Statistics – in 2017, Central Visitation Program provided over 3,400 hours of supervised visitation and over 249 safe exchanges. These numbers represent a 54% increase in supervised visitation hours from 2016.
The numbers do not tell the true story – the impact on a child of maintaining the relationship with their non-residential parent is immeasurable. The child may have a mix of emotions in seeing this parent due to the reason for the visitation order. The reasons for the separation are often unique to each case. The important thing is that the child understands that they are not the reason for the separation and to continue access with the parent in a manner that keeps the child safe.
This is what Central Visitation Program provides, 7 days a week, ensuring children have that bond and their non-residential parent is still in their life.