Domestic Violence Intervention Programs

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    Programs that offer classes or groups, sponsor victim panels or provide other interventions which help domestic violence offenders understand and take responsibility for their acts of violence and abuse; realize that their behavior is the result of their desire to gain power and control over their partner's life; and make a decision to stop their abuse by looking at the damaging effects of their actions on their relationships, partners, children and themselves. The group sessions address the tactics of power and control; describe the cycle of abuse; challenge stereotypical gender role expectations; and help abusers identify and articulate their feelings and recognize behavior, emotional and physical cues which signal escalating anger. Participants learn problem solving skills, negotiation and conflict resolution skills, stress management techniques, communication and listening skills and other skills that will help them develop and maintain positive, healthy partnerships; and may be ordered by the court to attend or self refer. The victim panels provide a venue which enables volunteers who have been subjected to abuse to describe the treatment they have endured and the impact on their lives.

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    Alliance for Community Empowerment Program (ACE), Union of Pan Asian CommunitiesIs a partnership of community organizations working together to address the effects of community violence, strengthen families and empowers San Diego’s Central Region youth, adults and families. Services include: The Mobile Response Team Responds to acts of violence in the community in order to provide support, referrals and resources for those in need. Leadership Academy is available to adolescents (ages 12-17) focusing on: -Enhanced belief and value system -Positive self-esteem -Family respect -Academic importance -Community pride -Violence and gang prevention Teen Empowerment(ages 12-17) provides education, awareness, and strategies to overcome gang culture and delinquent behavior. Parent Empowerment is offered to help parents or caregivers identify and/or approach children they suspect may be gang affiliated or otherwise engaged in delinquent behavior. Strengthening Families (ages 10-14) A Parent-Child interactive course that promotes positive parenting, children’s life skills and overall family unity. Parents and their child will have the opportunity to develop a stronger relationship, understand each others perspectives and develop mutual respect. Grief Support Services provides support for adults affected by the trauma of violence or grief counseling. Certified Grief Recovery Specialists provide this service in three different formats: -Individualized counseling through home or office visits -Bi-monthly peer based grief support -Grief Recovery Method, a 10 week curriculum designed to assist moving beyond various forms of loss and on to recovery. CentralAlliance for Community Empowerment Program (ACE), Union of Pan Asian CommunitiesUnion of Pan Asian Communities
    Counseling Services, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - EscondidoProvides general counseling services, including individual, family, couple, and group counseling. Offers support groups and classes for parenting, anger management, domestic violence, women's and men's relationships, and youth issues. Provides court-ordered and non-court-ordered services to victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Offers 52-week domestic violence classes for Spanish and English-speaking males and for English-speaking women. Provides school-based outpatient mental health services to children who receive Medi-Cal and attend specified schools in the North County area.North InlandCounseling ServicesPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Counseling Services, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - FallbrookProvides general counseling services, including individual, family, couple, and group counseling. Offers support groups and classes for parenting, anger management, domestic violence, women's and men's relationships, and youth issues. Provides court-ordered and non-court-ordered services to victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Offers 52-week domestic violence classes for Spanish and English-speaking males and for English-speaking women. Provides school-based outpatient mental health services to children who receive Medi-Cal and attend specified schools in the North County area.North InlandCounseling ServicesPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Counseling Services, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - PowayProvides general counseling services, including individual, family, couple, and group counseling. Offers support groups and classes for parenting, anger management, domestic violence, women's and men's relationships, and youth issues. Provides court-ordered and non-court-ordered services to victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Offers 52-week domestic violence classes for Spanish and English-speaking males and for English-speaking women. Provides school-based outpatient mental health services to children who receive Medi-Cal and attend specified schools in the North County area.North InlandCounseling ServicesPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Counseling Services, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - VistaProvides general counseling services, including individual, family, couple, and group counseling. Offers support groups and classes for parenting, anger management, domestic violence, women's and men's relationships, and youth issues. Provides court-ordered and non-court-ordered services to victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Offers 52-week domestic violence classes for Spanish and English-speaking males and for English-speaking women. Provides school-based outpatient mental health services to children who receive Medi-Cal and attend specified schools in the North County area.North CoastalCounseling ServicesPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Crossroads Domestic Violence Group Counseling, Center for Community SolutionsProvides domestic violence group counseling to victims of domestic violence and to batterers. Accepts persons referred by the court, CPS, and Probation.EastCrossroads Domestic Violence Group CounselingCenter for Community Solutions
    Domestic Violence Intervention ProgramOffers comprehensive, court approved, 52-week domestic violence intervention and treatment program that is designed to end violence in relationships by changing attitudes and behaviors that lead to violence.North CoastalDomestic Violence Intervention ProgramNorth County Lifeline
    Domestic Violence Prevention, Center for Community Solutions, CoastalProvides basic education on interpersonal violence as well as violence prevention education and healthy relationships classes, workshops, and professional training. Violence prevention topics include sexual assault, date rape, drug assisted rape, domestic violence, child sexual abuse prevention puppet show, trauma and recovery, sexual harassment in the workplace, impact of violence on child development, teen dating violence, and self-defense. Prevention topics include healthy relationship development, conflict resolution, positive youth development, healthy parenting, assertiveness, and healthy boundaries in relationships. On-going primary prevention programs include a beach area Teen Leadership Center and Healthy Start Family Resource Center and a culture-specific community development and domestic violence prevention/intervention program in Mid-City.North CentralDomestic Violence PreventionCenter for Community Solutions
    Domestic Violence Program, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - EscondidoProvides a court approved domestic violence treatment program for both, male and female perpetrators. The program includes therapy groups, assessments, and 52 two hour therapy sessions. Offers anger management, parenting classes, and discussion groups.North InlandDomestic Violence ProgramPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Domestic Violence Program, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - FallbrookProvides a court approved domestic violence treatment program for both, male and female perpetrators. The program includes therapy groups, assessments, and 52 two hour therapy sessions. Offers anger management, parenting classes, and discussion groups.North InlandDomestic Violence ProgramPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Domestic Violence Program, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - PowayProvides a court approved domestic violence treatment program for both, male and female perpetrators. The program includes therapy groups, assessments, and 52 two hour therapy sessions. Offers anger management, parenting classes, and discussion groups.North InlandDomestic Violence ProgramPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Domestic Violence Program, Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc - VistaProvides a court approved domestic violence treatment program for both, male and female perpetrators. The program includes therapy groups, assessments, and 52 two hour therapy sessions. Offers anger management, parenting classes, and discussion groups.North CoastalDomestic Violence ProgramPalomar Family Counseling Service, Inc
    Family Violence Intervention, Women's Resource CenterOffers a 52-week intervention and treatment program for domestic violence abusers. Program includes education and group, individual, or couples therapy. Meets requirements for court-ordered ex-offenders. Classes are offered for men and women in English. Also offers a class for males in Spanish only.North CoastalFamily Violence InterventionWomen's Resource Center
    San Diego Domestic Violence CouncilWorks to reduce and prevent domestic violence by enhancing the response of service providers. Provides a forum for interaction and information exchange among agencies and makes recommendations to policy makers. Provides educational and training programs to people who work with battered women and children (police, doctors, teachers, and counselors). Holds monthly meetings and an annual national conference on domestic violence.CentralSan Diego Domestic Violence CouncilSan Diego Domestic Violence Council

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