Echelon Services’ programs and services includes Supervised Visitation and Monitored Exchange Services.
Our main goal is to establish Echelon Services as the preferred provider of in-home and community services to all our clients. We provide a variety of high quality services to meet the needs of individuals of varying ages and abilities. We are a socially responsible and caring organization that prides itself on outstanding service and an uncompromising commitment to its clients. Staff members reflect the cultural demographics of the communities they serve and are residents of those same communities. We help build communities that value children and families.
Our Supervised Visitation Service allows children to reconnect and reestablish parent/child/family relationship in a safe environment. It provides parents with an opportunity to learn and practice new concepts of parenting and to assess their own ability to parent through interaction with the child. Furthermore, supervised visitation allows DCS/Probation/Courts to assess the relationship between the child and parent and to assist the parent in strengthening and developing their parenting skills.
The purpose of Supervised Visitation is to provide a neutral setting that enables parents and children to spend quality time together and build strong relationships while protecting children from emotional damage or possible physical harm.
We are focused on providing high-quality services and customer satisfaction in order to make your co-parenting and visitation experiences comfortable and family friendly- we will do everything we can to meet your expectations and in making the visitation process as smooth as possible.
Echelon Services serves in the capacity of providing the supervision of court ordered parent-child visitation, as well as assisting in the reintroduction of a parent in to a child's life. There are many situations in family law cases, or other cases affecting the parent-child relationship and we are here to provide the best transition for all parties involved in the process.
Our Monitored Exchange Service monitors a child’s movement between his custodial and his noncustodial parent immediately before and after unsupervised visitation. Monitored exchange programs provide a safe, neutral setting for the exchange.
The purpose of monitored exchange is to provide a safe, child-friendly place to exchange children and protect them from conflicts between custodial and noncustodial parents. In cases involving domestic violence, the purpose is also to protect the victim of domestic violence, who is usually the custodial parent. The long-term goal of monitored exchange is to have the case progress so that no third party or staff is needed to monitor the exchanges.
Most families who participate in monitored exchange programs are involved in child custody litigation. They may be ordered to use monitored exchange by family court judges in cases of divorce or paternity, by judges hearing domestic violence cases, or by judges in criminal court cases. Occasionally, dependency court judges order monitored exchange in cases of child abuse, abandonment or neglect.
Echelon Services works with families who are facing issues related to:
- domestic violence (DV)
- CSD / CPS involvement
Echelon Services accepts referrals from:
- Child Welfare Agencies
- Family Court
- Juvenile Court
- Domestic Violence Programs
Echelon Services is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network (SVN), an organization consisting of over 500 visitation providers worldwide, dedicated to providing safe parental access for families.
We are a nationwide agency with qualified monitors in all 50 states ready to assist you.
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Are you empathetic, responsible, and eager to create close, lasting relationships with our clients?
We offer a rich working environment with competitive compensation
and rewarding opportunities to assist others in the comfort and safety of their own homes.
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