When parents separate or divorce, difficulties sometimes arise between the parents at the time the children are exchanged for a visit and/or there may be concerns about the visits themselves. The Supervised Access Program offers separated or divorced families a way to deal with some of these difficulties.

Children and their parents involved in custody and access disputes can utilize a safe, neutral, and child-focused settings where visits and exchanges can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers.

Children, their parents and/or family members can preserve or reconstruct caring relationships through the use of our service.

Access to services is through a self-referral or through the court process. Voluntary referrals may be appropriate when both parties consent to the service being used.

Each adult participant must complete an intake interview and agree to follow the policies and procedures before the service commences.

Supervised Access Services is a program offered by NEOFACS and funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General.