If you or your client would like to use the Centre this is what you need to do.
Complete the form and press send. The form will automatically go to the Centre Coordinator who will contact you directly about availability. You will be told if there is a waiting list and when a place becomes available.
Only people named on the form will be allowed admittance to the Child Contact Centre. This may be varied by written agreement by both parties.
Parents are responsible for their children at all times whilst they are at the Child Contact Centre.
Both Parents will be asked to attend a familarisation visit.
To try and maintain a friendly, impartial and confidential environment, we would request that solicitors do not at any time ask to see their families at the Centre without prior agreement.
Child Contact Centres providing Supported Contact will not knowingly accept a referral when somebody involved has been convicted of any offence relating to physical and/or sexual abuse of a child, unless there are exceptional circumstances and they have sought appropriate professional advice.
The Child Contact Centre reserves the right to reduce or terminate contact if it is felt to be in the best interest of the child.
Parents should be informed that because of the welfare of the child is paramount, there might be times when contact cannot take place or continue if the child is too upset even if there is a contact order.
The Centre should be viewed as a temporary facility to establish contact. The Child Contact Centre will be asking for your assistance to review the family’s progress after six months
The Coordinator of the Centre must be notified if the arrangements for contact are going to change or if contact is going to cease.
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