SVN Chapters are NOT local offices of the Supervised Visitation Network but are actually networking groups of SVN members from a specific State or Region, which allows the opportunity to meet more frequently with others in their profession and work together to enhance service delivery, encourage and assist new programs, and establish important local contacts. Since Supervised Visitation programs are generally funded and regulated at a state level, if at all, State Chapters allow SVN members to provide a professional voice in decision-making. Without our presence, decisions will be made by advocates from other disciplines who will represent their specific views and priorities without consideration of the broader picture held by Supervised Visitation professionals.

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