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Domestic Violence Evaluation & Classes

We offer affordable Domestic Violence Evaluations & Classes at the request of the court, social services, or probation department. Partner and individual Abuse Intervention Program consists of a two-hour individual intake/orientation session and at least 24 1.5-hour weekly group sessions. Domestic violence evaluations are conducted in person and the interview typically last 1.5 to 3 hours. The following themes are discussed, each during three consecutive sessions:

Abuse and Cultural Context

Domestic violence can affect anyone, but the ways in which it appears may manifest itself or be received differently depending on the setting in which it occurs. Cultural context can play a large role in a survivor’s decision to leave an abusive relationship. The specific cultural setting may be determined by your race, gender, sexuality, class, education, or any number of factors.

In the United States, a country with various and overlapping forms of social, economic, and political discrimination along precisely these lines, certain communities experience heightened vulnerability to domestic violence.

Warning Signs of Abuse

At the start of a new relationship, it’s not always easy to tell if it will later become abusive. In fact, many abusive people appear like ideal partners in the early stages of a relationship. Possessive and controlling behaviors don’t always appear overnight and may emerge and intensify as the relationship grows.

Every relationship is different and domestic violence doesn’t always look the same. One feature shared by most abusive relationships is that the abusive partner tries to establish or gain power and control through many different methods, at different moments.

Plan for Safety



You are never to blame for the abusive actions of others. While responsibility for ending abusive behavior is your partner’s and theirs alone, there are several steps you can take to protect yourself on your path to long-term safety.

You Deserve A Healthy Relationship.

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