Breaking Cycles Building Hope announces the delivery of supervised visitation services in Salem Oregon
Breaking Cycles Building Hope is highly delighted to announce the relaunch of its supervised visitation monitoring services offered to the following counties: Marion, Polk, Linn-Benton, Lane, Lincoln, Yamhill, Clackamas, Washington, and Multnomah. Breaking Cycles Building Hope was designed to address the state's deficit of safe and professional supervised visitation monitoring services. The agency offers visitations in the home, correctional facilities, in the community and most commonly on-site in their downtown Salem office. In conjunction with monitored visits, Breaking Cycles Building Hope also offers monitored child exchanges, therapeutic supervised visitations, phone and video conference calling monitoring as well as parent training and education.
Breaking Cycles Building Hope was established with the primary aim of offering evidence-based therapeutic services that address the broken cycles of the past, while empowering the client to take that experience and use it as a stepping stone to move forward.It’snot about changing who the client is as an individual; it’s about a complete renewal of the client’s life.
Breaking Cycles Building Hope has earned an outstanding reputation in the delivery of sophisticated and therapeutic based supervised visitation services leading to the satisfaction of their clients as well as positive reviews and referrals. Shanika Torres, the founder of Breaking Cycles Building Hope says, “I believe every parent is one poor choice away from needing supervised visitation services and that's the approach we embed in our work with all parties--we want parents to have safe visits with their children without feeling humiliated or stigmatized because they need our services. That said, we take our services very serious and make every precaution to ensure the safety and security of the minor children as well as the custodial parent."
Breaking Cycles Building Hope believes by adopting a therapeutic visitation modality, parents are given the opportunity to cultivate a relationship with their children through a variety of art activities, board games, movies and other activities that promote relational development. The agency integrates parenting skill training and treatment goals to ensure that parents are prepared to successfully transition to independent parenting time. Breaking Cycles Building Hope generally accepts court order edsupervised visitation requests while non-court ordered supervised visitation requests are accepted on a case-by-case basis.
In situations where there are traditional barriers like imprisonment, Breaking Cycles Building Hope facilitates prison visitation where the monitor accompanies the child to a correctional facility to visit with their parent so that the relationship continues despite traditional barriers. Breaking Cycles Building Hope operates 7 days a week, including all major holidays. For more information, to schedule a presentation about its services, or to inquire about fees please visit www.breakingcyclesbuildinghope.com or call the agency toll free at 888-453-3852
About Shanika Torres
ShanikaTorres is the founder and CEO of BreakingCycles Building Hope an agency involved in the delivery of supervised visitation services. She has a Master’s degree from George Fox University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network which is the governing body and gold standard of Professional Supervised Visitation Monitors globally.