Le centre de visites supervisées de l’Armée du Salut procure un environnement sûr, neutre et axé sur les besoins des enfants pour faciliter les visites et les échanges, sous la supervision d’un personnel et de bénévoles qualifiés.
Le centre de visites supervisées de l’Armée du Salut s'engage à offrir aux personnes handicapées l’accès aux mêmes biens et services dont bénéficient les autres clients, conformément à la Loi de 2005 sur l'accessibilité pour les personnes handicapées de l'Ontario.
Le programme de visites supervisées de l'Armée du Salut est financé par le ministère du Procureur général, et offert conjointement avec l'Armée du Salut des comtés de Frontenac, de Lennox et d'Addington.
When parents separate or divorce, visits with their children may become difficult. The Salvation Army Supervised Access Centre strives to provide a neutral, safe and child-focused setting where visits and exchanges can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers. We remain committed to those children and parents caught in conflict and needing a safe place to maintain or build relationships between the children and the non-residential parent. The program is funded by the Ministry of Attorney General and is delivered in partnership with The Salvation Army Kingston Citadel to the counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington.
Thank you for all your patience and efforts during these past two years, as we’ve navigated through this pandemic together. As we continue to follow The Salvation Army and Public Health’s lead in our reopening plans, please be guided by the following updates:
CLEANING: We will continue all cleaning and sanitizing protocols that were established during the pandemic as these have proven to be a proactive defence against the spread of germs and viruses of all kinds in our Centers.
MASKS & PPE: As of March 21, 2022, masking will be voluntary. Three-layer masks will be available for parents and children at their discretion. Family Monitors will continue wearing masks, physical distancing, and using plexiglass patricians as added safety measures.
PASSIVE SCREENING: While recorded screening requirements are no longer required, it is crucial we continue to use the self screening tools that have been posted at the entrances and adhere to all local Public Health guidelines and recommendations.
IN-PERSON SERVICES (GUESTS & FOOD):
VISIT LENGTH INCREASE: Parenting time has been extended to 1 hour (60 minutes) for all families starting April 7, 2022. We are not offering Virtual Visits.
Our administrative hours are Tuesday-Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm. Please call us at the office at 613-542-8533 (Kingston) or 613-354-8287 (Napanee)
Thank you for your understanding, stay safe!
Due to inclement weather the decision may be made to close The Salvation Army Supervised Access Centre. A decision to close the Centre is not taken lightly but is made when participant and staff safety is at potential risk.
Decisions sometimes happen quickly and are made with the best information we have at the time. The Centre's guiding principle in making these decisions is always the safety of participants, staff and volunteers at each of our centres.
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