Supervised Access


NicoleNicole Cartier

Nicole is the program director of the supervised access program, as well as Touchstone’s director of quality assurance. With a formal education from the University of British Columbia and Curtin University in Western Australia, Nicole brings a mix of practical knowledge and skill set to her positions, having worked front line for many years in the access program she now oversees. Nicole enjoys working in the collaborative Touchstone environment; so much so, she arrives at the office most days before sunrise.


brianaAmber Hoffart

Amber comes from a background of human resources, psychology, and marketing. She has always been passionate about the mental health and wellbeing of others, and decided to make a career switch from corporate to social services work! With formal education from the University of Saskatchewan, and practical skills from past work experiences, Amber brings a wealth of knowledge and empathy to Touchstone Family Association. She is very happy to be a part of the Family Preservation and Reunification team as a Supervised Access worker.



Briana Cook

Briana is the program coordinator of both the Supervised Access program and the Building Safer Communities (BSC) program. She has knowledge and skills gained from formal education and practical experience in the Child and Youth Care field. Briana joined Touchstone Family Association in 2015 and looks forward to many more years supporting Richmond based families.


leylaLeyla Roozbeh

Leyla is a full-time elementary school teacher with the Richmond School District. She is excited to be a part of the Supervised Access Program! She brings a wealth of experience working with children, youth, and community members. Being of mixed ethnicity, Leyla can communicate in four different languages and looks forward to further helping the diverse community of Richmond.