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Supervised Visitation

*All ages are welcomed.

  • Supervised visitation services for individuals with court-ordered visitation requirements.

  • All services are provided in a safe, nurturing environment.

  • For children in foster care services are provided through referral by local Department of Social Services.

  • Services are available for children and families involved with family courts in our region, private pay agreements are made between our agency and the individual requiring supervision.

  • We have deaf staff members on our team who can supervise visits for families that require supervision without an interpreter.

Monday to Friday

9:00 am to 7:00 pm
$45.00 (1 Hour)
2 to 3 children: $100.00 

3 to 5 children: $150.00

$40.00 Intake (First meeting to evaluate client)


9:00 am to 5:00 pm
$55.00 (1 Hour)
2 to 3 children: $100.00 
3 to 5 children: $150.00


$55.00 (1 Hour)
2 to 3 children: $100.00 

3 to 5 children: $150.00


$100.00 (1 Hour)
2 to 3 children: $100.00 

3 to 5 children: $150.00

Supervised Custody Exchange

The Monitored Exchange Program provides a neutral and safe location for the exchange of children for visitation when parents cannot or should not have contact with one another. Supervised exchanges protect parents from each other and prevent the child from witnessing conflict. 

Parent - Child Reunification Supervised Visitation

Reunification Intake: $80.00
$100.00 (1 Hour)

​Reunification class is a relatively new class intervention that has been gaining popularity in family court. This intervention is a form of Parent-child relationship building program which occurs between parent and child whose relationship has been severed. The goal of this intervention program is to restore the relationship between the parent and child.

Reunification process is a model that anticipates involving both non-custodial/reunifying parent and the custodial parent. Reunification classes can last from five to twenty or more sessions. The length of time is dependent upon severity of problems and level of support from the custodial parent. Each family’s reunification process may be different as it will be specific to their family’s circumstances. In general, the reunification class process starts with small steps and those steps build as the parent-child relationship is strengthened.

BFF mediation will supervise a visit with parent/guadian and child(ren) documenting no-verbal, verbal and physical interactions, in this setting, mediation supervisor may offer guidelines and tips to parent/guadian to best improve interactions and relationship for child-parent.​ The program has five stages to be completed.

  • Stage l:  Parent-child relationship.

  • Stage ll: Parent-child communication building.

  • Stage lll: Parent-child emotion reconciliation.

  • Stage lV: Parent-child unification with siblings/family.

  • Stage V: Parents/ Co-parenting.

Note: Please note that all prices are subject to change depending on each individual´s circumstances.

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