What is Supervised Access?
When parents separate or divorce, visits with the children may be a problem. Difficulties sometimes arise between the parents at the time the children are exchanged. At other times, there may be concerns about the visits themselves. Children and their families involved in custody and access disputes can utilize safe, neutral and child-focused settings where visits and exchanges can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers. Children, their parents and/or family members can preserve or reconstruct caring relationships through the use of supervised access and exchange services.
Clients Served in 2014/15:
Leeds/Grenville Counties: 139 King Street West - Unit L-1, Brockville, ON K6V 3R4
(613) 345-6007 x221
Lanark County: 91 Cornelia Street West - Entrance B, Smiths Falls, ON K7A 5L3
Program funding is provided by the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and service fees.