A supervisor will be present at all times during the interaction between the parent and child(ren). The supervisor documents observed interactions and conversations during the visit; however, they do not record opinions or make recommendations. The supervisor is responsible to intervene and re-direct the non-custodial parent if policies are not being followed.
The role of the supervisor is also to help facilitate, as needed, interaction and connections between the parent and child. Additionally, the supervisor can assist with parenting questions, like how to discipline with time-outs and how to change a diaper. Parents are encouraged to take our free Parenting Education class and can put to practice what they are learning during visitation.
We understand that being supervised during visitation may feel uncomfortable at first, but parents and children typically adjust quickly to the situation.
We will need to review your court order to start the process for monitored exchanges or supervised visits.
Please email your court order to [email protected] and include your name and phone number.
A staff member from the Intake Department will contact you to schedule an intake appointment within 48 hours.