We offer domestic violence classes to women, men and youth with specialized classes for business professionals and clergy.
Classes for Women
Our focus is on educating the individual or victim on the definition, dynamics and the cycle of domestic violence. Topics include: Power and Control, Why Victims Stay, No Contact Orders vs. Restraining Orders (Injunction for Protection), and Victim Compensation. (2 hours)
Classes for Men
Our focus is on educating the individual or victim on the definition, dynamics and the cycle of domestic violence. Topics include: Power and Control (gender-inclusive), Unhealthy Relationships, Recognizing the Signs, Shattering the Stigma, No Contact Order vs. Restraining Order (Injunction for Protection), Victim Compensation and Resources for Men. (2 hours)
Classes For Youth
Focus is on dating relationships, warning signs, power and control vs. equality (healthy relationships, date rape and victim compensation. (2 hours)
We also provide victim advocacy through victim compensation and resources and referrals to other agencies in the community.
Domestic Violence Training (Professionals)
Topics include: Definition of Domestic Violence, Understanding the Dynamics and Cycle of Domestic Violence, The Power and Control Wheel, Why Do Victims Stay, Myths vs. Facts About Domestic Violence, Affects of Domestic Violence on Children, Protection Orders and Bridging the Gap Between Victim Services Providers and the Community. (8 hours)
Domestic Violence Training (Clergy)
Topics include: Definition of Domestic Violence, Understanding the Dynamics and Cycle of Domestic Violence, Myths vs. Facts, Holding the Abuser Accountable, Victim Compensation, Building Relationships with Victim Service Providers in Your Community. (8 hours)
*Domestic Violence Classes for Professionals and Clergy are available upon request and there must be at least 10 students. Classes can be held at our location or we will travel to your location or one of your choice.
Fees: Please contact us for fee schedule