Child Contact Service

When you need a safe place for your children.

Child Contact Service
Assisting separated parents with child contacts

A Centrecare service assisting separated parents with child contacts.

This is a free service, however, Court Reports incur a fee.

To download Centrecare's Child Contact Service brochure, click here.

The Child Contact Services assists separated parents who are experiencing conflict or other concerns, with the safe, supervised transfer of children from one parent to the other for their visitations. This service can also provide supervised visits, allowing children to spend time with the non-resident parent and this can be either on-site or off-site.

Are you:

  • separated or divorced with children;
  • experiencing conflict or other concerns; and/or
  • having difficulty accessing your child/ren?

Do you:

  • want to protect your child/ren from unnecessary conflict;
  • need a safe place to see your child/ren; and/or
  • want to have fun with your child/ren?

If you answer “yes” to any of the above questions, then this service may be of help to you.

Centrecare’s Child Contact Services is a bright and child friendly environment where children and parents can enjoy spending time together.
The centre has toys, games, activities, dress-ups and an outdoor area that can assist in building a bond with your child.

Supervised Changeover
We can facilitate the changeover of children from one parent to the other when there is conflict and/or you do not wish to have contact with the non-resident parent.

Supervised Visits
Supervised visits allow children to have a safe and controlled environment in which they can spend time with their non-resident parent. These visits can run for up to two hours.

Post Separation Cooperative Parenting Seminars
These seminars are aimed at helping you focus on the needs of your children and enhance your understanding of the impact conflict has on your children. These seminars run for three hours.

This service is funded by the Department of Social Services.

To download Centrecare's Child Contact Service brochure, click here.