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Domestic Violence Intervention

The Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP) is a 26-week program designed for individuals to learn alternatives to violence and controlling behaviors, the impact of domestic violence on all involved, identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, and more.


  • Goal Setting
  • Abuser Self-Evaluations
  • Accountability
  • Benefits of Stopping Abuse
  • Objectifying/Entitlement
  • Ending Relationships Respectfully
  • Jealousy
  • Roadblocks to Communication
  • Dishonesty/Lying (Passive/Active)
  • Focus on Positive Attributes of Partner
  • Self Care
  • The Bully

DVIP is held at the main Steps to HOPE office and is facilitated by a trained professional. Classes are taught in a weekly group setting to promote feedback and participation alongside education. It is an environment where participants can share their experiences and hold each other accountable. The Domestic Violence Intervention Program is certified by the North Carolina Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission in compliance with State Statute NCAC Section .0700, Chapter 17.

To learn more or register for the program, please call us at (828)-894-2340. 

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