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Ahimsa

added 12/06/2001

Domestic violence perpetrator programme based in Plymouth, England. Also offers support & counselling service for women survivors, risk assessment service for family law/child protection practitioners, training and consultancy in the field of domestic violence (International).
Service Region: Devon, England

Alternatives to Domestic Aggression (ADA)

added 10/21/1996

This is a program from the Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County. ADA provides batterer intervention services in Michigan and posts programmic materials on their webpage.

Caring Dads

added 04/19/2011

This site is a resource for community agencies and individuals wishing to learn more about the Caring Dads program. Caring Dads is an intervention program designed for men who have abused or neglected their children or exposed them to abuse of their mothers. The manual for the 17 week group treatment program is available on the site.

Change Step- Group for Male Veterans

added 09/12/2012

A pilot program for veterans who have used abusive behaviors with their intimate partners provided by the Domestic Abuse Project. DAP draws upon its more than 32 years of evidence-based work with men in a psycho-educational group to help them end abusive behaviors and replace them with actions that build and support healthy relationships. CHANGE STEP uses a similar approach to develop and implement a program tailored specifically to veterans of the armed services. It will incorporate the impact of military culture, deployment and resulting separation from family and the effects of combat.

Domestic Abuse Counseling Center

added 06/30/1997

A non-profit organization whose mission is to end partner violence in western Pennsylvania through counseling abusers; collaborating with social service agencies, criminal justice systems, victim-advocate agencies, and health organizations; and promoting public awareness and education.

Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs

added 01/25/2011

The Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP) is a nonprofit community organization that collaborates with community agencies such as law enforcement, criminal and civil courts, and human service agencies to provide an institutional advocacy response to battering.
It coordinates intervention in cases involving violence against women in a way that centralizes their safety and autonomy.
The DAIP also seeks to eliminate offender's opportunities and inclination to abuse. It offers men's nonviolence classes for volunteer, court ordered and church referred men, education groups for women whose partners are in the men's programs, and a group for victims of battering who have use illegal violence against their batterer.

Domestic Abuse Project

added 05/20/2000

Domestic Abuse Project is a multi-service agency for battered women, men who batter and their children serving the Minneapolis area. Dynamics of Domestic Violence Presentation is one of many training resources available from DAP. Other resources include manuals on groupwork with various populations and a manual on program evaluation.

Dove, Inc., Domestic Violence Program

added 06/04/2008

Dove is a coalition of religious organizations, volunteers, and advocates that seeks to coordinate efforts to address unmet human needs and social injustices. Dove works for justice, equality and understanding among all people.

Emerge: Counseling and Education to End Domestic Violence

added 05/30/2002

Organization offers group counseling for men who have verbally, mentally or physically abused a woman in a relationship. Includes discussion of the connection between domestic violence and child abuse. Website includes information on domestic violence, information for partners, battered women programs, training for counselors, resource links and more.
Service region: Cambridge, Quincy, Lowell, and Roxbury, Massachusetts

Men Stopping Violence

added 06/18/1996

Men Stopping Violence is a group of men in Atlanta, GA, working to end male violence against women. Services include training and consultation and a batterers intervention program.

Men's Resource Center of Western Massachusetts

added 02/11/2002

The mission of the Men's Resource Center is to support men, challenge men's violence, and develop men's leadership in ending oppression. Services include support groups, a youth education program, men overcoming violence programs, fathering services, Voice Male magazine, and public education trainings.

Standards For Batterers Intervention Programs

added 05/16/2006

Batterer Intervention Program in the Central Indiana Program, Certified by the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence. A site dedicated to helping persons seek information, counseling and other resources which aim to intervene in both male and female batterers lives.

The Family Place

added 11/02/2000

Services include a 24-hour hotline for survivors (214-941-1991) and a separate hotline for abusers (214-692-8295); emergency shelter and supportive living transitional housing; children's therapeutic program; hospital emergency room battered women's intervention program; teen dating violence program; outreach services; batterers' intervention and prevention program; a speakers bureau, resources for incest, court advocacy program, bilingual services, and more.

The Non-Violence Alliance

added 08/21/2001

NoVA is a Family and Partner Violence education and counseling agency in Connecticut specializing in individual and group counseling, family violence education programs. They provide batterer intervention, presentations for community and student organizations, consulting for violence and abuse in the workplace, and corporate trainings and presentations.