Parental Visitation Facilitation

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6000

    Programs that facilitate parental visits with minor children in situations where the court has established conditions for the visit.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child Abuse & Neglect Services - Court Appointed Special AdvocatesProvides programs to assist children of abuse and neglect including, The Dependency and Neglect Program, The Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time Program, The Children and Families in Transition Program, The Milton Foster Children's Fund, and The Life Long Links Program.El Paso CountyCourt Appointed Special AdvocatesCourt Appointed Special Advocates
    Parent Exchange - Children First of the RockiesOffers a safe, secure, supervised site for children to visit with a non-custodial parent, guardians, or others having the right to parenting time.Boulder CountyChildren First of the RockiesChildren First of the Rockies
    Programs for Parents - Ariel Clinical ServicesAriel Clinical Services value individualized services tailored to a child or adult’s unique needs and specific challenges. Services are goal-oriented and build on our clients’ strengths. Services may include: -Structured Parenting Time (SPT): The Structured Parenting Time program provides supervised visits for children that are currently placed out of home or in the custody of another parent or relative. -Home Based Behavior Consultation: This service is available to parents who are experiencing defiant or disruptive behaviors with their children. The in-home consultations assist parents by identifying behavior strategies for intervening with children who are exhibiting behavior problems. -Birth Parent Counseling Our experienced counselors provide free, confidential and non-judgmental options counseling to help expectant and birth parents because we believe that the best choice is an informed choice. Mesa County2938 North AvenueAriel Clinical Services
    Programs for Parents - Ariel Clinical ServicesAriel Clinical Services value individualized services tailored to a child or adult’s unique needs and specific challenges. Services are goal-oriented and build on our clients’ strengths. Services may include: -Structured Parenting Time (SPT): The Structured Parenting Time program provides supervised visits for children that are currently placed out of home or in the custody of another parent or relative. -Home Based Behavior Consultation: This service is available to parents who are experiencing defiant or disruptive behaviors with their children. The in-home consultations assist parents by identifying behavior strategies for intervening with children who are exhibiting behavior problems. -Birth Parent Counseling Our experienced counselors provide free, confidential and non-judgmental options counseling to help expectant and birth parents because we believe that the best choice is an informed choice. Delta County540 Main StreetAriel Clinical Services
    Supervised Visitation (111 Del Mar Cir) - Central Visitation ProgramProvides a safe environment for court-ordered parenting time between children and parents of low-income families involved in high-conflict divorce, custody and/or restraining order proceedings. Central Visitation Program also provides safe exchanges.Denver County111 Del Mar Cir - Central Visitation ProgramCentral Visitation Program
    Supervised Visitation (1600 Sherman St) - Central Visitation ProgramProvides a safe environment for court-ordered parenting time between children and parents of low-income families involved in high-conflict divorce, custody and/or restraining order proceedings. Central Visitation Program also provides safe exchanges.Denver County1600 Sherman St - Central Visitation ProgramCentral Visitation Program
    Supervised Visitation (420 S 27th Ave) - Central Visitation ProgramProvides a safe environment for court ordered parenting time between children and parents of low income families involved in high conflict divorce, custody and/or restraining order proceedings. Central Visitation Program also provides safe exchanges.Adams County420 S 27th Ave - Central Visitation ProgramCentral Visitation Program
    Supervised Visitation and Monitored Exchanges - YWCA of PuebloProvides court-ordered, supervised visitation and monitored exchanges for victims of domestic violence and their children.Pueblo CountyTeresa's PlaceYWCA of Pueblo
    Supervised Visitation Centers (Fort Collins) - Court Appointed Special Advocate - CASAHarmony House offers supervised visitations and exchanges for custody, abuse, and divorce. Assists in exchange of children between custodial and noncustodial parents. Times are subject to availability.Larimer CountyCourt Appointed Special Advocate - CASACourt Appointed Special Advocate - CASA
    Supervised Visitation - Children First of the RockiesProvides supervised visitation which includes: - A child centered, secure environment for child(ren) - Observation and documentation of parents' interaction with their child(ren) in a factual, neutral way - Help facilitating the time and day for parents' interactions with their child(ren) - Expectations of parents to follow the rules and guidelines expressed in the intake informationBoulder CountyChildren First of the RockiesChildren First of the Rockies
    Supervised Visits and Exchanges (Karlis Family Center) - Family TreeSupports supervised visits, off-site visits, and safe exchanges.Jefferson CountyKarlis Family Center - Family TreeFamily Tree
    Support Services - Advocates of Routt CountyProvides the following services to victims and their family members who experienced domestic violence and sexual assault: - Crisis intervention - Individual and group counseling - Advocacy services - Community education and Latino outreach - Supervised visitation and safe exchange - Workplace violence consulting and trainingRoutt CountyAdvocates of Routt CountyAdvocates of Routt County
    Visitation and Safe Exchanges (Weld) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsProvides supervised and supportive family connections. During a supervised visit or safe exchange, a trained Visitation Supervisor is present at all times and objectively documents all interaction. Copies of documentation are available on a monthly basis for a fee. Visitation includes: - Prepare and share a meal in kitchen - Play ball in gymnasium - Choose a game or book from toy closet - Relax and conversate in one of our visit rooms - Play in a secure outdoor play area Weld CountyNorthern Colorado Services - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains

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