Supervised Visitation Centers in Massachusetts

Reviewed February 2020

Each of the centers listed here is a member of the Massachusetts Coalition for Supervised Visitation. They receive state funding to serve families affected by domestic violence or that otherwise need supervised contact between children and family members. There are also individual and organizational members of the Coalition that do not receive funding from the state. You can contact the programs listed below for details.

Barnstable County

  • Family & Community Resources, Inc. - Hyannis
    Court Ordered Visitation Program
    35 Winter Street Suite 100B
    Hyannis, MA 02601
    phone: 508-778-1980
    fax: 508-771-1935
    Case Manager: Carole Brassard

Berkshire County

  • Elizabeth Freeman Center
    43 Francis Avenue
    Pittsfield, MA 01201
    phone: 413-499-2425
    fax: 413-443-3016

Bristol County

  • Seven Hills Behavioral Health Safe Child Visitation Center
    1402 Pleasant Street
    Fall River, MA 02723
    phone: 508-646-3521

Dukes County

  • Martha's Vineyard Community Services
    11 Edgartown Road
    Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
    phone: 508-693-7900
    fax: 508-693-7192
    TTY 508-684-8176
    [email protected]

Nantucket County

  • A Safe Place, Inc. Supervised Visitation Program
    24 Amelia Drive
    Nantucket, MA 02554
    phone: 508-228-0561
    fax: 508-228-8825

Essex County

  • Alternative House — Haverhill
    PO Box 2100
    Lowell, MA 01851
    phone: 978-937-5777
    fax: 978-937-5595

Franklin County

  • Franklin County Children's Visitation Program
    a program of the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition
    479 Main Street
    PO Box 520
    Greenfield, MA 01302
    phone: 413-772-0871 x119
    [email protected]

Hampden and Hampshire Counties

  • YWCA Visitation Centers
    1 Clough Street
    Springfield, MA 01118
    phone: 413-732-3121
    fax: 413-747-0542
  • YWCA Visitation Center — North
    1 Clough Street
    Springfield, MA 01118
    phone: 413-732-3121
    fax: 413-747-0542
  • Specialized Counseling Services, Inc.
    380 Union Street
    West Springfield, MA 01089
    phone: 413-731-5582
    fax: 413-731-7999

Middlesex County

  • Alternative House — Lowell
    PO Box 2100
    Lowell, MA 01851
    phone: 978-937-5777
    fax: 978-937-5595
  • SMOC Kidspace
    300 Howard Street
    Framingham, MA 01702
    phone: 508-962-2643
    fax: 508-872-4264
    [email protected]
  • Childsafe Visitation Center
    945 Concord St.,
    Framingham, MA 01475
    phone: 978-660-1065
    fax: 617-249-0224
    [email protected]
  • The Guidance Center - Meeting Place
    5 Sacramento Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    phone: 617-354-2275, Ext.145
    fax: 617-547-4356
  • Jeanette McCue, MA, LMHC
    Somerville, MA
    phone: 617-997-6645
    [email protected]

Norfolk County

  • Family & Community Resources, Inc - Quincy
    Court Ordered Visitation Program
    180 Old Colony Ave.
    Quincy, MA
    phone: 508 584-2809 x 209
    fax: 508 588 6186
    Coordinator of Visitation Services: Dieja Varela,
    Director of Visitation Services: Catherine Stowe [email protected]


Plymouth County

  • Family and Community Resources - Brockton
    500 Belmont Street Suite 302
    Brockton, MA 02301
    phone: 508-584-2809 x 209
    fax: 508-588-6186
    Coordinator of Visitation Services: Dieja Varela,
  • Seven Hills Behavioral Health - Family Center
    64 Industrial park Road
    Plymouth, MA
    phone: 508-927-8888

Suffolk County

  • Children's Services of Roxbury Family Visitation Program
    520 Dudley Street
    Roxbury, MA 02119
    phone: 617-445-6655, Ext. 314
    fax: 617-445-0940

Worcester County

  • New Hope, Inc. MJ Leadenham Family Visitation Center
    24 Parks Ave.
    Worcester, MA 01605
    phone: 508-753-3146
    fax: 508 753 3148

Produced in 2008 by Attorneys Ellen Wilbur and Jeff Wolf, Community Legal Services & Counseling Center, an associate (non service provider) member of the MCSV.

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