The Access and Visitation Program is a resource for non-custodial parents to seek access to and visitation with their children. There are five access and visitation coordinators in six judicial districts that work directly with non-custodial parents who want to have visitation with their children but have limited or no contact with them. The coordinators assist non-custodial parents in removing barriers that prevent them from visiting their children.
Non-custodial parents, both mothers and fathers, who are experiencing barriers in gaining access to and visitation with their children. This includes:
- Married and unmarried non-custodial parents with
- Existing visitation and custody court orders
- Child support orders established from the Department of Social Services
- Private child support orders
- Parents who do not have existing court orders for visitation, custody or child support.
The program emphasizes that fathers, the majority of clients served, should have an active role in their children's lives.
Norma BoydTelephone(919) 890-1211EmailNorma.B.Boyd@nccourts.org