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Supervised Visitation —
Providing Safety and Documentation for Visits with Your Child

Supervised visitation services provide safety and documentation for visits with your child.

Kindred Family Focus offers three levels of supervision based on your need, level of risk, and the decision of your case supervision county: minimum supervision, direct supervision, and direct supervision with parenting component.

We work with you to schedule visits at one of the Kindred Family Focus office locations, in the community, or in your home.

Snapshot


Supervised Visitation


Youth Served: Supervision when visitation requires monitoring for safety and documentation.

Program Model/Services

  • Trauma-sensitive care
  • Minimum supervision
  • Direct supervision
  • Direct supervision with parenting component
  • Visits conducted at a Kindred Family Focus office, in the community, or in your home

Accreditation/Licensing

  • Accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA)
  • Licensed by the State of Minnesota
  • Member of Foster Family-based Treatment Association
  • MCCCA members

Referral Sources

  • County Human Service Agencies
Admissions

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