New Providers

About the Group

Are you new to the field or just opening a supervised visitation program but you just feel all alone? Do you feel like an island in the middle of the ocean and no one "really gets" what you do or the purpose of your service.

Making a GENUINE connection with others that are new too can be just what you need. Regardless if you are in Alexandria, Minnesota or Los Angeles - a supervised visit is a supervised visit. I moved from Fargo, North Dakota to Denver, Colorado - I speak from experience. The families are all the same. But being a part of a group of people that understands the complications of working with such a diverse group of clients is what keeps me going!

Knowledge expansion: You may well learn a lot from running your program but you'll learn a whole lot more by being part of a networking group. Access to a shared knowledge base through contact with like-minded individuals is one of the more powerful ways to increase your business comfort level and improve your chance of success.

Peer interaction: As stated earlier, it can sometimes seem a lonely program running a company and mixing with others who are on the same wavelength offers much needed support and encouragement. You'll always be able to find someone who has gone through the same thing as you and who will be able to offer a fresh viewpoint and some excellent advice.

Join our Networking Group on the SVN Webpage!

What's Going On

Save the DATE for our next Go-To Call In Networking Group meeting.
March 29th 1:00 - 2:00 EST (12:00 - 1:00CST)(11:00 - 12:00MST)

Purpose of the Networking Group (and phone call)
The main purpose of the group is to connect with other NEW providers. You are NOT alone in the field of supervised visitation. We have almost 900 members world wide.

The main purpose of the phone call is to brainstorm solutions to every day problems, get support with challenging clients, and join a community of other new providers!