Family violence intervention programs are usually twenty-four-week state-approved programs where offenders or self-appointed people get together in group sessions for ninety minutes or more. FVIP programs are designed for people with charges dealing with battery, family violence, domestic violence, and other offenses of that nature.
Those who do not have a charge but know they have a habit or inclination of losing their temper and striking their significant other are also prime candidates for family violence intervention programs. The curriculum is designed to promote nonviolence in domestic relationships and families.
There are many ways to negotiate and be fair with your partner without being controlling. During the twenty-four weeks, you will learn how to become a more trustworthy and supportive person to your family or significant other. For example, knowing how to tell the truth and what to say when telling the truth is one way of becoming a more accountable person.
There are so many topics that can be discussed in family violence intervention programs, from good parenting to learning how to take responsibility which is one of the reasons why the program can be seen as long and extensive. If taken seriously and attended regularly, a person dealing with family violence issues can get the right type of intervention they need to make changes for not only themselves but for the generation to come. GET A FREE QUOTATION TODAY! Say Hello, 800-683-7745