The Osborne Association offers programs for people who have been in conflict with the law and their families in the state of New York. It operates out of offices in Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Newburgh, New York. It was founded by Thomas Mott Osborne, former mayor of Auburn, New York and Warden of Sing Sing Correctional Facility. The Osborne's family-focused programs help individuals to reconnect with family members and their communities, address substance abuse problems, and prepare for employment. The organization advocates nationally for the needs of children with incarcerated parents and of the importance of prison educational programs.