The DC Superior Court Supervised Visitation Center provides supervised visitation and exchange services primarily to court-referred domestic violence cases. The Center has four primary objectives:
- to provide a neutral location for visits between children and non-custodial parents;
- to serve as a site for exchanges of children;
- to protect the safety of children and the custodial parents; and
- to preserve the visitation rights of non-custodial parents.
How do I get supervised visitation in a CPO case?
Parties may request supervised visitation through their CPO, Family Court order, or a referral from another organization.
How do I get supervised visitation in a Family Court matter?
To get supervised visitation an individual may file a Complaint for Custody and/or Access to Children in the Family Court Central Intake Center.
Where do I go to open a case for Supervised Visitation?
To file a Complaint for Custody and/or Access to Children visit the Family Court Central Intake Center. To get a Civil Protection Order or ask to have it enforced, visit one of the Court’s two Domestic Violence Intake Centers:
500 Indiana Avenue, NW, Room JM-540
United Medical Center
1328 Southern Avenue, SE, Medical Pavilion Suite 311