Since 2016 the Family Visitation Program has provided non-therapeutic supervised visitation by volunteers and staff for parents and other family members with their separated child(ren). Founded upon recommendation by Jefferson County Family Court, it fulfills the unmet need for affordable visitation services for non-foster care cases. Sliding scale fees for services endangers most families an opportunity to bond with their child(ren) while ultimately helping reduce future CPS/child welfare system intervention.
Natasha Delaney has always had an interest in working with children and families. Upon graduating high school, she enrolled in Jefferson Community College for Human Services and later transitioned to Early Childhood Education. She has now re-entered the Human Services program through Empire State College and is anticipating graduating with her bachelor’s degree.