Alternatives to Domestic Aggression – an intervention program for men who use intimate violence, Ann Arbor, MI.
Aquila Working Group – is dedicated to providing accurate, evidence-based information about batterer intervention programs and their impact on men who batter. We are committed to enhancing dialogue and public awareness about these programs and about the potential for change for many men who have a history of domestic violence. See Aquila Resources.
Batterer Intervention Program Services, Massachusetts Office of Health and Human Services.
Batterer Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan – 1) we will voice the batterer intervention perspective while keeping the needs of victims foremost; 2) we will provide a working forum for interaction and information sharing among agencies and individuals concerned with the provision of batterer intervention services in Michigan; and 3) we will create and maintain coordinated community actions that hold batterers accountable for their behavior and promote victim safety, autonomy and empowerment, Lansing, MI.
Common Purpose – a Boston-based batterer intervention program, has provided domestic violence intervention, treatment and prevention since 1989. The overriding goal of Common Purpose is to create safety — freedom from violence and fear — for the batterer’s partner and children. Men explore the intent and roots of their abuse and learn alternative behavior, Boston, MA.
Curriculum for Women Who Abuse, Nonviolent Alternatives, Franklin, IN.
Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs – a comprehensive community-based program for intervention in domestic abuse cases. It attempts to coordinate the response of the many agencies and practitioners who respond to domestic violence cases in our community. The project involves community organizing and advocacy that examines training programs, policies, procedures and texts—intake forms, report formats, assessments, evaluations, checklists and other materials, Duluth, MN.
"The Duluth Model": Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Wins Prestigious International Prize for Best Policy Worldwide, October 14, 2014.
Emerge Counseling and Education to Stop Domestic Violence – founded in 1977, Emerge was the first abuser education program in the nation. Since its creation, Emerge has been a national leader in working to end violence in intimate relationships. The mission is to eliminate violence in intimate relationships. In working toward this goal, Emerge seeks to educate individual abusers, prevent young people from learning to accept violence in their relationships, improve institutional responses to domestic violence, and increase public awareness about the causes and solutions to partner violence. With the development of parenting education groups for fathers, Emerge has recently expanded its mission to include a goal of helping men to become more responsible parents, Cambridge, MA.
Illinois Certified Partner Abuse Intervention Professionals – established to foster uniformity in domestic violence and partner abuse intervention services throughout the State of Illinois, and create recognized professions of Certified Domestic Violence Professionals and Certified Partner Abuse Intervention Professionals by setting standards to certify domestic violence and partner abuse intervention professionals and regularing the process of certification, La Grange, IL.
Men Creating Peace – trains batterers to stop their violence in community and jail settings and trains batterer intervention agency staff in the manalive model of violence prevention. Our goal is to help men stop their violence and recruit successful graduates to become community violence prevention and restoration activists, San Francisco, CA.
Men Stopping Violence – founded in 1982 based on the premise that men can work together with women to end men's violence against women. When MSV opened its doors, there was little being done to change the behavior of men who battered women. Over the years, MSV's methodology was carefully developed, tested, reviewed, and refined. This careful approach has established Men Stopping Violence as a national leader in the field of ending men's violence against women. While Men Stopping Violence works with individual men who batter, we are a social change organization. We know that lasting change involves challenging and changing the social norms and institutions that actively or implicitly condone and promote violence against women, Decatur, GA.
Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute at Indiana University of Pennsylvania – a consortium of academic and professional experts in the field of alcohol abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention, and related mental health issues, Indiana, PA.
New York Model for Batterer Programs, New York, NY.
No To Violence, Male Family Violence Prevention Association – a state-wide peak body of organisations and individuals working with men to end their violence and abuse against family members. Their mission is to: providing counseling, advisory, referral and education services to men who have inflicted or are at risk of inflicting violence on family members and to family members exposed to male family violence or the risk of male family violence. By doing this we week to work towards a world free of men's violence against family members, and where family members can live without the fear of violence, Richmond, VIC, AU.
Non-Violence Alliance – providing training, program development and direct interventions related to domestic violence perpetrators, Middletown, CT.
Offender Accountability, National Institute of Justice.