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A Division of the Center for Child and Family Services - 2021 Cunningham Drive, Suite 400, Hampton, VA 23666  (757) 838-1960

 

Safe Harbor Supervised Child Visitation and Exchange Program

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact:

Lauren Winn - Program Coordinator
(757) 838-1960 - Extension 334

Angelica Castro - Visitation Facilitator
(757) 838-1960- Extension 334

 

 

At the Center for Child and Family Services we believe every child deserves a safe and loving family. We provide a number of evidence based services under our Safe Harbor Family Reunification and Preservation Program that can assist families in healing, understanding their child’s behavior and developing positive nurturing skills. 

The following services are available:

  • Parental and child assessments that will clarify barriers to reunification and preservation of the family, resulting in a detailed individualized treatment plan. 
  • Supervised visitation- Supervised visit includes mirrored observation of the visit with indirect coaching. Some families will benefit from more direct coaching that may utilize an in-ear monitoring system. 

Fees 

Safe Harbor for Kids Supervised Visitation Program serves families of all income levels. Low income families may qualify for reduced rates Based on a sliding fee scale. 

To Schedule an Appointment

  • To schedule an appointment, call our office and ask for the Safe Harbor for Kids Program; contact phone numbers are to the left.
  • The first appointment will be an Assessment/Orientation Visit. Custodial and non-custodial parents are interviewed individually. 
  • Once both assessments and orientations are completed, we will be ready to schedule visits. 

At the Center for Child and Family Services we believe every child deserves a safe and loving family. We provide a number of evidence based services under our Safe Harbor Family Reunification and Preservation Program that can assist families in healing, understanding their child’s behavior and developing positive nurturing skills.