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Supervised visitation is a court-ordered arrangement where a non-custodial parent can spend time with their child under the supervision of a neutral third party. This type of visit is typically ordered when there are concerns about the safety or well-being of the child. The goal of supervised visitation is to provide a safe and secure environment for the child to maintain a relationship with their other parent. 

In doing this, we provide the non-biased supervision focusing on safety of the children and the parent-child relationship. A court order is required to begin services. Once a court order is received, each parent will need to fill out the intake and complete the paperwork. This is not parenting classes nor parenting instruction during the supervised visitation. 

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