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The Batterers Intervention Program is a 26-week gender specific Domestic Violence treatment that focuses on teaching individuals about distorted views of themselves and relationships, along with identifying irrational core beliefs about how relationships function. Participants are guided in exploring the challenges in their lives that contribute to poor emotional regulation and poor decision making. Participants are expected to remain accountable throughout their time in the program and are encouraged to understand that the program is a starting point for the change process, which will need to occur to end intimate partner violence.
Our Men’s Abuse Intervention Program provides an accountable and supportive setting for men to understand the role of male socialization, identify the ways they have been abusive or controlling of others, examine and change their beliefs about abuse, and practice acceptable alternatives to abuse. The program follows the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program (DAIP) Duluth Model, a psycho educational and skills-building curriculum. We also incorporate other approved programs into the program, such as the Emerge Model, Moral Reconation Therapy, and Caring Dad’s curriculum. Participants are guided through ten themes of the program, which include:
Our Women's Abuse Intervention Program allow for women to understand the root of their anger, and how to better control it. The causes of women's abusive behavior tend to be more complicated and somewhat different than men's abusive patterns. We focus on victimization issues common among women, such as managing trauma, assertiveness, and boundary setting. These groups focus on providing support to women who are either currently in or have been in an abusive relationship. The program follows the Turning Points Curriculum which provides structured ways to examine and come to terms with the context, scope, and meaning of violence in each participant’s daily life. The program educates women about domestic violence, clarifies its different forms, and makes visible the impact of domestic violence on the relationships and well-being of family members. Participants will be challenged to fully examine their use of violence, their motivations, and what their violence is actually doing.
The Anger Management Program (AMP) is designed to address offenses of violence between strangers, roommates, adult siblings, parent/adult child, in-laws, and neighbors. It is a 12-week group or individual counseling program that focuses on teaching participants several alternatives to acting out with anger or rage. Participants will analyze how thoughts and emotions affect decision making and responsible behavior; will learn and apply strategies to manage stress; learn strategies for preventing and resolving conflicts
We are an adult co-ed substance use disorder treatment facility. Our treatment model offers individualized care using evidence-based treatment modalities. We offer Substance Use Education Programs (ASAM .05), Outpatient Programs (ASAM 1.0), and Intensive Outpatient Programs (ASAM 2.1). We are certified by the South Carolina Department of Health as a Substance Abuse Outpatient Facility to provide various Level of Care (LOC) for substance abuse treatment. For detailed information, follow the link below.
Designed for individuals who have been ordered to complete services that address criminal and addictive patterns. This program utilizes a wide range of cognitive techniques to assist individuals in making progress in developing and maintaining a more responsible lifestyle. Individuals will take full accountability for their choices and become more considerate of how their choices affect others. The opportunity is presented for participants to move from a state of self-centeredness to a state of fulfilling their needs while at the same time considering others. This program targets client’s who may struggle with addictions, be involved in domestic violence situations, have criminal justice involvement, dysfunctional relationships, and/or codependency concerns. This program is a combination of individual and group treatment.
Targets mild-moderate-risk offenders convicted of sex-related offenses. Participants are assessed using the STABLE assessment instrument after which they enter into a counseling program for the purpose of addressing those specific factors which promote their sexual offending.