Domestic Violence Intervention Program
Lifeline offers a 52-week court and Community Services Bureau (CSB) approved intervention program for male and female perpetrators of domestic violence. Groups are available in English and Spanish. Lifeline accepts referrals from the courts for individuals who have been convicted of domestic violence offenses, from Child Welfare Services (CWS) for individuals and couples who have been required to attend as a condition of reuniting with their children, and voluntary (non-mandated) clients. Clients must pay a fee for each group session. Groups are facilitated by TERM approved therapists and focus on accepting responsibility, remaining drug and alcohol free, and breaking the cycle of violence. Please call for an appointment. No walk-in appointments will be accepted. If referred by the court or CWS, please bring any documentation regarding your intervention requirements to the appointment.
CONTACT: For more information regarding fees or to schedule an appointment, please call the Domestic Violence Intake Line - (760) 842-6244.
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