FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I know if supervised visitation services will meet mine and my child(ren)'s needs?
If you currently do not have consistent contact with your children in an environment that is safe and healthy, Kids Bridge may be able to provide services for you and your child(ren). If you are able to spend time with your children and/or have a court order to do so, Kids Bridge offers different services to ensure that the time you spend with your children is beneficial to all parties involved. Our supervised visitation services occur onsite.
I am able to see my child(ren) unsupervised but need a site for a monitored exchange.
Kids Bridge also offers neutral monitored exchange services. These services are needed when parents need someone to supervise the transfer the child(ren) from one parent to the other.
Will I be participating in visits with the other parent?
No. The purpose of having visits with your child(ren) is to focus the attention on them and only them. You will also not see the other parent when the child(ren) are being dropped off or picked up from Kids Bridge.
What is a Visit Supervisor?
A Visit Supervisor is an employee or volunteer of Kids Bridge who has been trained in providing supervised visitation services. The Visit Supervisor observes, documents interaction and oversees safe parent/child contact during visits and during transitions from one parent to another.
If you are taking notes, then will you be able to testify in court for me?
No. Kids Bridge does not provide opinions; only objective notes are taken. In the event that you do need a Kids Bridge representative to assist in the court process, you will need to subpoena the Executive Director. The purpose of the observation notes is to document time of arrival, content of the session, and any issues that may arise during the session. These notes can be made available to either party for a fee.
Do I have to pay for Kids Bridge services?
Please contact us directly for pricing structures and program fee information.