"Bitter are the tears of a child: Sweeten them. Deep are the thoughts of a child: Quiet them. Sharp is the grief of a child: Take it from him. Soft is the heart of a child: Do not harden it." - Pamela Glenconner
Our Supervised Visitation Center offers a comfortable, engaging environment where a child can maintain, or in some cases, re-establish a relationship with a non-custodial parent. At the same time, the custodial parent can feel reassured that the child(ren) will be supervised at all times. Our goal is to provide an environment where children feel comfortable and safe to visit with their parents and a place where parents can interact positively and appropriately with their children. Children should be able to give and receive love, care, and affection from both of their parents without feeling guilt, pressure or rejection. Our process also helps parents build or create healthy relationships with their child(ren) that are not negatively influenced by parental conflict.
For more information, please contact us at 903-329-0566 (call or text) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Visits are scheduled Monday through Sunday as our availability allows. We are closed on New Year’s Day Easter, July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. All visits will take place at:
422 Hickory Street
The first step in scheduling a visit is to get us a copy of the court order. Once we have this, we will schedule an intake interview. During this interview, family history is collected and we have the opportunity to visit with all parties and the children.
$50, due at intake interview.
$25 per hour. The visiting parent is responsible for payment unless otherwise ordered by the court.
If the court orders visitation, both parties must contact For the Sake of One to set up an intake interview.
Please email the name and contact information of the parties involved to:
For the Sake of One staff will make contact and set up intake interviews.
For the Sake of One may facilitate visitation for families that have not been ordered by the court. Both parties must mutually agree to use our services.
Each party must schedule an appointment for an intake interview prior to receiving any visitation services.