Parent-Child Community Visit Program
Key Program Features:
~ A Site for Supervised or Unsupervised Visitation ~
~ Family-Centered Approach ~
~ Supportive Environment ~
~ Parenting Support ~
~ Flexible Scheduling ~
~ Cultural Sensitivity ~
~ Community Resources ~
~ Continued Support ~
~ Affordable Cost** ~
~ To provide a safe and structured environment for parents and children to reconnect and rebuild relationships.
~ Dedicated commitment to actively striving for family reunification
~ To support parents in developing positive parenting skills and techniques.
~ To ensure compliance with court-ordered visitation requirements or recommendations from DCF.
~ To prioritize the well-being and best interests of families involved in the program.
~ To empower families to strengthen their bonds and achieve positive outcomes.
Our Parent-Child Community Visit Program is available to parents, caregivers, non-custodians, or legal guardians who are mandated or recommended to engage in supervised and unsupervised visitation by the court or DCF. The program may also be accessible to non-mandated families seeking supervised and unsupervised visitation services.
How to Participate:
To enroll in our program, interested individuals can complete an application form, which helps us understand their specific needs, involvement with DCF or Family Court, and participation preferences. Confirmation of eligibility, including verification of Family Interconnection Peer Program (FIPP) status, will be conducted.
We understand the sensitivity of family situations and maintain strict confidentiality of all information shared during program participation, in compliance with applicable privacy laws.