On Your Time SVP

“ We help make YOUR TIME with your child affordable, safe, care free and mutually enjoyable through our supervised visitation providers”

The Mission of On Your Time (SVP) Supervised Visitation Providers, is to insure a stress-free, enjoyable, safe and affordable supervised visitation for families in Southern California. When a parent is reunited with a child, it is our main concern to provide a secure place where both the parent and the children are comfortable while being observed by one of our professionally trained visitation monitors. An environment that respects the privacy of both the parent and child. Our neutral third party monitors observe and report the interactions between the parents and the child and ensure that the child feels safe, allowing YOUR TIME with your child to be a success on every occasion. We service all families that have court ordered supervised visitation in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego Counties. For an intake interview with one of our professional monitors, give us a call today. (949)-855-0600

What is Supervised Visitation?

Supervised visitation is the contact between the non-custodial parent with one or more children in the presence of a neutral third party. The monitor does not determine the circumstances surrounding the court ordered custody or visitation of the child, but rather monitors, observes, and records the actions and activities of the child’s visit with the non-custodial parent.

Supervised Visitation is NOT:

– Personal Counseling
– Psychological Evaluation
– Custody Evaluation
– Mediation Alternative
– Treatment of Psychological Disorders
– Baby Sitting
– Replacement of Legal Counsel
– Payback for Child Support
– Punishment

What is a Supervised Visitation Monitor? 

A supervised visitation monitor is a trained, neutral third party visitation professional that provides a safe environment for children and a parent. The requirements necessary to offer quality supervised visitation monitoring involves completion of CRC 5.20 training and additional training in specific areas regarding visitation services. The minimum requirement to serve as a professional monitor must include 24 hours of training, including the following subjects: The role of a professional provider, child abuse reporting laws, record-keeping procedures, screening, monitoring, and termination of visitation, developmental needs of children, legal responsibilities and obligations of a provider, cultural sensitivity, conflict of interest, confidentiality, issues relating to substance abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, and basic knowledge of family and juvenile law. (Source of training: CRC 5.20 (f) Training for providers).

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