Supported Contact

About our Supported Contact Services

Voice of the Child’s Supported Contact Service provides a nurturing environment that facilitates the maintenance and development of positive relationships between children and their non-resident parents or family members. This service is particularly beneficial for families where no significant risk has been identified, but assistance is still necessary to manage the interactions.

Fostering Positive Relationships

Our supported contact service creates a space where non-residential parents or family members can spend quality time with their children. Unlike supervised contact, supported contact is less intensive, allowing for a more relaxed environment. Trained staff are present to ensure safety, provide assistance when needed, and address any questions or concerns that may arise.

Homely and Relaxed Environment

In our supported contact sessions, families can interact in a homely and relaxed setting. We offer a range of facilities and activities to engage the child and promote positive communication between the child and the non-residential family member. Our goal is to facilitate a natural and enjoyable visitation experience, reducing stress for both children and parents while fostering their continued bond.

Respecting Privacy, Providing Support

At Voice of the Child, we respect the privacy of the families while remaining available to assist and advise as needed. We maintain a delicate balance to promote trust and rapport, encouraging families to comfortably use our services and benefit from them.

The well-being of the child is central to our service delivery. We continuously assess their comfort and reactions during the sessions, making necessary adjustments to ensure a positive experience.


To learn more about our Supported Contact Service or to make a referral, please download our referral form. We encourage parents, caregivers, and professionals who believe a child would benefit from this service to get in touch. At Voice of the Child, we are committed to providing supportive environments that foster positive family interactions, always with the child’s best interests at heart.