Family Visitation Services
The Access and Visitation Program provides trained Visit Supervisors to supervise visits between children and non-custodial parents/guardians. The best interest of the child involved will always be our primary concern.
In Transition to Parenting (TIP) a family meets with a Master’s-level Visit Supervisor to help with the transition issues that interfere with the reunification visit of the non-custodial parent and the child/children. This program is recommended before Supervised Visitation when it is determined that the child/children need extra support before they can safely visit with the non-custodial parent.
In the Supervised Visitation Program (SV) the non-custodial parent meets with the child/children on a regular schedule, under the guidance of at least a Bachelor-level Visit Supervisor who provides a varying degree of support and structure.
Referrals are made through the Hartford/New Britain Court Support Service Division, Family Service Unit to Klingberg Family Centers’. This program is funded by Access and Visitation Grant.
Fee for Service – Supervised Visitation (SV)
Similar to SV above except referrals are accepted directly from the Department of Children and Families (DCF), clients, courts, and lawyers.
Fee for Service – Supportive Visitation
Similar to TIP above except referrals are accepted directly from DCF, clients, courts and lawyers.
People we serve:
Parents or caregivers
How the program works:
Fee for service groups are provided on an ongoing basis.
Comprehensive Parent Education Group
Domestic Violence Educational and Support Group for non-offenders
For more information:
Contact: Nadine Blackwood, Visit Supervisor/ Group Facilitator
Contact Sonia Colón-Mora, LMSW, Director
(860) 515-2367 firstname.lastname@example.org