A national directory of supervised visitation resources.
Oracle Function Reference
| (ID: 2969)
Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center
|Location: ||Cleveland, OH (map)|
|Phone / FAX: || |
|Service Area: ||Cuyahoga county|
|Agency: ||Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center|
|Agency Phone/FAX: ||216-229-2420 / 216-229-2474|
|Address: ||2806 Payne Ave|
| ||Cleveland, OH 44114 |
|Agency Email: ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Agency Link: ||Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center|
|Standard Fee: ||$80 / hour|
|Sliding Scale? ||Yes|
|Languages: ||English, Latina/Hispanic|
|Onsite/Offsite: ||Onsite only |
|Years Experience: ||18 |
|Holidays: ||No |
|Intake Procedure: ||Please call to schedule intake|
||Separation and /or divorce can be a difficult time for all family. However, children need additional support and reassurance during these times. A child's fear and sense of loss can be lessened by consistent and positive access to both parents. |
Families may need assistance in providing safe, quality time for children to visit the non-residential family member. the Supervised Visitation Center provides this environment.
How Can We Help?
The Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center's Supervised Visitation Center is a place where children and their n-on residential parent(s) can experience " positive" parting time or safe exchange in the presence of a third person who is responsible for observing and ensuring the safety of those present.
How to Become Involved
Many families are referred are into the Supervised visitation Center through court. Attorneys, community service agencies, and parents themselves can request services, if both parties are willing to use the program.
the Supervised Visitation Center provides a safe place for visiting children to have parenting time with non- residential parents. Supervised visitation ensures that children are not traumatized by witnessing conflict between their parents, enabling parents to abide by no -contact orders and providing safety for domestic violence victims.