Hannah's House literally saved the life of my son. Before supervised exchanges, he'd come to me bruised, and with only underwear. That was when he'd show. Other parent claimed I didn't show for exchanges at her sister's home, even though I'd be parked on street waiting every Wed. for 3 hours. I left in tears nearly week. There was severe violence every time I went to pick up my son, and video-taping was recommended by the police to show that I was not iniating violence angainst 4 to 5 men with my son watching. I went to police to photograph the head to toe bruises & black eyes of my 3 year old boy, but the other parent claimed I did it. Those were truly the saddest days of his life & mine - full of suffering and no end in sight. We were fortunate enough to get in this excellent program. There was no bias shown to me - a non-custodial father. Instead, the bruising, the no-shows, the slaps, and pinching done by the other parent were documented by 3rd party observers. The other parent was ordered to a month of supervised visits in which the 3 year old child was subjected to insults, slaps, and even biting. Without Hannah's my son was headed towards a dark future, and lots of pain & suffering. Hannah's does the dirty work that no one else in society is willing to step forward and do...they stand up for children, even in the face of countless threats of violence. We all say we will defend society's children - they actually do it. My son is now a well adjusted, loving, & decent human being. He is in the top 1% in his Medical School, and will graduate a year early. NONE of this would have been possible without the heroic work of the staff & director of Hannah's - who simply do the right thing regardless to personal risk. I can assure you I'm only 1 of hundreds of families positively touched by this organization. It may be tough to be a parent during rough times, but it is tougher on the child. That is what Hanna's is all about - helping children. They wouldn't be around 20 years if they were not doing outstanding work!