About Our Superviced Contact Service
Voice of the Child’s Supervised Child Contact Service is a dedicated, specialized program designed to ensure the well-being of children during contact sessions with non-resident parents or family members. This service is particularly relevant when there has been a determination of harm or risk of harm during contact.
A Secure and Nurturing Environment
Our service provides a secure, nurturing, and neutral environment where children can interact and build meaningful relationships with non-resident family members. Trained professionals carefully monitor every meeting, prioritizing the child’s safety and emotional well-being at all times.
Documentation and Reprting
Supervised contact sessions are meticulously recorded to document the child’s interactions with the non-resident parent. This documentation serves multiple purposes, allowing for progress monitoring, necessary adjustments to the contact arrangement, and providing records for relevant external parties such as courts or child protection services.
Promoting Positive Interaction and Relationship Building
Our aim is to create a comfortable environment that encourages positive interaction and fosters the rebuilding and strengthening of relationships. We understand that each child and family are unique, tailoring our approach to meet their individual needs and circumstances.
Guidance and Support
In addition to facilitating and supervising the contact sessions, our experienced team offers guidance and support to both the child and the parents. We provide necessary advice and interventions to ensure that the contact process is beneficial and leads to healthier, stronger family relationships.
Make a Referral
To learn more about our Supervised Contact Service or to make a referral, please download our referral form. We encourage parents, carers, or professionals who believe a child would benefit from this service to get in touch. We are here to support you and the children in navigating these challenging situations, always prioritizing the best interests of the child