TBH’s Supervised Visitations allow noncustodial parents access to their children in a safe, clinically-supervised environment.
The supervisors are trained clinicians who are neutral and objective.
Although supervised visitations are a court requirement in many divorce cases, a supervised visitation benefits the children involved, the custodial parent, and the noncustodial parent.
Benefits for the Children
- Allows children to maintain a relationship with both of their parents.
- Allows children to anticipate the visits without stress or worry about what is going to happen.
Benefits for the Custodial Parent
- You do not have to communicate or have contact with a person with whom you are in conflict.
- You can relax and feel comfortable allowing your child to have contact with the other parent.
Benefits for the Noncustodial Parent
- You can be sure that your children’s contact with the other parent does not have to be interrupted, regardless of personal or interpersonal problems or issues.
- During the visitation, the clinician who supervises the visitation can verify what happens during your time with your child, in a neutral and objective manner.
We serve at least twenty families a year in our Supervised Visitation program.
How to Make a Referral
If you would like to refer an adult to one of the TBH programs, please email Simon Torrez or call him at 575-758-4297.