Nearly six million kids in America have experienced losing a parent to prison or jail at some point in their lives. Foreverfamily works to ensure that, no matter what the circumstances, all children have the opportunity to be surrounded by the love of family.

Our organization focuses on providing services to children with incarcerated parents and their families. After 35 years, we are more committed than ever to our mission. We anxiously anticipate strengthening our relationships in the community to serve our children and families in new, innovative ways in 2020 and beyond.


It is with great joy that I not only announce that after 37 years, I am stepping down as the CEO of Foreverfamily but that the new CEO, Camilla Paul, who takes the helm on February 15, 2024, has been involved with the agency for over 15 years as a contractor, volunteer, and donor. My joy comes from reflecting on almost four decades of solid work in the community serving justice-impacted children and families. Through the support of donors, volunteers, and staff, Foreverfamily has been a trailblazer in the field, pioneering child-centered visits inside women’s prisons and men’s and women’s transitional centers in Georgia. While leaving Foreverfamily, I will remain active in the nonprofit world through my consulting business, Sandra Barnhill & Associates.

Join me in welcoming Camilla Paul as our new chief executive! To learn more about her here.

Sandra Barnhill, JD

Founder, Foreverfamily, Inc. (formerly AIM- Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers)


OUR WORK: In the metro Atlanta area, Foreverfamily has several programs designed to nurture our kids socially, emotionally, and educationally in an enriching environment. read more »


GET INVOLVED: Foreverfamily depends on volunteers. They power everything we do, from setting up for enrichment programs to working one-on-one with our youth. read more »


WHAT WE DO: If you or someone you love is incarcerated, we can offer comprehensive support services. Out of school enrichment programs, teen leadership, family visits and more. read more »