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Supervised Child Visitation - Information for Providers

Supervised Visitation Provider

If you are a supervised visitation provider and want to apply for the court’s resource list, you must meet the qualifications of a provider as outlined in Standard 5.20, Uniform Standards of Practice for Providers of Supervised Visitation and Cal. Fam. Code § 3200.5 (external site ). In addition, you must be willing to certify, annually under penalty of perjury, that you have received the training identified under Standards of Judicial Administration 5.20 (external site ).

Supervised Visitation Resource List

If you are interested in being included on the Supervised Visitation Resource list and you meet the training and qualifications you must submit all of the following forms:

Supervised Visitation Provider applications can be mailed, faxed or emailed to the Family Court Services Manager at:

Riverside Family Law Court
4175 Main Street 2nd floor
Riverside, CA 92501Fax: (951) 777-3530

For additional information related to Supervised Child Visitation, please visit the California Courts Website Supervised Visitation Page (external site ).

Resource lists are updated annually. Returning providers must submit a full application (all forms) by January 31 each year. If a complete application is not submitted each calendar year, your name will be removed from the list of authorized providers. Once your application has been received you will receive a response from the Family Court Services manager.

Filing Supervised Visitation Monitor Reports

Reports must be filed with the Family Law clerk’s office. Each time you file a supervised visitation monitor report with the court, you must affix form FL-324(P) Declaration of Supervised Visitation Provider (Professional) (external site pdf ) to the front of the report.