The goal of the family visitation program is to minimize stress placed on families when they find themselves in a situation requiring supervised visits. The family visitation staff is able to diffuse conflict, encourage positive parent-child interaction, provide informal parent education and positive role modeling as well as facilitate the growth of family relationships.
All visitations that are referred to take place at the PRC and do not have a case worker present throughout the entire visit are required to enroll in the Nurturing Connections Supervised Visitation Program.
Families interested in enrolling may drop in with court paperwork for an intake appointment during PRC open hours. The following must be in place prior to the scheduling and beginning of visitation:
- Updated court paperwork on file
- Completed intake paperwork including determining the family’s fee based on the Nurturing Connection’s sliding fee scale as well as establishing a Parent Education Plan.
- An intake meeting with both parties (separately) with the Supervised Visitation Coordinator
Please call the PRC and ask to speak with the Supervised Visitation Coordinator for more information, or see the Supervised Visitation flyer here.