Supervised Visitation

We offer two distinct services to support reunification and/ or familial contact while maintaining the safety of children and youth. The Supervised Visit-Monitored service provides monitors to observe interactions and maintain safety for the recipients. The Supervised Visit-Therapeutic service offers coaching and modeling of parenting skills such as effective communication, behavior management, activities to promote bonding/attachment, socialization and positive engagement with children/youth.

Supervised Visitation

Therapeutic and Monitored (SVT and SVM). We offer two distinct services to support reunification and/ or familial contact while maintaining the safety of children and youth. The Supervised Visit-Monitored service provides monitors to observe interactions and maintain safety for the recipients. The Supervised Visit-Therapeutic service offers coaching and modeling of parenting skills such as effective communication, behavior management, activities to promote bonding/attachment, socialization and positive engagement with child/youth.

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What are Supervised Visitation Services?

This service is typically utilized for families involved in the child welfare system to support reunification and/or familial contact while maintaining the safety of children and youth. Supervised Visitation Monitored provides for the observation of the interactions and the maintenance of safety for the recipients. Supervised Visitation Therapeutic offers coaching and modeling of parenting skills, such as effective communication, behavior management, activities to promote bonding/attachment, socialization and positive engagement with child/youth and psycho- education about topics related to child development and parenting skill development. The service is provided by individuals with specialized training in child development and/or behavioral health care for child and adolescents. The service is intended to improve the interactions between the caregiver/family member and the child/youth as well as maintain safety for the recipients. Court testimony, documentation of the visit and other service planning activities are often required.

How often do we meet with clients? We typically provide supervised visitation sessions between 1 to 3 times per week which average roughly two hours per session over the period of services. Services are requested and/or authorized by the family and the family’s case manager at the Department of Family Services if the services are covered by Children Services Act funding.

Where do we meet with clients? Typically, services are provided in an office, conference-room setting, or in the community.

Eligibility Criteria – Which people can we serve? Eligibility is determined by the family’s case manager at the Department of Family Services or the Community Services Board if the services are covered by Children Services Act funding.

Exclusions regarding who can be served? Exclusion criteria is determined by the family’s case manager at the Department of Family Services or the Community Services Board if the services are covered by Children Services Act funding.

Accepted Methods of Payment

  • Self-Pay
  • Children’s Services Act (CSA) - Fairfax-Falls Church and Rappahannock

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