Family Care Monitoring Services, Inc.

Supervised Visitation Monitoring Services

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Looking for Part-Time Work? 

If you are interested in becoming a Supervised Visitation Monitor, you will need to register to take the 3 day, 24-hour training course. You can click on the links to the right to register, if you are interested in that particular training session.

Please keep in mind that if you attend the 3 day, 24-hour training session in another state, you will be responsible for travel and hotel expenses. 

If you are interested in becoming part of our family at FCMS, please click here to download and fill out our employment form. 

Providing Professional Supervised Monitored Visitation throughout the Greater Los Angeles County Area. 

We are members of the Supervised Visitation Network, providing professional supervised monitored visitation in Los Angeles. 

We strive to create an environment where all participants,

whether on-site or off-site, are able to interact together within

the court ordered guidelines and Family Court Standards 5.20

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Calendar of Events

24-Hour Monitored Training 

Online Training - Nationwide $495

Take classes in the comfort of

your own home!

May 18-20  $295-$349

Argosy University

​5230 Pacific Concourse Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

May 26-28

Gaslamp Quarter
964 Fifth Avenue, Suite 300 
San Diego, CA 92101

June 1, 2 & 8 $395

SRCAR Office-

26529 Jefferson Ave.

Murrieta CA 92562

June 15-17 $295-$349

Argosy University

​5230 Pacific Concourse Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045


2860 Gateway Oaks Dr. Ste. 400
Sacramento, California 95833

September 25, 27 & 28

SRCAR Office- 
26529 Jefferson Ave. 
Murrieta CA 92562

“Love doesn't make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile."

― F. Jones
​Our mission is to provide safe and neutral visitations for our children and families at risk to trauma and potential abuse during custody battles.