Process of work
Our Team Includes Experts To Do Their Best Job
Currently we are only offering out in the community (off-site) and in the visiting parent's home(in-home) supervision services. Services in compliance with Colorado law (C.R.S. 14-10-128.1 and 14-10-128.3)
You will need to fill out intake form so that we can have more information about your situation.
We will determine a date and time that works best for you and schedule your first session.
What Can We Do For You
We can provide supervised parenting time either out in the community (off-site) or In-home (in the visiting parent's home.) The court order and/or what the parties are in agreement to is how this is determined.
We do a written documentation of each visit and try as much as possible to keep you with one counselor.
We Give Your Business Everything Its Needs
- Keeping your child safe at all times within the most natural environments possible while accomplishing this with a minimum of additional stress and transition for the child.
- One consistent counselor to work with you and your children. All counselors have been subject to a through background check, including a CBI report. All counselors possess a Bachelor’s degree or higher in the mental health field and are well-trained in providing conscientious supervised parenting. Only licensed counselors provide reunification and level II therapeutic services.
- No waiting list. Separate intake interviews with both the residential and non-residential parent.
- Ability to go from initial contact to first supervised parenting-time session within 7 days, depending on client scheduling cooperation.
- Quick scheduling for urgent situations.
- Scheduling flexibility and availability, we can provide supervised parenting sessions of 8-12 hours duration.
- Mobility in limited, approved, special circumstances on a case-by-case basis.
- Documentation of each supervised parenting-time session.
- Working closely with Child Family Investigators, Guardian Ad Litems, Therapists, Evaluators, Caseworkers, Attorneys and all professionals involved in your supervised parenting-time.
- Alleviating feelings of alienation that can result from the child’s concept that their parent is not to be trusted because they can only spend time with them in a restricted environment.
- Observation and assessment of Parent-Child interactions in more “real world” situations.