Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program

Men Against Violence / B.I.P.P.

Men Against Violence, works to change abusive behaviors by providing intervention and prevention services in an effort to bring equality in relationships.

 

Mission Statement:

It is the mission of men against violence to eliminate family violence by providing services to batterers, promoting safety for victims, and bringing about social change necessary to end battering and all other forms of relationship abuse.

 

The Program:

Participate actively in taking responsibility for their abusive behaviors
Explore ways to end violent behaviors
Learn non-abusive problem solving skills
Attend 24-week program, 1.5 hours of group
Explore a structured curriculum
English and Spanish groups
Evening groups
Trained community mental health providers co-facilitate the group process.

 

Program Cost (24 Week Program)

Initial Intake Fee: $35.00

Cost Per Group: $20.00

 

 

If you need further information, you can contact the Program Coordinator, Michelle Alvarado, on Monday's or Tuesday's at:

Phone (956) 664-2859

Fax (956) 664 -2876