There are four national technical assistance providers for the Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program (Supervised Visitation Program). They are:
The Center for Court Innovation (The Center) offers free technical assistance, supported by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), to jurisdictions across the United States interested in creating or expanding existing family, civil, criminal, and integrated domestic violence court projects. The Center is the OVW designated comprehensive TA provider to Justice for Families grantees providing support to courts, supervised visitation centers, civil legal service providers and other legal system stakeholders. The Center has created materials on supervised visitation such as Enhancing Collaboration Between Domestic Violence Courts and Supervised Visitation Services and Supervised Visitation: What Courts Should Know When Working with Supervised Visitation Programs to provide support and guidance to courts and communities. For more information or technical assistance, please visit: http://www.courtinnovation.org/.
Inspire Action for Social Change (Inspire Action) provides support, leadership, and technical assistance to organizations, communities, and institutions working to end violence against women and children by providing: customized training, facilitation, on-site support, telephone consultation, and national and regional training events.
Inspire Action develops and delivers customized trainings designed to meet the unique needs of organizations, communities, and institutions working to end violence against women. They facilitate community readiness to develop practices that enhance safety for women and children, provide technical assistance to organizations working to end violence against women and children and technical assistance and training on post-separation advocacy for battered women and children.