Neutral Drop Off & Pick Up Centers
A program of the Parent Resource Center
Attn: Pamela J. Belisle, Director
Family Access Program provides services designed to help family members have access to one another on a consistent basis, in a neutral and safe setting, and with qualified staff providing close supervision. The program also provides a service that transfers children from one parent to another, in a conflict-free atmosphere.
The Family Access Program provides safe and supervised contact between children and parents in York and surrounding counties when conflict has disrupted access due to reasons including:
Please visit www.parentresourcecenter.info to access the Family Access intake form for court ordered services with our program. Once we receive a completed intake from BOTH custodial and non-custodial parent we will be in touch to schedule services.
HOME to HOME
P. O. Box 263, Brunswick, ME 04011-0263
Home to Home is dedicated to eliminating confrontations between separated or divorced parents for the benefit of the children involved. We provide:
- a safe setting to peacefully exchange children for visitations. Parents have no direct contact with each other during the exchange. Trained volunteers readily give their time to perform the exchanges.
For more information about peaceful exchanges at HOME to HOME, please contact:
SAFE FAMILY EXCHANGE
Safe Family Exchange (SAFE)
Provides a safe place for separated or divorced parents in Hancock County to peacefully exchange their children for court ordered visitations.
Exchanges are supervised and take place in neutral settings located in Ellsworth, Maine.
Hours of Exchanges are:
SOUTHERN KENNEBEC CHILD DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SKCDC) MONITORED EXCHANGE PROGRAM
337 Maine Ave.
Safe, supervised exchanges for parents in Southern Kennebec and surrounding counties who are divorcing, separating or living apart.
Monitored exchanges take place at a specific time at the SKCDC office, 337 Maine Ave., Farmingdale. The office is approximately 5 miles south of Augusta on Route 201 and within 3 miles of the Maine Turnpike and Interstate 295.
The Monitored Exchange Center operates from 7:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday or by appointment, determined at an intake interview.
For more information on the exchange center or to arrange an interview, contact Rita Fullerton, Program Administrator, at (207) 582-3110 ext. 27 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.