Oklahoma children whose mothers are in prison are five times more likely to end up in prison themselves, according to a report released Tuesday by a child advocacy group.

how much diazepam can you take at once The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy's annual Kids Count Factbook said those children then often have children of their own who end up in the same situation, perpetuating the cycle.

can you mix valium with tramadol "We know any adverse childhood experience, any sort of trauma or loss a child experiences affects them in their development," said Linda Terrell, the group's executive director.

daily diazepam By Alan Scher Zagier, Associated Press Writer

Women Inmates sharing time with their children during visit.

blue valium vs yellow Patty Prewitt, second from left, and Kris Scheller, right, work on a craft project with Prewitt's daughter, Carrie Melton, left, and graddaughter Megan Lewis, 5, Saturday, Aug. 23, 2008, at the valium health risks Women's Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Vandalia, Mo. Prewitt and Scheller are a part of the Missouri 4-H LIFE program, which tries to create a healthy environment for offenders and members of their family.

valium nursing considerations   diazepam manufacturer VANDALIA, MISSOURI — The crayons, construction paper and toddlers scattered on the floor suggest a typical daycare center or kindergarten classroom. The armed guards and surveillance cameras reveal a painful reality.

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Thursday, 12 August 2010 04:54

Research examines the price of prison for children

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by David Tenenbaum

valium high description Wisconsin - It comes as no surprise that many children suffer when a parent is behind bars. But as rates of incarceration grew over the past 30 years, researchers were slow to focus on the collateral damage to children.

The best estimate says that at any one time, 1.7 million (about 2.3 percent) of all American children have a parent in prison, says Julie Poehlmann, a professor in the School of Human Ecology and investigator at the Waisman Center at the University of tramadol diazepam same time Wisconsin-Madison