This form must be completed by the referral source or client, if self-referred
The following is an overview of the services we provide. Please read through them and then select the service that is being requested for this case.
Interactive Parent Training (most intensive):
Using “on-the-job” training and modeling of warm, nurturing ways of responding to children, supervisors teach parents how to discipline effectively, communicate clearly with their children, learn better food preparation habits, and learn the benefits of eating together and cleaning up together. Supervisors meet each family where they are and help them enjoy living and playing together. Through these interactions, parents learn the skills needed to form secure attachment bonds with their children, bringing healthy communication and self-management skills into the normal family habits. These services are available to families whose children have been removed from the home, providing non-custodial parents every opportunity to be reunited with their children. The visitation supervisor typically documents or notes specific observations and assesses the parent-child interaction.
Supervised Visits (less intensive and less interacive):
For families who desire only supervision without the interactive training, a designated supervisor is present during the entire visit to ensure the safety of the child. The visitation supervisor assures the rules and conditions of the visit are adhered to by the family and child (clarifying as needed if/when specific behaviors or activities should not or much not occur). The visitation supervisor typically documents or notes specific observations and assesses the parent-child interaction.
Unsupervised (Monitored) Visitation:
For families who have been mandated to have unsupervised visitation but need a safe environment, the family visitation occurs without a supervisor being present at all times. However, a monitor is available and checks in with the family from time to time.