Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) is a program of help and change based on accountability. There are many individuals who have battered those who love them the most, but there are only a few that have the courage to admit they have a problem and take responsibility for choosing non-violence in the future. The program is designed to change batterers belief systems as it relates to violence against women in their lives.
The program structure:
The Battering Intervention and Prevention Program meets the Texas State Guidelines of BIPP Programs and has been accredited by the State of Texas, Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division. (TDCJ-CJAD).
BIPP Partner Advocacy Program
PA Program provides a supportive service to the partner/victim who may be currently or previously in relationship with current BIPP Clients. This volunteer operated program provides to the partner resources and pertinent information.
Teen Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (TBIPP) is a program of help and change based on accountability. The program is designed to change batterer’s belief systems as it relates to violence against teen girls in their lives. The group is designed for boys ages 12-17 that are referred by the courts, probation, and/or volunteers.