Services

Off-Site Visitation Monitoring - Supervised visitation services conducted at various locations within the community.
Off-site visits allow the parent and child to go to various community locations such as:

  • Local Park
  • Amusement Park
  • Zoo
  • Museum
  • Playground
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping Malls

  • The visiting parent must pay all costs for the monitor during all off-site visits. With Court approval, some cases allow for off-site visitation to take place in the non-custodial parents home.

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      Other monitoring services!

    Custody Exchange Monitoring - This service allows the custodial parent to take the child to a pre-arranged, safe and neutral location. The non-custodial parent can then pickup the child and return the child to the same neutral location once the visit is finished. The pickup times are staggered so that the parents do not have to be in contact with each other. The actual exchange of the children is monitored and documented by EDITH M. HILL. We always try to make the process as comfortable for the child as possible.

    How To Use Our Services

    To begin using the services of EMH Professional Child Visitation Provider, both parents must contact EDITH M. HILL and schedule an intake interview before services can begin. Both parents are asked to bring the following information for the intake interview:

  • Call for list of nessassary documents needed for your Intake Orientation

  • NOTE:: EMH Professional Child Visitation Provider reserves the right to end the visit if the supervised parent violates any court order or EMH's Professional Child Visitation Provider policies during the visit. EDITH M. HILL will end the visit immediately if he feels it is in the best interest of the child.

    Intake fees must be paid in advance for each parent. The fee is payable in cash at the time of the intake interview.

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      Important Note!

    Being with your child in the presence of someone else may be uncomfortable for you, at least in the beginning. You probably have many questions and concerns, and that is perfectly understandable. During tough times you may want to talk to a mental health professional or find a support group to help you with your feelings. Do your best to focus on your relationship with your child. Your patience and commitment will pay off.

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    Our Theme: Assuring children a safe neutral and positive environment!