Relationship Based Visitation
Relationship Based Visitation (also known as “RBV”) is a demonstration program that provides a NEW SERVICE for eligible DHS families. The service is provided by local agencies, and consists of individualized parent education and coaching that occurs during a parent-child visit.
This service is provided by a local community agency and consists of a parent
education and coaching program custom designed to fit families’ specific needs and interests. When parents participate in the service parents will be working one on one with a parent educator/coach before, during and after visits with your child(ren).
RBV uses a nationally recognized program, called the Nurturing Parenting Program, to help parents develop and enhance your parenting knowledge and skills in a number of areas including:
- The growth and development of children,
- Managing anger and stress,
- Managing and communicating feelings,
- Understanding and using discipline,
- Developing empathy, and Establishing nurturing routines.
Information for Caseworkers
Information for Parents
|Curriculum Info Nurturing Skills for Oregon Families||What is the Relationship Based Visitation Program (RBV)?||Preliminary Results for RBV Providers|
|Talking Points for Release of Information (ROI) 2099 Form|
|RBV Program Description for DHS|