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SVN Member Websites now Available

The Supervised Visitation Network is please to offer an exciting option for SVN members. Need a website? We will host a fully customizable web site for you with an incredibly easy-to-use interface that will allow you to upload photos, your logo, your fees, policies and procedures, and change the text on the site 365 days a year, without the help of a teenager or other webmaster, It's that easy!

For a small setup fee of $50 and the annual cost of $99 per year, you are online with a professional website that will be linked to the SVN site. View a sample Here.

For more info on how to get started contact us at 904-419-7861.

The NYSPCC Professionals' Handbook Supervised Visitation Services for High-Risk Families

The NYSPCC Professionals' Handbook - Supervised Visitation Services for High-Risk Families was written so that providers of service, judges, referees, foster care agencies and other professionals interested in supervised visitation, would gain insight and understanding of the inner workings of The NYSPCC's therapeutic supervised visitation model, Positive Parenting Plus (PP+).

The authors of this handbook are experts in the provision of supervised visitation services, legal services, and trauma recovery services. This handbook will help meet the need for detailed information about programming, protocols, safety considerations and legal issues impacting supervised visitation programs that deal with high-risk families.

Cost: $24.95 (includes shipping and handling.) To purchase a book, inquire about bulk purchase rates or request additional information, please contact Anna Fuentes at 212-233-5500 x205 or via email at afuentes@nyspcc.org or visit our website, www.nyspcc.org.

Training opportunities for Professional Monitors, Agencies and Customized training topics

Professional Child Visitation Monitors Training is based on three days of basic training to assist monitor in establishing a understanding of the Standards, Monitoring, Child Development, Documentation, How to Monitor a Visit and what is required to become a monitor, marketing, basic requirements for monitors and more. This is the beginning for getting started as a Monitor. SNV provides additional training on a on-going bases to assist Supervised Visitation Providers with up to date learning opportunities.

The next training dates visit our website: http://resourcesunlimited.svnet.us
or call for dates in your area.

Agency training sessions are based on On-site Supervised Visitation monitoring and Management. I will meet with you to established what your needs are and we will create the best training package for you and your staff. Technical assistance is provided to agencies after completion of the training based on our agreement for follow-up support.

Customized training topics are based on the needs of the customer.

If you are interested in finding our more about training as a Supervised Visitation Monitor or have a special training need, please give contract me at : Georgia A. Thompson
926 So. Avalon Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90003
(323) 449-1300 cell
(323) 779-0729
gajt1019@aol.com
resourcesunltd8@sbcglobal.net
Web site: http://resourcesunlimited.svnet.us/

Mommy and Daddy, Do I Matter?

Today I officially published my first book I am beyond thrilled, it's up and running on amazon. Com

It's a story about a little girl who is supervised by a monitor for visitations between her and her mother. I would like to have it put up at the SVN Network
The link to the book is

https://amzn.to/2z3KRbE


Thank you
Yasmin Torres

Preserving Family Ties: An Authoritative Guide to Understanding Divorce and Child Custody

Preserving Family Ties: An Authoritative Guide to Understanding Divorce and Child Custody, for Parents and Family Professionals

By Mark David Roseman, Ph.D, CFLE

Preserving Family Ties was written to give a clearer understanding of the complexity in child custody when parents separate. The author presents the social research relating it to current child custody decision making, then demonstrates how better child custody decisions can be determined to improve child outcomes. Importantly, too, Preserving Family Ties provides you the historical context for the changes you experience, what you may fear, and why.

For more information and to order: Visit www.preservingfamilyties.com

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