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    The Co-Parenting Mediation Program helps to build bridges so children can transition between parents, while maintaining healthy relationships. If you are not receiving court ordered parent-time, in the Third District Court (Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties), the Co-Parenting Mediation Program may apply. If you are not represented by an attorney and are pro se, you may download and print off a Motion for Order to Show Cause Re: Contempt (Parent-time) from this website, fill it out, and file it with the clerk's office. A referral to mediation will be made, and a session will be scheduled to take place within 15 calendar days.

    The Co-Parenting Mediation Program may also provide information regarding parent-time services as an optional means of resolution. These services include supervised parent-time and neutral exchange services. These services are provided by private organizations located in the Salt Lake Valley.


    Office of Recovery Services
    Child Support Services
    515 East 100 South
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
    (801) 536-8500

    Co-Parenting Mediation Program
    450 South State Street
    P.O. Box 140241
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-0241
    (801) 578-3826
    Email: cpm@utcourts.gov

    Promoting Fatherhood
    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (fatherhood.hhs.gov)

    Supervised Visitation/Neutral Exchange Services

    Renaissance Services
    1399 South 700 East, Suite 15
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84105
    (801) 487-5883

    WillWin Services
    923 E Executive Park Drive(5350 S), Suite D
    Murray, Utah 84117
    (801) 281-0846

    Informative Websites

    Parenting Matters

    Minnesota Fathers & Family Network

    Freedom 22 Foundation

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


    The Utah State Courts mission is to provide the people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law.

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