Freedom & Opportunity
Through California Family Visitation's program, you will learn how to professional serve according to the California standards of practice for providers of supervised visitation. We'll walk with you during our training every step of the way in a comfortable learning environment.
"Education gives you the knowledge to understand & achieve your goals." -J.M.H.
Q: How CAN your services help others?
A: Supervised visitation and exchange services provide parents who may present a risk to their children or to another parent the opportunity to have parent-child contact monitored by an appropriate third party.
Qualifications to Get Started
Be 21 years of age or older;
Have no record of conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) within the last 5 years;
Not have been on probation or parole for the last 10 years;
Have no record of a conviction for child molestation, child abuse, or other crimes against a person;
Have no civil, criminal, or juvenile restraining orders within the last 10 years;
Have no current or past court order in which the provider is the person being supervised
Q: How do I become a self-employed independent professional visitation Provider?
A: Take the first step and register with us below.
Q: I HAVE BEEN ON SUPERVISED VISITATION WITH MY OWN CHILD, CAN I STILL BECOME A PROFESSIONAL Provider?
A: Unfortunately, you do not meet the qualifications as per the California Rules of Court.
Q: Can I complete the training course with California Family Visitation in San Diego and still work in another county?
A: Yes. You will be recognized as a professional working under the State of California standards. Therefore, you have the freedom and opportunity as an independent contractor to work within California.
Q: How many hours per week does a VISITATION PROVIDER work?
A: This depends on every individual's schedule. In this high demand field, you can flexibly work as many hours as your personal/professional schedule will allow. This may also be based on the max amount of hours or a set schedule of a family's court order. Remember, this is your own business and you make the decision.
Q: Is this a job I can do at a retiree age (65+ years of age)?
A: Without a doubt! We've seen hundreds of retirees benefit from this field. Some may wonder about the physical demands this position may have. However, you have the choice on where the visits take place. Remember, your safety also matters.
Q: Where do the supervised visits / safe exchanges occur?
A: It's best to provide services in a public location such as the library, park, neutral location, etc.
Q: I have physical limitations. Do I have to go to all the places a parent requests?
A: No. You have control over the service you offer - this is your business. This includes places and activities you agree and or disagree to.