Provide an interdisciplinary network of professionals dedicated to meeting the needs of individuals, families, the court, and communities in the delivery of supervised visitation services.
Promote and maintain professional and ethical standards in private, public, and court-related practices.
Encourage the development of collaborative partnerships and leadership to strengthen and improve the provision of service.
Increase public awareness and understanding of supervised visitation services among key stakeholders, organizations, and the general public.
Create strategic partnerships for excellent training, education, and professional development resources.
Protect the best interests of parents and children seeking supervised visitation services.
Goals and Objectives
The primary focus of many other national and international organizations is on larger national issues. CASVSP aims to represent one unified statewide voice serving the diverse needs of professional supervised visitation service providers and multidisciplinary professionals for the State of California.
CASVSP goals and objectives are to address:
(1) State, regional, and localized needs and challenges regarding supervised visitation practice service delivery
(2) California legislative mandates
(3) Adherence to Standard 5.20 of the California Standards of Judicial Administration (Uniform Standards of Practice for Providers of Supervised Visitation)
CASVSP seeks to establish the first statewide organization that will monitor state standards of practice by professional supervised providers.
While no organization can provide certification for California-based supervised visitation providers at this time, CASVSP provides a certificate of attendance for each educational opportunity offered.