Risks have been identified and require management:
Supervised contact aims to ensure the physical safety and emotional wellbeing of a child(ren) and adults where risks have been identified. Individual supervision is provided with the supervisor in constant sight and sound of the child(ren) at all times. Individual risk assessment meetings are carried out with both parents and a contact plan (may include safety planning) before contact commences.
You require a more structured and/ or longer-term contact intervention:
Contact is time limited with a plan to regularly assess and review progress and the possibility of safer future outcomes. The level of supervision may be reduced in a planned way after reviews with both parties. Some families, after being assessed, may move from constant supervision to intermediate level of supervision, escorted outings or supported or unrestricted contact.
You require professional support to assists a child(ren) in building and sustaining positive relationship with and a non-resident adult(s)
You require a written report detailing overview of session:
This is provided to both parties 5 days following contact session.
You are prepared to engage in other Dispute Resolution Services:
As part of this service you will be asked to attend a DRS SPIP during the first three months of your attendance at centre. Also at the review stage (usually held at 3 months) if progress is being made adults would be expected to consider attending a MIAM.
You are prepared to meet the costs:
Contact Centre Fees: £25 one-off referral administration fee
Session fee: £80ph.