Supervised Visitation

Keeping parents and kids connected

The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center's Supervised Visitation Program provides a positive and safe place for parents and children to visit with one another.

Supervised visitation is contact between a non-custodial parent and the child(ren) in the presence of a third person responsible for observing and ensuring the safety of those involved. 

To learn more, please visit Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center's Supervised Visitation webpage: 

About the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center

The WDRC offers conflict prevention and intervention services for businesses, organizations, individuals, and families. On a prevention level, the WDRC seeks to build the capacity of community members to better manage conflict as it arises, and to learn ways to minimize the possibility of it occurring. To this end, the WDRC offers training for adults and youth, all in an effort to build skills and reduce unproductive conflict.

Recognizing that conflict is a normal and natural part of life, and sometimes people and organizations need impartial assistance, the WDRC also provides mediation, facilitation, and coaching services.

Faith Lutheran Church's Collaboration

Faith works in collaboration with Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center to provide meeting space for volunteer-supervised visitations for families in need of a safe space for child-parent visits. Visits are coordinated by WDRC. For more information on the supervised visitation program, contact Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center.