Our Supervised Visitation Program provides a safe and positive way for children to visit with their parents as their families go through a difficult or transitional time.
The children and visiting parent(s) are given a private, child-friendly room. The child and parent are monitored by a trained volunteer supervisor who is neutral to the family situation and will document the interaction and activities of the visit.
Supervised Visitation may be required by the court for many reasons; including problems with divorce, domestic violence, abuse, neglect or simply an unusual period of time in which the child has not seen the parent and needs to become reacquainted. Parents often request supervised visitation because they do not get along with the other parent or there have been other issues in the past.
Both parties are required to complete an individual intake interview with Supervised Visitation Staff prior to visit or exchange services. The intake process includes a discussion of policies and procedures that will ensure a safe visit for both children and parents and provides an opportunity for parents to discuss any issues related to their case.
Visits are scheduled Monday - Friday 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.