Ensuring both parents maintain healthy, positive and meaningful relationships with their children is something we strive for at the Children’s Contact Service Logan.
Our tertiary-qualified social workers facilitate supervised visits and changeovers in a neutral, safe and compassionate space. Through conversation and play, we help parents and children who are no longer living together create closer relationships.
How does Children’s Contact Service Logan help?
Operating on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, we provide a venue for supervised visits and changeovers for separated families.
- Fun activities: To make visits special and fun, parents and children can explore the indoor and outdoor playgrounds, do arts and crafts, play air hockey, kick the football outside, bake cupcakes, have a barbecue and much more.
- Therapeutic intervention: Our social workers offer therapeutic intervention, such as family therapy and parenting education sessions, to guide parents on how to provide loving, supportive and consistent care for their children.
- Referrals: We can refer to other support agencies to help with a range of social issues, such as mental health and substance abuse.
Our service is funded by the Federal Government; however, client fees offset the cost of the service provision. In some instances, reduced or waivered fees are available to those who have Health Care Concession Cards.
Who does Children’s Contact Service Logan help?
Separated parents who have a court order or parenting plan/agreement in place. We welcome clients of all ethnicity, cultures, religions and abilities.