Domestic Violence Treatment

Domestic Violence Program for Female Offenders

Currently offered at Arvada location only

Purpose:

This program is a highly structured, interactive, educational, therapy group that is designed to help the female offenders develop new and effective coping mechanisms to deal with relationships, anger management, violence and its impact on the community and the family system.  The objectives of our curriculum meet the state mandated, specific requirements for female offenders.   This thirty-six week open-ended group allows for flexible entry points.

Topics:

  • Educate the offender about what domestic violence is
  • Confront the offender’s pro-criminal and violent attitudes 
  • Educate the offender regarding the change process
  • Identify and confront the offender’s issues of power and control
  • Increase the offender’s process of problem solving
  • Teach the offender self management techniques

Structure and Format: Each class combines state of the art information with experiential and written exercises designed to enhance the skill development and to reinforce learning.  Each group length is one-and-a-half hours in length.  

Male Domestic Violence Program

Currently offered at Arvada location only

Purpose:  

This program is a highly structured, interactive, educational, therapy group that is designed to help these offenders develop new and effective coping mechanisms to deal with relationships, anger management, violence and its impact on the community and the family system.  The objectives of our curriculum meet the state mandated, specific requirements for  male offenders.   This thirty-six week open-ended group allows for flexible entry points. We are current with the state standards and have understanding of the changes to be implemented to meet the unique needs of each individual client. 

Topics:

  • Educate the offender about what domestic violence is
  • Educate the offender regarding the change process

  • Identify and confront the offender’s issues of power and control

  • Increase the offender’s process of problem solving

  • Teach the offender self management techniques