Child Visitation Center
What is Supervised Visitation?
Supervised visitation is when the noncustodial parent can visit with the child only when supervised by another adult. It is used to keep the child safe and support the parent/child relationship at the same time. If supervised visitation is necessary, the court will order it and it will be part of the parenting plan. The parents may also need to make a visitation schedule so that the supervised visits can happen.
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Have You Gotten a Court Order for Supervised Visits?
Often, supervised visitation is a temporary arrangement that can lead to unsupervised visitation if the non-custodial parent meets certain requirements. For example, the non-custodial parent may need to have six months of clean drug tests, seek counseling, or complete an anger management class in order to be awarded unsupervised visits.
Our process for Supervised Visitations is as Follows:
1. Obtain a Court Order.
2. Each party fills out the intake request form and pays for their intake. Intake request form
3. Have intake appointment via Zoom with a supervisor and go over the visitation procedures.
4. Court Services Coordinator will schedule visitation times.
Services will not begin until both parties have completed the intake process.
We Can provide: A positive environment for visits or exchanges, On-site monitored visits with video and audio recordings, Off-site monitored visits at Youth Connections approved locations and help to establish a visitation routine, which ensures stability for parents and children.