Fees for Services
Hourly rates are determined by a sliding scale fee. A wage statement is necessary to determine fees. Both parents must participate in the intake process before visitations can begin!
Intake Fee: $35
Supervised Visitations: $35-45* / Hour
Telephone/Web-cam monitoring: $35-45* / Hour (must provide own web-cam)
Custody Exchange monitoring: $15* / Exchange
*Fees for visitations canceled less than 24 hours in advance are non-refundable!
Supervised Visitation Intake Packet: Document (PDF)
Both parents must participate in the intake process before visitations can begin.
- Monitor will be present at all times during visitation and is monitoring from the moment of arrival.
- All contact between child/children and the non-custodial parent shall take place within monitor’s hearing and sight at all times. Parents and children must speak English unless an interpreter is available.
- Custodial and visiting parent will adhere to monitor’s guidance at exchange and during scheduled visitation.
- Non-compliance with guidelines or challenging the authority of the monitor may lead to termination of services at the discretion of the monitor.
- Family members or friends who participate in visitation must comply with guidelines.
- Monitor will only convey information between parents regarding child/children’s medical needs and/or visitation and exchanges.
- Unless medically authorized or prohibited, dietary requests are not monitored or enforced.
- Custodial and visiting parents are required to meet the needs of child/children during visitation times (ie, bring diaper bag, baby food, changes of clothes, etc.)
- Except for late cancellations and emergencies, calls to the monitor should be made Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
The following is prohibited during supervised visitation:
- Inappropriate demands for physical contact, foul language, shouting, threats of violence or abuse, attempts to move child/children out of sight or hearing of monitor.
- Passing of correspondence or messages to the other parent (such as regarding legal matters) through child/children or monitor.
- Using the visitation for the service of court documents.
- Sharing of detailed court information or court documents with the child/children and/or making of promises about future living arrangements, time sharing or visitation modifications. Visit discussions should focus on the present to avoid pressure and/or disappointment.
- Speaking negatively about the other parent, his or her family or designee in front of the child/children and/or questions about the other parent’s whereabouts or activities.
- Permanent alterations of child/children during visitation without prior written consent of custodial parent. Alteration includes but is not limited to haircuts, tattoos, body or ear piercing.
- Smoking in the presence of the child/children or monitor.
- Weapons or any articles that could be used a weapon at site of visitation.
- Contact or confrontation between parents during exchange or visitation.