2 in 4 marriages end in divorce. Children are involved often. You are not alone.
What is the purpose of Supervised Visitation and exchanges? Both Supervised Visitation and Supervised Exchange Services are designed to assure that the child is able to have safe contact with a noncustodial parent without having to be engaged in parents conflicts or problems. Although it is the child's need that is of paramount importance when making the decision regarding supervision, parents reap benefits as well.
Although not the ideal scenario, it is our hope that no one will look upon supervised visitation or exchange services as a negative or stigmatized service. It is a tool that can help families as they go through difficult and/or transitional times.
How can we be of help?
Realizing the vital role that visitation plays in building a bond between parent and child, Our Mission is to strive to encourage positive family interaction and decrease the stress associated with court-ordered supervised visitation by providing children and families the consistency of a safe and supportive visitation environment.
We have experience working these concerns when providing supervised visitation:
• Parental Conflict
• Substance abuse
• Mental health issues
• Concerns about abduction
• Physical/Sexual abuse allegation
• Extended time away from a child
Bilingual: English, Russian, Ukrainian
Want to receive free tips?
Helping Hands Visitation Services understands that this is a trying and confusing process and would love to provide you with a free brochure containing tips for both custodial and noncustodial parents. To receive this free brochure, please fill out the box below.