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Goal of Program
 

The goal of the Access and Visitation Program is to identify the underlying issues creating any barriers and to support and facilitate the non-custodial parents' access to their children. The coordinators accomplish this by making referrals, offering assistance with mediation services (private or through the court via the Child Custody and Visitation Mediation Program), counseling, parent education and visitation enforcement services, or what is commonly referred to as supervised visitation. When working with non-custodial parents, the access and visitation coordinator will assess the parent's needs and link him/her to services in the community, such as housing, health care, financial assistance, mediation, parenting classes, support groups and job counseling.

 
 
 
   
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