Safe Space Monitoring

Our goal is to provide a safe, stress-free, and secure environment for parents who are on court-ordered visitation with their children.  We understand this is a difficult time for everyone involved.  We are dedicated to the welfare and safety of children and healthy interaction between family members during all visits. Visitation Monitors are responsible for observing, redirecting, and documenting visits. As Professional Visitation Monitors, we adhere to the legal guidelines and will provide necessary intervention if the safety of the child is in question. Supervised Visitation programs were established to ensure the safety and well-being of families during the time of contact between the non-custodial parent and child.  It also enables an ongoing relationship between the non-custodial parent and their child in a safe environment. We are dedicated to helping families during these difficult times.

Services Provided

  • Off-site Supervised Visitation
  • Custody Exchange Monitoring
  • Subpoenaed Court Appearance
  • Holiday Visitation (additional fee)
  • We are a member of the Supervised Visitation Network and adhere to their standards of excellence.
  • First Aid/CPR/AED Certified (Adult and Pediatric)
  • Trustline cleared
  • Trained in emotional First Aid
  • Trained in Domestic Violence

Areas We Cover

Riverside County- Corona, Norco, Eastvale, Mira Loma, Riverside, Rubidoux, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Wildomar, and Home Gardens

San Bernardino County- Chino, Chino Hills, Loma Linda, Rancho Cucamonga, Big Bear Lake, Big Bear, Crestline, Arrowhead, Running Springs, Ontario, Fontana, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, and Lucerne Valley

LA County Norwalk, Whittier, La Habra Heights, and Pomona

Orange County- Anaheim Hills, Orange, Tustin, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Yorba Linda, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Corona Del Mar, Villa Park, Fullerton, Placentia, Anaheim, and Brea

Tips for the visiting parent

Being with your children in the presence of someone else may be uncomfortable for you, at least in the beginning. You probably have many questions and concerns, and that is perfectly understandable. Do your best to focus on your relationship with your children. Your patience and commitment are important during this time.

Here are some suggestions that might be helpful to you:

  • Read the court order.
  • Arrive and depart on time.
  • Avoid discussing the court case or terms of the visit with your children.
  • Avoid quizzing your children about the other parent’s activities and relationships.
  • Avoid making your children messengers to the other parent.
  • Say brief and positive good-byes to your children when the visit is over.

Tips for the custodial parent

Supervised visitation can also be a challenge for you. Typically, you have been taking care of your children’s everyday needs and have a routine for yourself and your family. Supervised visitation can sometimes feel like one more responsibility. Of course, you also have concerns and questions about the visits and how they will affect your children. This is understandable.

Here are a few suggestions that might help you in the process:

  • Read the court order.
  • Explain to your children where and when the visits will take place.
  • Have your children ready with anything they will need during the visits.
  • Arrive on time to drop off and pick up your children.
  • Reassure your children that you support them in having a pleasant visit.
  • Avoid quizzing your children about the visit.
  • Avoid making your children messengers to the other parent.

Next Step

Please phone 951-426-0333 for additional information.

Our business hours are as follows;

Monday through Friday – 8:00am to 6:00pm

Saturday and Sunday – 9:00am to 1:00pm

Professional Supervised Visitation hours vary due to each client’s personal needs. We look forward to helping you and your family.