Parent Time of Maryland
We offer a full range of visitation and exchange services within Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Harford County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County and surrounding jurisdictions. Please note that Parent Time is currently expanding and providing services in Adams County, PA and York County, PA.
Supervised Visitation Services
Supervised visitation refers to contact between a non-custodial parent and one or more children in the presence of a third person (the visitation monitor) who is responsible for observing and seeking to ensure the physical safety and emotional-well being of the children. Our goal is to maintain the safety of your child while promoting a stress-free and enjoyable visitation. Parent Time of Maryland is committed to providing services consistent with recognized professional standards for supervised visitation. We coordinate professionally trained staff to supervise visits at the Visitation Center and in the community, All case management and administrative functions are handled through our main office. Our goal in providing Supervised Visitation is to minimize the emotional hardship that children frequently have to endure as a result of custody litigation, while allowing them to maintain safe and positive contact with their parents and other significant relatives. While there may be many allegations made between parents in custody litigation, our Facilitators strive to provide a neutral, non-judgmental, and respectful environment for parents who use our services. We do provide referral services for issues related to domestic violence, substance abuse, and other difficulties that might impair a parent's relationship with their children. However, our focus is providing Supervised Visitation and ensuring that children can have safe and positive contact with their parent. The services are available in various community locations such as a local park, zoo, museum, playground, restaurants, or shopping malls. Unless otherwise specified in the Court Order or agreement, visitation services are not available in the home of the visiting parent.