Event Details

This event finished on 18 August 2020

Practicing self-control is vital in relationships and in our daily living. The Council’s licensed social workers have studied the Duluth Model Curriculum. The Duluth Model is a constantly evolving philosophy and practice that works to end violence against women.

The curriculum we use is called Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter. We are able to walk you through this difficult topic and provide strategies to deal with anger in a non-violent way. This workshop will assist men in resolving conflicts to avoid self-defeating consequences. We realize that domestic violence affects both men and women and impacts the entire family. We are able to provide resources to treat all who are involved. Successful participants will receive a certificate at the conclusion of the workshop.

Clients MUST complete 24 sessions to receive certificate of completion. 

To register, please contact the Central Neighborhood Opportunity Center (NOC) at (216) 357-2621

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