Parental Visitation Monitoring

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    Programs that provide supervised visitation for people ordered by the court to visit their minor children only in the presence of a neutral, responsible person. Also included are programs that link parents with people who are trained to act as monitors.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ACRP Family Preservation Services Parental Visitation MonitoringSupervised visitation services.CambriaAlternative Community Resource Program Family Preservation ServicesAlternative Community Resource Program, Inc.
    Clearfield County League on Social Services - Family Services Children Safe VisitationSafe Haven is a safe visitation program for families of domestic violence, child abuse, etc. Safe visitation and exchange is the goal of the program.ClearfieldClearfield County League on Social ServicesClearfield County League on Social Services
    Community Alternatives - Crawford County OfficeServices Provided: Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services In-Home Mentoring Intensive In-Home Mentoring Nurturing Parenting Anger Management Supervised Visitation Homemaker School Based Behavioral Specialist ServicesCrawfordCommunity Alternatives - Crawford County OfficeCommunity Alternatives
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Main Office - PPC Violence Free NetworkServices Provided Include: - Emergency Temporary Shelter - 24-Hour Hotline 1-800-243-4944 - Crisis intervention, short-term Counseling - First Response Team and Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) - PFA Assistance - Accompaniment - Community Education Programs - School Prevention Education Programs - Legal and Medical Advocacy Also accept donations and volunteers.VenangoFamily Service & Children's Aid Society - Main OfficeFamily Service & Children's Aid Society
    New Life Youth and Family Services - In-Home Family ServicesThe Forefront Program This community-based program provides solution-focused interventions to promote family unity and cohesion. Strength-based service interventions include: Monitoring youths’ behaviors to encourage responsible choices that enable them to remain in the community. Facilitating family-centered interagency collaboration. Assisting families in accessing appropriate levels of support services within the community. Services are designed to prevent out-of-home placement of youth or to assist in the reunification process when youth are returning home from placement. The Forefront Program supports the youth within the context of the family unit. Through a structured system of monitoring and counseling, services are created to promote the optimal acquisition of skills to improve family relationships, foster academic achievement and to gain positive community involvement through structured after-school activities or employment. SERVICES OFFERED: Two week assessment of strengths and concerns. Individualized Goal Plan. Services for a minimum of 4-6 months. Counseling occurs at home and school. Facilitation of meetings with school personnel. Daily monitoring of school attendance, academics and behavior. Coordination of structured community activities/employment acquisition. Monitoring of positive home/community adjustment. Connections to community support systems. Facilitation of interagency meetings. Weekend respite options for youth needing higher levels of accountability. COUNSELING INTERVENTIONS: Risk assessment and prevention. Strengthening family relationships. Parenting skills. Improving school performance. Developing positive social skills. Problem solving skills. Conflict management. Life Skills. Assessment by master degreed Clinical Counselor as warranted. Visitation Program WHAT is the Visitation Program? It is a service for children placed in out-of-home care. The Goal: The goal is to provide purposeful and frequent visits for children who are placed in out of home care. Through these visits Chester County Department of Children & Youth (D.C.Y.F.) will be better able to assess the family and child's needs leading to either reunification or other permanency plans. The Service Provides: A case manager to arrange visits for children and their families. Convenient locations for visits. Help in making the visit a positive experience for the child and their family. Someone to talk to concerning the visit. WHERE will the visits take place? At locations close to the birth parents (visiting sites are established in West Chester, Coatesville, Oxford and Phoenixville) at a park, recreation center or area that would be good for the child. At the parents' home or the home of their relative. At school. At any location that you, the birth parents and the worker decides appropriate. (The court may place guidelines on where visits can take place). WHEN will the visits take place? The first visit will take place as soon as possible, hopefully within 2 or 3 days of placement. Ongoing visits will take place weekly if at all possible. HOW can this work? With all our best efforts. Positive input, the hard work of the birth parents, you and the Visitation’s Staff at New Life will make visits successful.MontgomeryNew Life Youth and Family Services - Montgomery; SchwenksvilleNew Life Youth and Family Services
    New Life Youth and Family Services - VisitationVisits between child and parent are monitored to assist in the reunification process. Case managers ensure child's safety during visits and make suggestions to parents to encourage parenting skills and foster meaningful visits.ChesterNew Life Youth and Family Services - Chester; West ChesterNew Life Youth and Family Services
    PinnacleHealth - Children's Resource CenterPerforms evaluations for child sexual and physical abuse. Consultation services as needed; Provide educational programs to agencies and community groups. Colocated agencies include: YWCA Rape Crisis; Dauphin County Children & Youth Services caseworker; City and County Detectives; Dauphin County Assistant District Attorneys. Training programs (fee schedule) on topics of Forensic Inteviewing; Team Collaboration; Minimal Facts Interviewing and Medical Management of Child Abuse Cases.DauphinPinnacleHealth - Children's Resource CenterPinnacleHealth
    The CARE Center of Indiana County - Supervised VisitationSupervised visitations are provided to families who are currently working with Children and Youth Services of Indiana County or families that have been court ordered. Provides opportunity for safe child access in vulnerable custody situationsIndianaThe CARE Center of Indiana CountyThe CARE Center of Indiana County
    YCHSD, York County Office of Children, Youth and Families, Family Services •800-729-9227•If you have information and/or concerns regarding the safety or well-being of a child; please, contact our agency by calling 1-800-729-9227 or 717-846-8496. Services Offered by York County Children, Youth and Family: •Intake Services Division •Family Preservation Services Division •Reunification and Permanency Services Division •Family Group Decision Making Other services are accessed through assigned case workers. If you have any questions or concerns please call our offices.YorkYork County Human Services Department (YCHSD)York County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    YWCA Greater Harrisburg - Family Visitation ServicesMonitored exchange, semi-supervised and supervised visitation programs for non-custodial parents and their children. Semi-supervised and supervised visitations generally last 1-2 hours and occur 1-3 times a week. The frequency and duration of visits for any particular family may be determined by a judge, by stipulation between the parents' attorneys, parental agreement, or any other referral agency.DauphinYWCA Greater HarrisburgYWCA Greater Harrisburg

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