Community Justice Intervention Services
Domestic violence intervention programs work toward eliminating physical and psychological violence in relationships and families. The programs, which offer graduated levels of intensity, are directly tied to the statewide efforts to combat family violence. Program Coordinators also participate with local Domestic Violence Task Forces and the regional Domestic Violence Courts.
Family Violence Education Program
A pretrial program for male and female defendants that addresses the behavioral, cognitive, and social factors that contribute to violence and abuse and stresses the legal consequences and the consequences to children and families.
Domestic Violence Intervention Program
A program for male offenders that provides increased intensity and duration of services; and like all domestic violence programs, works closely with the law enforcement and the courts.
A 26-week group program for convicted male offenders under supervision of a probation officer and/or the court. The program is designed to address more complex and serious charges and co-occurring issues.
A 26-week, 52 session skills building, and culturally-competent, psycho-educational curriculum-based intervention for male offenders with female victims. EVOLVE is characterized by consistent judicial oversight with rapid response to violations, extensive specialized victim advocacy resources, and a graduated range of sanctions. The program is designed to address the most serious and highest risk cases.