COVID-19: Visitation Services Update

Dear  Community Partners, Prospective Clients, and Prospective Volunteers,
As we safely navigate supporting our community during the pandemic, Family Bridge has chosen to temporarily suspend visitation services.

Family Bridge will continue to review CDC and Public Health guidelines related to  the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, as we consider the resumption of direct  services to children and families.

We anticipate resuming operations and serving families in the future and  will  have extensive safety protocols put in place to help ensure everyone’s safety. With these guidelines, we’re hopeful that our clients and our staff can remain healthy and safe.
Our will services will continue to be provided in a homelike setting in the City of Douglasville Police Department Community Center, located at the intersection of Warren & Hollis streets ( near downtown Douglasville, off West Strickland street, across the rail road tracks).

We are very thankful for the opportunity afforded Family Bridge as a provider of supervised visitation services to help families and children who are separated remain connected. We could not be more thankful to those who have believed in us and the mission of Family Bridge.

Thank you for entrusting Family Bridge in providing services for families and children in crisis.   We are truly grateful for your support and look forward to resuming direct services in the future.

Should you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email us at


Joy Bates and Ann Mathis

Family Bridge Visitation and Community Services Center

“restoring family relationships”