WE NEED YOU!!!
Announcing the Oklahoma Chapter of the Supervised Visitation Network! If you are a provider of Supervised Visitation services, a child advocate, or a legal or mental health professional who assists families within the state of Oklahoma, WE NEED YOU!
Seeing the need for bringing community awareness, higher professional standards, networking opportunities, and educational support to the professional providers of supervised visitation services, the Oklahoma Chapter of the supervised Visitation Network was founded and organized. Please join us in this local grass roots movement to keep our kids who live in Oklahoma protected while having safe access to parents and/or family members.
You are cordially invited to join us for our first monthly education & networking opportunity!
We hope to see you there!!
Oklahoma Chapter of the Supervised
Seeing a need to bring uniformity and best practice standards to the field of professional supervised
visitation in Oklahoma, in 2014 Trey Trotter Fleming, LMFT along with two other SVN members (Joe Lawson and Angela Baldwin) launched the Oklahoma Chapter of the Supervised Visitation Network. The core purpose of establishing the Oklahoma Chapter is to bring the national standards to Oklahoma. More specifically,
- To establish local standards.
- To promote education.
- To advance professionalism in the field of supervised visitation.
- To establish a network of professionals who are committed to supervised visitation and exchange services.
- To provide forums for networking, training and sharing of information among supervised child access providers
- and other professionals involved in providing support to children and parents who are not living together.
- To gather and disseminate training and program materials for child access service providers.
- To develop, maintain, and disseminate standards and guidelines for practice of child access services.
- To provide training to SVN members with the intent of improving quality of service provision.
- To provide public education regarding the importance of children having safe conflict-free contact with both
- parents and other family members and the role of child access programs in the continuum of services for
- divorced and separated families and for children in out-of-home placement.
- To educate public and private decision-makers regarding the importance of funding for child access services and
- provide assistance to local communities and service providers in accessing funds to provide affordable services
- to children and their families.
- To provide any other services and information as may be appropriate.