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Home To Home is committed to fostering the highest level of safety for our visiting and custodial parents and their children at all times. 

Many factors lead parents who cannot or choose to not have contact with each other to seek out nonclinical supervised visitation.  Among the most common are a history of:
- Domestic violence or abuse
- Substance use disorder
- Incarceration
- Chronic mental or physical illness that  
  limit a parent’s ability to care for their  
  children
- Legal adoption or guardianship

 

The majority of cases referred to Home To Home have pending family matter proceedings and/or active protection from abuse orders.  Parents can choose to use our program as a tool to keep themselves and their children safer while navigating temporary or final contact orders.

Home To Home aims to provide meaningful support and valuable resources to encourage our families to achieve enriching parent-child interactions while using our services and beyond. 

Home To Home policies and procedures intend to align with the Guiding Principles: Safe Havens Supervised Visitations and Safe Exchange Grant Program. The Complete Guiding Principles document can be viewed by clicking the PDF link below.

FOR OUR CURRENT OR PAST FAMILIES, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

All feedback is confidential.

SUPERVISED VISITATION

Mother and Daughter

Home To Home supervised visitations are suited for families in need of a neutral third party to facilitate safe and peaceful interactions between children and their noncustodial parents. 

Home To Home’s services can be court ordered as a precaution in cases where it is unsafe for parents to have unsupervised contact with each other and/or with their children or can be agreed upon voluntarily among family members. 

 

Home To Home is able to accommodate both short term and long term visitation arrangements depending on all circumstances. 

Visitations are typically between one and two hours in length and are scheduled around all parties availability.

LET US KNOW HOW WE CAN SUPPORT YOUR FAMILY

VISITATION

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CONNECTION

Father & Son

FAMILIES

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