Sookmyung Women's University and the Korean Institute for Healthy Family (KIHF) signed a business agreement on August 10 to strengthen support for their Child Visitation service. This service supports uneducated parents and their children. The two organizations have promised to combine their professional support to promote child welfare through this agreement. They will provide professional psychological counseling to service users, promote and support mutual development, and develop other projects that can increase social value. The convention ceremony was held at Centennial Hall, and officials from both sides attended, including Chang Yunkeum, Sookmyung Women's University President, and Kim Keumok, board chairperson of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family. "Through this business agreement, we are expected to contribute to creating a healthier society," said President Chang. Kim, the board chairperson, added, "The agreement is expected to support the safe and healthy growth of children by providing professional counseling, such as child counseling, to users of the service. We will continue to work hard to promote the welfare of children of single-parent families." The KIHF is an institution that efficiently and systematically supports family policies to enhance family life and quality and strengthen family capabilities. It also strives to maintain and develop healthy family life. The Child Visitation service has been in place since 2016, and in 2021, it has been pushing to expand the service area in connection with ten Healthy Family Support Centers. In addition, they are working to provide continuous services online as well as supporting face-to-face service as the social distancing level is elevated due to COVID-19. Additional information on the institution can be found on the official website of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family, and information on the convention ceremony can be found on the official website of Sookmyung Women's University.