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Abuse Intervention Program (formerly Batterers Intervention - BIP)

Court Involved or Self Referred Abuse Intervention Program
This structured virtual program spans 26 to 52 weeks and is tailored for individuals who have exhibited abusive tendencies. Participants benefit from a comprehensive approach that aims to increase accountability, foster empathy, and promote healthier relationship dynamics, ultimately striving to break the cycle of violence and facilitate lasting behavior change.The Curriculum: The Abuse Intervention Program (AIP) utilizes the Allies for Change curriculum along with the Duluth Model and cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques to address and modify abusive behaviors. Class meets weekly and participants can only receive one credit per week and must complete the program consecutively following an enrollment agreement that outlines the rules and behavior change requirements for the duration of their enrollment in the program.
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Court Involved Victim & Survivor Education & Support Group

We offer educational groups that help families meet Department of Child Services Requirements. Groups meet once per week virtually at various times. Persons identifying as male, female, or non-gender conforming are assigned to the group that most appropriately meets their individual need however groups are not integrated across gender to create safe and brave spaces for healing.

The Curriculum:

Beyond Trauma: A Healing Journey for Women" by Stephanie Covington is a comprehensive program designed to support women in healing from past traumas. The program offers a structured approach to addressing trauma through a combination of therapeutic techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness practices. Participants benefit from a supportive environment led by trained facilitators, gaining tools to navigate and overcome the effects of trauma, ultimately fostering resilience and empowering women to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. The program is 12 weeks and requires a referral from Department of Child Services.



The Seeking Safety curriculum is a structured program designed to help individuals, particularly those with trauma and substance abuse issues, establish safety in their lives. It offers a variety of coping skills and strategies aimed at promoting stability and reducing the harmful effects of trauma and addiction. Participants benefit from a supportive group environment where they can learn from each other's experiences and receive guidance from trained facilitators. By focusing on safety and empowerment, the Seeking Safety curriculum helps individuals build resilience and work towards a healthier, more stable future.


Building Resilience: A Domestic Violence Education for Men" by Stephanie Covington is a specialized program aimed at men involved in domestic violence. It provides comprehensive education on understanding and addressing abusive behavior while promoting healthy relationship skills. Through structured sessions and expert guidance, participants gain insights into the root causes of violence and develop strategies to cultivate resilience and foster positive change. By engaging in this program, men have the opportunity to break the cycle of violence, enhance their self-awareness, and build healthier, non-violent relationships.





Understanding and Transforming Behavior: A Domestic Violence Group Therapy Program for LGBTQ+ that is a specialized curriculum designed to address the complexities of domestic violence across diverse gender identities, including binary and non-binary individuals within the LGBTQ+ community. This program offers comprehensive psychoeducation on recognizing, understanding, and changing abusive behaviors while promoting skills essential for healthy relationships. Through structured sessions led by experienced facilitators, participants explore the underlying causes of violence and learn effective strategies to build resilience and enact positive changes in their lives. By participating in this program, individuals have the opportunity to interrupt the cycle of violence, enhance self-awareness, and establish healthier, non-violent relationships. Insurance is accepted for the group.




 
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Now Accepting the Following Insurance for Treatment & Sliding Scale Self Pay. Insurance cannot be used for education courses.

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Outpatient Addictions Treatment & Recovery Coaching

Outpatient treatment for early recovery provides a flexible option that allows individuals to manage their substance abuse issues while maintaining daily responsibilities. This program combines individual counseling, group therapy, and educational sessions to teach coping strategies and enhance understanding of addiction. It incorporates holistic methods like mindfulness and physical fitness, supporting overall well-being. Clients apply recovery skills in real-world situations, improving treatment effectiveness. Tailored to each individual’s needs, outpatient programs vary in intensity and duration, offering a practical and personalized recovery path.

If you are interested and/or have a need in your community or school please email lynell@theroseproject.co.

