Our services are designed to assure the opportunity for families to participate in positive memory building. We allow you to ensure your child(ren) can have safe contact with a non-residential parent without having to be in the middle of the parental conflicts or other problems. We believe these services provide benefits to child(ren) and parents.


Families can use these services as tools to help them as they go through difficult or transitional times. AT INDABA, our primary concern during the visit, exchange, or phone contact time is the physical safety and emotional well-being of your child(ren).


We make all possible efforts, as described in our Policies & Procedures, to help ensure both party’s safety and lessen the possibility of conflict arising during drop-off and pick-up time of the child(ren).


Supervised visitation provides visits between the child(ren) and visiting/non-resedential parent in a supervised setting. Supervised visitation protects children from witnessing parental disputes, while providing a safe place for parents and children to build positive relationships. We conduct visitations in a safe environment and assess each case individually to accommodate the needs of all parties.


Supervised Exchanges allow for the transfer of the child(ren) from one parent to the other with no contact between parties when they are sharing custody. Children feel a sense of safety as they are exchanged, for evenings or weekends, with the freedom to interact openly with each parent. A court order is not needed if both parties are in agreement to use the supervised exchange services.  

AT INDABA does NOT provide transportation of clients.


​A Parenting Plan is part of a separation agreement. It is required by the courts along with divorce paperwork when parents divorce or separate. Depending upon the jurisdiction, separated parents may also enter into a Parenting Plan without ever going to Court. At Indaba can assist you in preparing your parenting plan.


Supervised visitation can assist in the reunification of families whether resulting from change of family circumstances or parental absence. A period of supervision and observation by a trained supervisor can assist in reunification between