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A visitation center offers a safe place for families to visit with their children who have been removed from the home. Along with supervised visitation, parents have the opportunity to learn positive parenting skills and engage with their children through evidence-based techniques and programs like Strengthening Families.
The visitation center aims to treat and prevent. Therapeutic clinicians are available to provide trauma informed therapy to assist children with processing their experienced trauma. The visitation center also provides training to partners and the community to provide education on trauma, the opioid epidemic and related substance use, and other topics to aid in the prevention of trauma and its negative impacts.
The visitation center serves children, from birth to the age of 17, who:
To engage in therapy, children must be at least 7 years old.