When parents separate, access (visits or exchanges) with children may be a problem. Sometimes, difficulties arise at the time of the exchange of the child between the parents, or between the parent and a relative, such as a grandparent. Other times, there may be concerns about the visits themselves.

Centre York Centre offers families experiencing difficulties a way to deal with some of these problems. Supervised access centres provide a safe and secure setting where visits and exchanges can take place under the supervision of trained staff and volunteers.

Centre York Centre is funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General.