The Family Violence Intervention Program is a 24-week program that is designed to rehabilitate family violence offenders by holding them accountable and prioritizing victim safety.

The thinking, feeling, and behaviors of individuals are reflected on in efforts to stop the violence in their families and relationships.

Family Violence Intervention Program is focused on assisting individuals to learn new ways to interact with one another without the use of abusive and violent acts.

Domestic violence is a violent confrontation between household members that includes sexual assault, physical harm or fear of physical harm. Spouses or former spouses, dating relationships, adults related by blood or marriage, and biological or legal parent-child relationships are all included in family or household members.