What is Supervised Access?
When parents separate, access visits with children may be a problem. Sometimes, difficulties arise at the time of the exchange of the child between the parents, or between the parent and a relative, such as a grandparent. Other times, there may be concerns about the visits themselves.
Connectivity Supervised Access Services (CSAS) program offers separated families a way to deal with some common problems that arise during separation. We provide a setting where visits and exchanges can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers.
Our goal is to assist families through the challenging transition of separation and divorce with compassion, education and balance.
Vision Statement: “Our Vision is for every child to have access to both parents in a safe, conflict free and respectful environment.”
Mission Statement: “Our Mission is to create an environment that supports happy, healthy visits or exchanges for every child and their family.”
HI Carmen its been awhile since last spoke with you. Things are going along quite well I have been seeing Sally fairly often. We have decided were going too back off from the supervision and I will be involved more with Sally of course her mom will be around and hopefully lead into where I start taking Sally on my own. Sally wants this and her mom seems open too it of course it will take a little time but things are going in the direction I had hoped for, for a long time. THX CARMEN I appreciated your service allowing me too build a relationship with my daughter and also with her mom . GERRY.