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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

Research Findings

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