ACCESS  Supervised Visitation Service                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Mission and Values Statement

ACCESS believes the following value statements to be essential and timeless:

ACCESS recognizes and affirms the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual.

treats all clients with dignity and respect.

acts with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way business is conducted.

ACCESS is committed to ongoing continuous training.
Rhonda Hohmann is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network. She is an approved provider for the Travis County Kids Exchange Network. 

The SVN Network consists of providers who voluntarily abide by a code of ethics developed by the Board of Directors of the Supervised Visitation Network.  The Kids Exchange Network  members voluntarily abide by the policies the Domestic Relations Office have developed for providers.
For information regarding the Ethics of the Supervised Visitation Network, (A Parent's Guide to Making Child-Focused Visitation Decisions) and more, click on this link :

The Travis County Kids Exchange Network listing is:  ACCESS by Rhonda Hohmann
 Information may be found by clicking here:

    Since 1999, Rhonda Hohmann has worked for non-profit agencies in the fields of family violence, child abuse and substance abuse.  Mrs. Hohmann implemented the supervised visitation  program for LifeSteps in 2005 and actively managed the program until 2010 when she began ACCESS. 

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