CIP Health Facts

Physical Manifestations possibly caused by parental incarceration

  • Exactly 24 participants (57%) Disagree/Strongly Disagree that CIP are more likely to suffer from asthma. (38% Unsure)

  • 21 of those same participants Disagree/Strongly Disagree that CIP are more likely to suffer from obesity. (24% Unsure)

  • 21 of the above 24 also Disagree/Strongly Disagree that CIP are more likely to have language or speech problems. (19% Unsure)

Mental Health Manifestations possibly caused by parental incarceration

  • 93% of Non-CIPs Agree/Strongly Agree that CIPs are more likely to suffer from anxiety.

  • 90% Agree/Strongly Agree that CIPs are more likely to suffer from depression.  

  • 90% Agree/Strongly Agree that CIPs are likely to suffer from guilt, if the parent committed the crime for the benefit of the family.

  • 71% Agree/Strongly Agree that CIPs are more likely to have poor self-image. (15% Unsure)

  • 60% Agree/Strongly Agree that CIPs are more likely to suffer from ADD or ADHD. (19% Unsure)

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This program is made possible in part  through a partnership with the Connecticut Children with Incarcerated Parents (CTCIP) Initiative, a project of the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy (IMRP) at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). For more information, visit www.ctcip.org.

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