Parental Toolkit -- Detained or Deported: What About My Children?

Parental Toolkit -- Detained or Deported: What About My Children?
This toolkit from the Women’s Refugee Commission was developed for detained and deported immigrant and undocumented parents, as well as their allies
— officials, attorneys, service providers, friends, and family members.  Detailed instructions are provided to assist parents in making well-informed decisions regarding the care and welfare of their children, as well as to protect and maintain their parental rights.  Chapters in this guide include: (1) Protecting Your Rights as a Parent When You Are Detained or Deported; (2) Making Your Own Care Arrangements for Your Children; (3) My Children Are in the Child Welfare System.  Now What?; (4) What Happens in Child Welfare Proceedings?; (5) How Do I Get a Lawyer?; (6) What is a Case Plan and How Do I Comply With It?; (7) Getting Your Children Back After You are Released from Detention; (8) What Happens to My Children If I Am Deported?; (9) Do I Owe Child Support?; and (10) People Who Can Help.  Reports and resources are available in both English and Spanish. (August 2014)
http://womensrefugeecommission.org/resources/document/1022-detained-or-deported-parental-toolkit-english-interactive