SOS Child Visitation and Exchange Center (CVEC) offers a comfortable, home-like setting for families who are in need of visitation or monitored exchange services. Evening and weekend visits with children are options available to families.
- Visitation services are for children and their non-custodial parent
- Monitored exchanges allow children to be exchanged from one parent to another devoid of physical or verbal contact between adults
- Trained supervisors and security are present during services
- Referrals are accepted
For more information or to schedule an intake, call 620-342-0076 or send us an email.
A supervised visit allows children to have positive contact with a non-custodial parent in a positive environment. The staff observes the visit between adult and child. Security is provided. Visits are one hour in length. Games, books and toys are available for use during services.
A monitored exchange involves the transfer of children from one parent to another without conflict or violence. It takes place in a neutral and child-friendly atmosphere and focuses on the safety and well-being of the child. Respect and courtesy are given to both parents.
Some families are self-referred and choose to use the CVEC to help them feel safe and comfortable during exchanges and visits. Other families are referred to the CVEC by the court, mediator, attorney, community agency or law enforcement.
As a nonprofit agency, CVEC services are provided at a small fee:
- Intake (if reside within service area): $25
- Intake (if reside outside service area): $30
- Visitation: $10
- Exchange: $5 per client, per exchange
Clients must complete an intake prior to services beginning. The SOS service area consists of Lyon, Coffey, Osage, Greenwood, Morris and Chase counties. Payment may be made in cash only.
The SOS Child Visitation & Exchange Center is located at 25 W. 5th in Emporia. Call 620-342-0076 to schedule an intake appointment or for more information.
SOS Child Visitation & Exchange Center
P.O. Box 1191
Emporia, KS 66801
Supported in part by United Way of the Flint Hills