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.
Family Law CASA does not provide supervised visitation services. The following are resources for those looking for supervised visitation information and services. Family Law CASA does not endorse any organization listed. Service providers that offer sliding scale fees and fee waivers are in great demand. Feedback and suggestions for additional resources to be listed are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Supervision Services
The Supervised Visitation Network provides information and resources for families working with professional visitation supervisors, as well as local providers.
Not sure where to have your supervised visit? The library lets you check out meeting rooms at 27 locations for 10 hours per month. Call (206)386-4636 or visit https://www.spl.org/using-the-library/reservations-and-requests/reserve-a-room for more information.
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.