Lacking State Funding, Supervised Visitation Center In Lebanon Ends Services For N.H. Families
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One of New Hampshire’s three supervised visitation centers is ending its services for families in the Upper Valley.
Waypoint in Lebanon provided supervised visits so that kids could see their non-custodial parents. These visits are often arranged for families affected by domestic violence, mental illness or a contentious divorce.