Visitation: The supervisor observes the interaction between the
child and the non-custodial parent with out any interference.
The supervisor interferes if the child is distressed or if the
parent is displaying inappropriate behavior.
Visitations: The supervisor directs the interaction between the
child and non-custodial parent. The activities and type of
interaction is based on the history between the child and
parent. Specific interactions can also be court appointed.
Exchanges: The supervisor insures that the child is safely
exchanged from one parent to another without conflict or
Classes: Parenting Skills for parents of children between the
ages of birth and 18 years. Parenting Seminars as ordered by
the Court for Divorcing Parents and for those sharing custody
in separate households. Licensed educators with advanced
degrees oversee classes. The program is evidence based and
approved by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Community Service for Juveniles: In accordance with the
principles of restorative justice from the Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), we provide
community service activities that promote "finding
constructive resolution to delinquency". Our goal is to
guide the participants to repair the harm done and strengthen
the relationship with the community. Results are measured by
the amount of repair done and not the amount of punishment
Classes: An Evidence based cognitive behavioral program
facilitated by qualified instructors. Designed to develop
interpersonal, coping and judgment skills. These skills equip
the child to develop and sustain healthy relationships, manage
conflict and constructively solve problems.