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Why Ascending Families...

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Why Work with Us?

  • Impactful Work: As a member of our team, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and welfare of children and families during supervised visits. Your work directly helps the court make decisions that are in the best interest of the children. You ensure the frequency and duration of visitation and help families have regular and consistent access to their child(ren).

  • Professional Growth: At Ascending Families, LLC, we believe in investing in our team members' professional development. Whether you're starting your career or seeking new opportunities, we provide training and support to help you succeed. Your success is a direct reflection of our organization and we take pride in the onboarding process. You'll have 1:1 opportunities and learn from the best in the industry. The skills applied will catapult your career to the best level.

  • Community Engagement: Join our team as a contractor or volunteer to make a difference. You'll have the unique opportunity to collaborate with local organizations and learn about community resources to better serve families.

  • Commitment to Excellence: Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate and respectful services to families, ensuring the safety of the child, the adults and the monitor involved and prioritizing the best interest of the child at every stage of the visitation process.Community Partnerships: We collaborate with local organizations, judicial bodies, DFCS, family and probate court and community groups.

Entry Level PT Contractor

Supervised Visitation Monitor, you will play a vital role in facilitating supervised visits/exchanges and ensuring the safety and well-being of all parties involved. You will closely adhere to the Standards & Guidelines for Supervised Visitation Practices and maintain professionalism and compassion throughout all interactions.


  • Enforce Standards & Guidelines for Supervised Visitation Practices.

  • Anticipate and meet the needs of parents and children during supervised visits/exchanges.

  • Write observation reports promptly, focusing on facts, observations, and direct statements.

  • Intervene respectfully to guide interactions back on course when needed.

  • Report to Child Protective Services as mandated.

  • Debrief cases with the Company director as required.

  • Undertake ongoing compliance and training.

  • Fluency in Spanish or Vietnamese preferred.

  • Carry out additional duties as necessary.



  • Warm-heartedness towards families and children.

  • Punctuality and adherence to schedules.

  • Practical judgment and deadline management.

  • Risk identification and adaptability, with a readiness to seek assistance when necessary.

  • Resilience and professionalism in handling feedback from parents

  • Pleasant yet assertive demeanor.

  • Possession of a valid CA driver's license, automobile insurance, and reliable transportation.

  • Ability to pass Trust-Line background screening.

  • Flexibility to work afternoons, evenings, weekends, and possibly holidays.

  • Residence in North, East, or West Santa Clara County and/or Watsonville.

  • Completion of 24 hours of Uniformed Standards of Practice training (Standards 5.20)

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Why Choose Ascending Families, LLC?

  • Secretary for the Board of Directors of the California Association of Supervised Visitation Service Providers

  • Active Supervised Visitation Network member    

  • Collaborated with the Judicial Counsel and CASVSP

  • Contracted by DFCS to provide services for non-reunifying parents and children in dependency

  • Co-Founded Family Matters, SBC a 501c3 company

  • Cal Non Profit Member

  • Serves on the Resiliency Network Committee

  • Member of the Women’s Group of Hollister

  • Worked with Family Court Services to produce court orders for virtual visitation

  • Facilitates visitation for San Benito County Jail inmates

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