The number of court ordered visitation for non-custodial parents is on the rise. The courts have many reasons why they may deem necessary that a parent should be monitored during their visits. Allegation of Abuse; Sexual, Physical and Emotion, Domestic Violence, Child Alienation, Neglect and a vast array of other potential issues. When the Magistrate orders supervised visitations, the non-custodial parent must find an affordable, safe and comfortable way to interact with their child(ren). Heaven’s House has been thought up to do precisely so.
- Qualified Income
$35-55 per hour
Heaven’s House offers sliding scale hourly rates. To qualify your income you must provide proof via pay check/stub or a passport to services. For every visitation session there is a flat base fee of $10.00 that covers scheduling and printed reports cost. Hourly rates double on the holidays. Each parent must schedule an intake and orientation appointment before visitation can occur!
- $35.00hr……………. $0 – $20,000
- $40.00hr……………. $20,0001 – $35,000
- $45.00hr……………. $35,001 – $50,000
- $50.00hr……………. $50,0001 – $65,000
- $55.00hr……………. $65,001 – and up
- Hourly Rate
$55 per hour
Heaven’s House standard hourly rate is $55 per hour and rates double for the holidays. For every visitation session there is a flat base fee of $10.00 that covers scheduling and printed reports. Each parent must schedule and intake an orientation appointment before visitation can occur!
- Request an Intake
$35 per party
In order to utilize Heaven’s House services both parents and/or guardians must schedule and complete the intake/orientation process. During the intake you will be informed about heaven’s House rules and guidelines. The intake fee is a one time payment for both parties. If the court order states that one party is to pay 100% of all fees associated, then they must pay both parties intake fees amounting to $70.
Fill out the form below to request an intake process and a staff member will contact you shortly.
*Please note: this form is designated for individuals who have already been to court and have received an order for supervised visitations.