Supervised visitation can be very emotional, stressful and expensive. Remember that these emotional issues are impacted by legal factors. If at all possible, talk with a lawyer to learn more about what to expect during this process.
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Professional Supervision Services
The Supervised Visitation Network provides information and resources for families working with professional visitation supervisors.
At Indaba Supervised Visitation
Phone: (206) 860-3133
Cost: Varies; contact service provider for details
Info: Individualized plans for parenting access are offered at multiple locations. Visit supervisors are trained professionals currently working in the social services and child advocacy fields.
Children First Visitation Services
Cost: Reduced rates available for DSHS clients and those who are income eligible. Call for details. Standard rates are $45-$65 per hour plus $35 initial fee.
Info: All supervised visitation is conducted by a professional social worker or an individual with advanced training. Visits are conducted at an agreed public place.
Community Family Services-Supervised Visitation
Phone: (844) 847-3906
Cost: $40-$60 per hour, plus $25 initial fee. Written reports are an additional cost of $35-$50.
Info: Serving South King County and Pierce County. Visitations are supervised by qualified, trained staff in a public setting.
Families First of Washington
Phone: 206-772-5995 – office
Cost: Call for information
Info: We serve the greater Puget Sound area, and our supervisors often travel to areas where families request service. We also provide on-site services at our facility in Renton, Washington (on-site services are by appointment only).
Helping Hands Visitation Services
Cost: $45-65 per hour plus $50 initial fee (no additional cost for reports).
Info: Serves greater Seattle area including Pierce county, King County, and Kitsap County. Supervised visits are conducted in public places supervised by a professional individual with advanced training.
Friends or Relatives as Visit Supervisors
In some cases, the court will approve a specific friend or relative to supervise visits. It is important that the visit supervisor remain present at all times during the visit and that all court instructions are followed.