This page is not designed to put home pages and such up, but to list individuals, groups or organizations that assist with incarcerated pagans in some manner or acts as a clearing house.
Please do not write me and ask me to list you if you are not involved in some manner with pagan prison ministry because I will not do it. These pages are solely for the incarcerated pagan and those who assist.
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Witches Against Religious Discrimination, Inc.
National page for WARD. Provides a list of state directors and recent news of our happenings. www.ward-hq.org
Alternative Religions Educational Network
National site for AREN, which also has a prison email list and is run by Bill Kilborn. www.aren.org
This is an excellent resource for those who are just entering into the DOC system to get a better understanding of the terminology used within the walls.http://www.prisonwall.org/lingo.htm
This site is the largest gathering of information having to do with the Pagan religions in regards to any subject you may be interested in. www.witchvox.com
PEN: Resources For Incarcerated Pagans
This resource provides list for pen pals, books for facilities and organizations that assist incarcerated pagans.http://www.bloomington.in.us/~pen/resipo.html
This site is Tom Canfield's personal site. He and his company Samuel Weiser Publishing have supported this Prison Ministry Program greatly and we do appreciate all that they have done.
Jeanette Cooper is also the SC state director for WARD and is involved with prison ministry. http://www.w.a.r.d.sc.20m.com
Samuel Weiser supports Prison Ministry. If you have a prison ministry program please contact Tom Canfield if you need book donations. http://www.weiserbooks.com
Department of Justice - Correction Programs Office
Provides information on the office that implements the correctional grant programs created by the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.