Monitored exchanges take place in a conflict-free setting, allowing the safe transfer of children from one parent to the other, who can’t have contact with one another.
Our therapeutic environment ensures children aren’t exposed to negative or violent interactions and can express genuine responses to both parents without “guilt.” Often, when there is a history of conflict, children don’t want to show happiness at seeing their parent for fear they will “hurt” the other parent.
It is during this temporary, transitional, and traumatic time that families are most in need of the services provided by Guardian House.
Why Monitored Kids Exchanges?
• verbal and/or physical conflict between parents, or toward one parent,
• Police: Towamencin man allegedly assaulted ex during
child custody exchange
• Man fires gun in parking lot custody fight over 3 year-old
• Two people dead after shooting near Fort Worth
fast food restaurant
• arriving late to exchanges,
• the custodial parent doesn’t bring the children for the exchange,
• the noncustodial parent doesn’t show up for exchanges,
• individuals other than the parents attend exchanges,
• parents consistently fail to bring medicines, or important belongings, such as car seats to exchanges, and/or
• parents arrive for the exchange under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
We will need to review your court order to start the process for monitored exchanges or supervised visits.
Please email your court order to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name and phone number.
A staff member from the Intake Department will contact you to schedule an intake appointment within 48 hours.