May is Supervised Visitation Awareness Month
Facts about Parental Involvement
- Children who have parental support are likely to have better health as adults.
- Students with involved parents tend to earn higher grades, have better social skills, and are more likely to graduate and go on to post-secondary education.
- Children are more likely to be socially competent and have better communication skills when they have parents who are sensitive to their needs and emotions.
- Teens who are monitored by their parents are one-quarter as likely as teens with “hands-off” parents to smoke, drink, and use drugs.
For more information visit the Supervised Visitation Network Website or call our Visitation Coordinators. In Sheridan: call Lisa at 307-675-1967. In Buffalo: call Shannon at 307-684-2446