Domestic Violence Program
24-Week Educational Program Plus one Final Interview before completion letter provided.
Referrals for Substance Use Disorders Assessments and Education
What is harmful behavior? Any intentional or unintentional behavior, which hinders, hurts or creates fear in any individual.
What can anger management and domestic violence education prevent? Harmful behaviors, reduction in recidivism, and encouragement of community-focused behavioral changes encourage group members to become sustainable future-successful individuals.
Here, you will be treated with respect. We believe in developing rapport and encourage consistent accountability standards.
We also believe in the saying: Trust, but Verify.
Now Providing Individual in-person classes for those who are having tech issues. Call for rates and times available.
812 S. Fisk St. Suites #203/204 Green Bay, Wisconsin
1-(920)-404-4638 Text or call.
Monday phone case by case basis.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10 AM-8:00 PM
Fridays By appointment only.
Saturdays By appointment only
Wednesday Groups: 6-8 PM
Tuesday evenings 6-8 PM
Thursday evenings 5-7 PM
Individual Sessions for those with Tech issues available $40.00 Per session starting January 2021
Your message will be returned promptly within 24 hours.
Learn to choose a new way to live.
What Counts as Violence?
Effects of Violence on Children, Woman, and Society.
Reduce Negative Self Talk
Take Control of Your Choices
Find Support in a group setting to maintain a non-violent life
STOP program: Domestic Violence Assessments and Educational Program
Woman's Trauma focused Anger Management using the STOP program.
Catch the Spark For a Brighter Future
Find Your Anchor
We provide the tools to help you make changes, long-lasting changes for a brighter future. Without an anchor,
your life is adrift.
Catch the Spark is a new way to explore the Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic Triangle.
Take the Key
Unlock your potential. Take the key and open the door to knowledge. Give yourself a chance to listen, learn, and engage with others who choose to open the door to a
new way to relate.