Evenor Pineda, 15, and Natalia Pineda, 13, (above) discuss their father’s incarceration, his future release, and how the family remained tight over the past 12 years of incarceration.
GARRETT GAUTHIER: Penacook native looks to reconnect with young son while serving time in Concord.
WITHIN PRISON, A SUCCESS: State took a lead decades ago by looking at offenders through the lens of their children
VIDEO: Evenor Pineda's children talk about the relationship with the father.
Woman is hopeful that when she is released from the women’s prison in Goffstown in March, she’ll continue to pick up the pieces and start anew, with the promise of a more fulfilling and happier time ahead. She also prays that her daughters, ages 8 and 17, will be part of that journey with her.
MICHELLE COTE: A mother says an abusive relationship with her drug-addicted ex-boyfriend led to the thefts that landed her in prison. Now, she’s working to reconnect with her daughters through visits and phone calls.
FAMILY IMPACTS OF INCARCERATION: The void of a missing parents can have effects in ways both subtle and overt. That’s especially true for adolescents who have always looked to their parents as role models but who now feel a sense of shame and social stigma.
VIDEO: Heather Leavitt opens up about her relationships with her daughters.
Carmody, 32, has been in recovery since March 2012. He’s been out of prison since this past May, and during that time he has rekindled a relationship with his young sons.
VIDEO: Adam Carmody shares time with his son.
Dec. 22 marked nine months since her release from the women’s prison in Goffstown, where she spent 18 months. It is behind prison walls where she found her voice after decades of silence, and where she realized how to help other incarcerated women do the same.
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