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This profile was last updated on 8/28/09  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Presenter biographies - 5th Conference on Family and Corrections
www.fcnetwork.org, 28 Aug 2009 [cached]
Carl Route is CEO and co-founder of the National Association of Previous Prisoners. He is an advocate and researcher for restoration of rights of ex-convicted fathers and men and consultant trainer for prison ministries. He is also a board member with Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers.
Fifth North American Conference | FCN
fcnetwork.org, 15 Sept 1998 [cached]
Carl Route is CEO and co-founder of the National Association of Previous Prisoners. He is an advocate and researcher for restoration of rights of ex-convicted fathers and men and consultant trainer for prison ministries. He is also a board member with Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers.
NPR : Elections
news.kazu.org, 19 Feb 2004 [cached]
NPR's Tavis Smiley speaks with Ryan King of the Sentencing Project and with Carl Route of the National Association of Previous Prisoners.
H.I.R.E. Resources and Assistance
www.hirenetwork.org, 2 Mar 2006 [cached]
Carl Route, Executive Director National Association of Previous Prisoners, Inc. P.O. Box 450 Atlanta, GA 30301 770-326-1428 770-326-1484 fax
CFFPP: Publications - Technical Assistance Series—Organizational and Resource Development Lessons for Not-for-Profit Organizations
www.cffpp.org, 13 May 2006 [cached]
Families, and Workforce Development), Geraldo Rodriguez (Los Angeles County Community and Senior Services), Carl Route (National Association for Prisoners and Parolees), Arthur Rush (Alliance of Concerned Men), Wayne Salter (Wisconsin Resource Center on Fragile Families), Patti Seger (Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence), Darryl Simmons (Next Door Foundation), Charles Smith (MELD-First Steps/Healthy Families), Earl Smith (Project Impact), Neil Stanley (Public Welfare Foundation), Jerry Tello (National Latino Family and Fatherhood Institute), Roger Truehart (Southeast Ministry), Andre Turner (The Men's Center), Rudy Valencia (Denver Inner City Parish), Bobby Verdugo (National Latino Family and Fatherhood Institute), Oliver Williams (National Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community), Carolyn Wiseheart (Healthy Families San Angelo), and Gardner Wiseheart (Healthy Families San Angelo).
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