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Local NewsDalhousie Place raising awareness during Supervise Parenting Awareness Month

May is Supervised Parenting awareness month and Dalhousie Place is not wasting the opportunity to raise awareness for the importance of Supervised Access.

The Council of the Corporation of the City of Brantford has proclaimed the month of May as “Supervised Parenting Awareness Month. The Orange Ribbon Campaign will be held in May to further raise awareness for Supervised Access.

Dalhousie Place is a Supervised Access centre that has been providing support for families dealing with the issues surrounding separation and divorce for over 30 years. 

Dalhousie Place is internationally recognized by the Supervised Visitation Network due to its service to families. They have provided over 50,000 visits and exchanges for families going through the turbulent times of divorce and separation. They are a non-profit organization funded by the Ministry of Children Community and Social Services and the United Way. They also rely on charitable donations in order to continue their operation.

Dalhousie Place has proven to be a successful neutral ground for divorced and separated families, with one Access parent stating, “By having a neutral place to drop off our kids, they aren’t in the middle of our fighting now”, said one parent.

One child from the supervised access program stated, “Dalhousie Place makes me feel safe”, said an 11-year-old child.

This statement proves that Supervise Access centres like Dalhousie place are integral for children of separation and divorce.

All staff and volunteers at Dalhousie Place assist families using the best guidelines and practices according to the Government of Ontario.

The staff and volunteers continue to expand their knowledge on the field by going through continuous training. Supervised Access centres are an important aspect of our community. They help to nurture the bond between child and parent during times when parents do not have regular access to their child. Supervised Access centers help families stay together during separation and divorce.
For more information, please visit www.dalhousieplace.com 

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