Update on in-person visitation

Update on in-person visitation

The governor’s proclamation on remote visitation has been extended (for apparently the final time) until August 31. DCYF has issued a clarification on the state of visits, and how they are moving back towards in-person visits.

The proclamation does not suspend or prevent in-person visits in any way.  It only allows flexibility to conduct remote visits where in-person cannot be carried out safely.
In-person visits can and should be provided in cases where health and safety protocols can be followed. 
Clarifying Proclamation 20.33 extension, DCYF

To help families re-start in-person visits, they’ve also provided these two lists of offices and other locations where visits can be held

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