My Abuse is Not Okay.
RPCC Batterer Intervention programs (BIP) are for both adults and youth. Each group is divided by gender identification. Our BIP program is in compliance with Indiana State Law, and monitored by Victim Advocates and Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, our certifying body www.icadvinc.org.
For successful program completion, the following guidelines must be accomplished (full list of rules in attachment below).
No further involvement in abusive or illegal behaviors/acts
Compliance with any no contact or protective orders
Not to exceed 4 absences or two absences in a row
Complete 26 weeks of class, can only attend 1 class per week
Arrive on time and stay throughout entire class, no early dismissal allowed
Participate in confidential and private room with strong internet connection and working video and audio if in virtual classroom
Sign and adhere to Enrollment Agreement
In compliance with IC 35-50-9-1, the Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) at Rose Project Counseling & Consulting, is State-Certified through the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV). We help participants take personal accountability by using integrity to create healthier relationships. We offer gender-specific classes for both men and women, and boys and girls.
We provide support both individually and through group, however, to receive credit for BIP you must participate in the group. This program is designed to address the negative core beliefs associated with getting what you want through abuse or mistreating another person. Qualified staff will meet with you to discuss thinking errors that you may have never realized were associated with your behaviors. Additionally, we know that alcohol and other drugs increase the intensity of negative feelings, but we want to help you understand the triggers associated with substance abuse and its connection to violent behavior.
This program is an excellent option for anyone scoring at a moderate to high-risk level on the Indiana Risk Assessment System: Community Supervision Tool (IRAS-CST). We use Cognitive Accountability Training (CAT), which is especially suitable for those with an elevated score on domain seven, Criminal Attitudes and Behavioral Patterns.
Youth Cognitive Accountability Training, or YOUTH CAT, to improve academic achievement, self-esteem, social competence, and family relationships through youth prevention education sessions and collaboration with schools, local community agencies, probation and child services.
The program targets youth ages 13-17.
Clients participate in weekly group sessions for 26-52 weeks, and meet with a case manager or counselor individually to work on their relationship and personal care plan. This plan is individually designed for each client, and with each client providing input on their goals.
Cost is FREE if just trying out one class. You do NOT need to speak to program staff to start. Individual counseling sessions may be required in addition to group. Working with a recovery coach, and attending 12-step meetings may be a requirement as well
Drug screening is available for DCS referred clients