CLICC's Mission


Connecting Through Literacy: Incarcerated Parents, Their Children, and Caregivers (CLICC) is a Connecticut-based non-profit program. We use mentoring and literacy activities to strengthen communication and deepen bonds between children and their incarcerated parents. Our goal is to reduce recidivism rates for incarcerated mothers and fathers, while also reducing the shame and stigma that their children can experience.

Most needed items for the food drive_ - Peanut Butter - Rice - Canned Goods - Jam - Fruits - Coffee - Sugar - Crackers - Cereal - Juice Packs - Water - Utensils & Cups ...and any non-perishable food items!.png

Day-of Registrations welcome!

PARKING: Free parking in Lot 78 (located at the corner of Ashmun Street and Tower Parkway.) There also is street parking on Wall and Grove streets (pay parking.)

ENTRY TO THE CONFERENCE: Use the main entrance to Yale Law School at 127 Wall Street. Registration/coffee/food will be in Room 128. The conference takes place in Room 127.

FOOD: Coffee and tea in the morning and sandwiches, cookies, chips and homemade lemonade and iced tea for lunch by Koffee Catering.


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