Products for Sale

Parent Information Cards 

Parent Info Cards in ENGLISH are SOLD OUT. 

Also Available in Spanish!

The SVN Standards require that providers must give parents written information about preparing their children for supervised visitation services prior to the first visit. These cards will provide valuable information to parents on what they should expect from their SVN providers and how to prepare children for supervised visitation services.

Cards are sold in packages of 30 or 90.  

Please provide program name, phone number, website and email address for inclusion on the labels if you would like the cards customized with specific provider or program information.

$24.95 for 30

$59.95 for 90

Order HERE (SPANISH only available at this time) 


Custom Bench Cards  (now with new logo)

The SVN bench card is an effective way to inform courts about the important issues judges should consider when ordering supervised visitation. The bench cards also explain how choosing SVN Members, committed to the the SVN standards and ethics, will benefit families requiring this service.

Sold in packages of 30 or 90 we can also customize the cards with specific provider information as requested.

 Please include program name, phone number, website and email address for inclusion on the labels.

$24.95 for 30

$59.95 for 90

Order HERE


BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! The High Quality Orange Ribbon Lapel Pin... Includes the information card about Supervised Visitation, a great way to promote Supervised Visitation Awareness Month in May! ORANGE RIBBON INCLUDED. 

The orange ribbon is a symbol of supervised visitation. Supervised Visitation centers exist to provide a safe haven for children during parental visitation. What color signifies safety better than orange? Orange is a bright color used to warn people to watch out and take notice. We want the world to see the orange ribbon and take notice of the thousands of children and families in need of this service. Each ribbon includes an attached SVN Business Card explaining the campaign.

The Supervised Visitation Network, an organization consisting of over 800 - visitation providers nation wide, adopted the Orange Ribbon Campaign in May of 2001. The purpose of the campaign is to use the symbol of the orange ribbon throughout the month of May to raise awareness about the need and impact of Supervised Visitation.

10 for $25

25 for $50

Order HERE


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