Supervised visitation allows parents in high conflict or high risk situations access to their children in a safe and supervised environment without having to engage children in parents conflicts or problems. A comprehensive report is generated after each visit.
A supervised custody exchange or monitored exchange, is a method of transferring custodial time from one divorced or separated parent to the other in a way that prevents interaction or conflict between the parents during the transfer.
End of Service report & Six-month summary
An end of service report is a comprehensive summary of the services had to the point of completion of services. It offers a month by month overview of each visit had to date. Such a document can be beneficial to bring to court when review of case becomes necessary and can be provided upon request.
A declaration is a document that is at times necessary on top of a visitation report to submit a statement to the court explaining a certain circumstance that occurred during a supervised visit or exchange. Helping Hands can provide a declaration to the court upon request.