ABOUT US | BRIEF HISTORY
1991 - The Ministry of the Attorney General consults with the Ontario Women's Directorate and the Ministry of Community and Social Services and initiates the Supervised Access Pilot Project consisting of 14 centres across the province.
1994 - The Institute for Child Studies at the University of Toronto conducts a comprehensive evaluation of the program. The Supervised Access Pilot Program receives on-going funding from the Ministry of the Attorney General and becomes the Supervised Access Program.
1999 - The Ministry of the Attorney General expands the program to 22 additional court districts across the province.
2000 - The government commits funding for province-wide expansion to provide supervised access services in each court district across Ontario.