Reunification Support Program

Brayden Supervision’s Reunification Support Program provides an alternative to families in which there has been a significant disruption in the child-parent relationship. Our supervision and support will ensure that the children are safe and that the parenting time is child- centered with a focus on reconnecting and rebuilding the child-parent relationship. This is achieved through assisting families to move forward from past experiences and conflict by developing healthy communication skills and trust.

Brayden Supervisors provide education, mentoring and coaching of parenting skills, based on age-appropriate child development needs to the parent. For the children, the supervisor assists in creating a safe environment and connection, so the children feel comfortable, heard and supported through the reintegration process. We recommend this program for families that have been without parenting time for more than six months.

The Supervisor and the Service Director work with the family to create an open line of communication of boundaries, expectations and activities for parenting time. This will be planned by length and content, based on the goals of family and to strengthen its relationship.

Brayden services are coordinated by regional Service Directors who assign Supervisors with the appropriate training, knowledge, and skills for the family receiving service. They remain available for consultation with the Supervisor to ensure that the service is effective. To encourage the development of a connection and the children to feel safe, the same supervisor will be utilized for the duration of the program.

Reunification Support is most successful when facilitated where the children feel the safest. We can provide services within the home, community and in our visit centres to provide observations of the parent's skills and abilities to provide safe care to their children. Brayden Service Directors work collaboratively with child welfare, social workers, or other professionals involved, to ensure the specific goals and objectives are being met in the planning and implementation of the service.


Brayden Supervisors have a university degree or college diploma in psychology, family studies, child and youth work, or related field. In addition they have been thoroughly screened through their references, and all have a current vulnerable persons police check. Further, they bring experience in working with families and children who are experiencing difficulties either due to mental health or developmental problems and/or in situations where the family conflict is significant.

Our Supervisors provide neutral, non-judgemental, safe and child-centred visits ensuring that all agreements and court directives are followed. Additionally, the Service Directors can respond to questions, concerns and emergencies, throughout all visit times, if they arise.

All services are on a fee-for-service basis. Rate increases on September 1, 2023.

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