Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

24/7 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crisis Hotline: 423.755.2700

Supervised Visitation

When there is conflict in a family, including divorce or separation, issues of substance abuse, or other domestic violence, time for parents or other relatives with their child(ren) can become problematic. CFC provides a warm and safe environment for children to visit non-custodial parents or other relatives. Visits are scheduled for 1 hour and our staff can accommodate a maximum of two visits per week, per family (Any additional time will be determined on a case by case basis and based on program availability). A trained visitation monitor is present during each visit. Supervised visitation may be court ordered or self-referred.


An orientation must be completed with each party before supervised visitation is scheduled. Orientation is scheduled for the non-custodial party first, and once it is completed the custodial party orientation is scheduled.  During orientation, CFC policy and procedures are reviewed, staff will answer questions, provide a facility tour and obtain scheduling availability.  A separate child orientation is conducted, during the custodial party’s orientation .  During this time, a staff member entertains the child(ren), assesses their feelings about visiting the other party, and addresses any safety concerns.

Supervised Visitation Scheduling Options

  • Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 4pm until 8pm
  • Saturdays between the hours of 10am and 5pm
  • Sundays between the hours of 3pm and 7pm

Supervised Visitation Fees

  • Visits are $70/hour
  • One party may be fully responsible for this fee OR the custodial and the non-custodial party each pay $35/hour
  • The financially responsible party or parties is determined by a court order or parenting plan. In the absence of a court order or parenting plan the custodial and non-custodial parties must come to an agreement regarding financial responsibility
  • Our Center receives a small grant to assist clients in need. Its funds are used on a first come first serve basis.

For more information or to schedule an orientation, please call (423) 697-3791 or email [email protected]