|Michigan State University Chance at Childhood Program (ID: 307)|
|Location: ||East Lansing, MI (map)|
|Phone / FAX: ||517-432-8406 / 517-432-8409|
|Service Area: ||Please call for service area.|
|Agency: ||Michigan State University Chance at Childhood Program|
|Address: ||541 E. Grand River Avenue|
| ||East Lansing, MI 48823 |
|Agency Email: ||email@example.com|
|Agency Link: ||Michigan State University Chance at Childhood Program|
|Standard Fee: ||Please call for rate information|
|Sliding Scale? ||Unknown|
|Onsite/Offsite: ||Unknown |
|Years Experience: ||Not listed |
|Holidays: ||Please call for holiday availability. |
|Intake Procedure: ||Please call for intake information.|
||The Chance at Childhood Program works with Ingham County Friend of the Court to conduct the Supervised Parenting Time program. This program seeks to address the needs of non-custodial parents and their children through the provision of educated, trained, and reliable supervisors, the dissemination of parent and child activity books, and support through referrals to parent education classes.|
Numerous domestic relations cases give rise to the need for parenting time that is supervised by an objective party. The parenting time supervisor is responsible for ensuring the child's safety, and for reporting observations to the Court. With this in mind, law students and graduate social work students are trained on a variety of topics affecting children and families requiring a supervised parenting time order. Other aspects of this program address the circumstances that lead to the need for supervised parenting time such as parent education, free legal consultation for parents, and the creation of material to educate children about separation and divorce.
It is our sincere belief that the program will provide a safe parenting time environment for children; educate the non-custodial parent in appropriate parenting skills; provide and evaluation tool for the court, and an educational experience for MSU students.
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