When parents are no longer able to communicate, child contact centres and services provide a neutral place for children to meet the mother or father who no longer lives at home with them. We won't take your partner's side, but we won't take your side either. We simply operate in the best interests of your child.
The centres are equipped with your child in mind, providing toys, games and facilities that reflect the diverse needs of children affected by family breakdown. If you have been referred to a child contact service or just want to find out more we have provided answers to some questions you may have. Alternatively you can call the NACCC information line between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. If you are not sure whether you need supported or supervised contact please see the answers to some of your questions.
- Answers to general questions about contact centres and services
- Answers to some of your questions about Supervised Contact.
- Answers to some of your questions about Supported Contact