P.E.I. wants program for children in high-conflict custody situations

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Children First Co-Parenting Support Services, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Seeking public partners for supervised access, exchange program

The province is looking to create a new program for children in high-conflict custody situations.

The department of Justice and Public Safety is seeking public partners for a supervised access and exchange program.

The objective of the program is to provide a safe and secure environment for supervised visits or exchanges of children between parents and caregivers.

"This program will help reduce a child's exposure to the difficult issues that parents are dealing with regarding custody and visitation and will alleviate the conflict that arises during visits or exchanges," said Premier Wade MacLauchlan, minister responsible for justice and public safety.

The department also hopes to have a site in each county across the province.

The community agency must provide a service that meets a variety of needs. Details are outlined in the Request for Expressions of Interests section on the government website.

Expressions of interest can be submitted through Procurement Services at (902) 368-4040 or procurementservices@gov.pe.ca

Organizations: Department of Justice and Public Safety, Procurement Services

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