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The mission of CASVSP as a statewide association of professionals in California is to represent, assist, promote, and support the delivery of supervised visitation services through quality leadership, training, collaborative partnerships, and compliance with professional standards of conduct and best practices.


Use of the term "certified."

Revision to Standard 5.20 as it relates to therapeutic visitation effective January 1, 2015. Therapeutic Supervised Visitation was repealed - this means that this is no longer a valid service in California.

Revision to Standard 5.20 as it relates to types of provider effective January 1, 2015. There are only two types of providers: (1) Professional Provider and (2) Nonprofessional Provider.

Standard 5.20 and Family Code section 3200.5 Supervised Visitation Training

October 10-12, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Judicial Council of California, Operations and Programs Division
Center for Families, Children & the Courts
Access to Visitation Grant Program

2860 Gateway Drive, Suite 400 (Veranda Rooms A-B)
Sacramento, CA 95833

The training is free and designed to meet the needs of AV and Northern CA professionals. Due to limited space only individuals affiliated with the following entities listed below can attend this training:

1. Access to Visitation grant recipients;

2. Court staff and employees or referred by the court; and

3. Professional providers of supervised visitation that are currently providing supervised visitation services through an agency or organization and/or currently affiliated with a supervised visitation agency;

4. Private and independent providers not connected with the court, or a supervised visitation agency, and/or community-based agency will require prior approval by AV Program Manager to attend.


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