Project H.O.P.E.

Programs & Services

Connecting Families Experiencing Incarceration

Project H.O.P.E. is a program available through a partnership with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office that is designed to strengthen the relationship between the incarcerated parent and their child to promote a functional relationship upon the inmate’s release. These programs have been shown to reduce recidivism. Family Tree clinicians make weekly visits to the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center and work with inmates who are also allowed a contact visit with their children. Participation in the program is voluntary and is offered to both mothers and fathers. Click on the links below for additional information, including the Caregiver Guide and Kids Time Calendar. Click HERE for additional agency classes, their descriptions and the spring calendar.

For more information about Project H.O.P.E. please contact Whitney Storey by email.