Central Visitation Program measures success one child, one supervised parenting time at a time. With the children as our clients, we look for them to be comfortable and feel safe while with their parent. Their past relationship with their mother or father may not have always been comfortable and safe. In 2011, CVP completed 1963 supervised parenting times, served 170 families. 97.6 percent of the parenting times provided were safe and comfortable for the child.
For 255 children who were able to start, continue or renew their relationship with their mother or father, the impact was felt immediately. They played with mom or dad, shared a meal, colored a picture, did homework, laughed, and talked about things in their lives. The children did not worry mom or dad did not want to see them. They did not worry it was their fault mom or dad left. They knew their mom or dad wanted to see them; and, most importantly, still loved them.