Our Approach to Helping You in Your Recovery is a Harm Reduction & Trauma-Informed Model

The Matrix Model of addiction treatment is a comprehensive and structured approach that combines various therapeutic techniques to address substance abuse disorders. It typically involves elements such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, family education, and drug testing. The Matrix Model emphasizes a supportive and empowering therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the individual seeking treatment, aiming to enhance self-esteem, motivation for change, and skills for relapse prevention. Through its structured format and evidence-based practices, the Matrix Model helps individuals develop the tools and strategies necessary for sustained recovery from addiction.


Group therapy is provided in four levels:
  • Level I - Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOT) - meets for three-hour sessions three times per week for 10-12 weeks.
  • Level II - Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)- meets for two hours three times per week for 10-15 weeks.
  • Level III - Outpatient Program (OP) - meets for two hours two times per week for 10-15 weeks.
  • Level IV - Aftercare / Education - meets for two hours one time per week for 10-20 weeks.

Nurturing Parenting Skills & Education

The Nurturing Parenting Education curriculum consists of 18 weekly classes facilitated by a certified instructor virtually, providing comprehensive support and education for parents. Most parents and their children also work with a staff in home to demonstrate application of skills and improved bonding.
 
The Curriculum:

The program emphasizes nurturing parenting techniques and includes pre and post evaluations to measure changes in parenting competency. Participants benefit from structured sessions that promote positive parent-child interactions, improve communication skills, and enhance overall family well-being, ultimately fostering healthier relationships and stronger family bonds.
 

Mental Health Therapy

Rose Project provides mental health therapy services, specializing in intimate partner violence, narcissistic disorder, addiction, parent-child attachment, and youth have committed sexual acts. Our tailored approach addresses a range of complex issues to support clients in achieving healing and personal growth. With expertise in these areas, Rose Project is dedicated to fostering resilience and well-being in individuals and families.

Individual Virtual Session

Individual therapy provides a confidential and supportive space for individuals to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, with the guidance of a trained therapist, aimed at promoting personal growth and well-being. Sessions are 50 minutes in length and cost $120 each, with the diagnostic or first appointment costing a one time $150 fee. Note the first session is 60 minutes.

Couples Virtual Session

Couples therapy focuses on improving communication, resolving conflicts, and strengthening emotional bonds between partners through collaborative sessions facilitated by a licensed therapist, fostering healthier relationships and mutual understanding. Sessions are 50 minutes in length and cost $160 each, with the first appointment costing a one time $180 fee. Note the first session is 60 minutes.

Family Virtual Session

Family therapy involves sessions with the entire family unit, addressing relational dynamics, enhancing communication skills, and fostering cohesion and support among family members, facilitated by a skilled therapist to promote healing and resilience within the family system. Sessions are 60 minutes in length and cost $200 each, with the first appointment costing a one time $225 fee. Note the first session is 75 minutes.

We currently offer the following payment options:
Sliding Scale, Anthem, Aetna, UHC, HIP and Medicaid

Low Cost Support Group for Women

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Empowerment and Healing from Intimate Partner Violence and Childhood Trauma

Welcome to our transformative group therapy program, designed specifically for individuals seeking to overcome the effects of trauma, lack of motivation to achieve goals or relationship issues stemming from abuse or exposure. Our mission is rooted in empowerment, healing, and the fostering of a supportive community where individuals can share, grow, and move beyond their past experiences into a future of strength and resilience.

Our group is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, and confidential environment for individuals to address and heal from the wounds of societal pressure and oppression, intimate partner violence and childhood trauma. Through collective sharing, compassionate support, and targeted therapeutic strategies, we aim to empower participants to reclaim their sense of self, establish healthy relationship patterns, and build a foundation for lasting emotional well-being.

Program Highlights:

  • Target Start Date: July 1st, ongoing in the evening to accommodate various schedules.

  • Cost: $25.00 per session. Please note, this fee covers participation in the group sessions only and does not include any form of reporting or court involvement.

  • Format: Our sessions are designed to be intimate and impactful, offering a mix of guided discussion, therapeutic exercises, and shared experiences. With a focus on healing and empowerment, participants will gain insights into overcoming trauma, enhancing self-esteem, and developing healthier relationships.

 

Accepting Clients: Group is held weekly on Mondays at 7 p.m. To book click here.

 

This approach allows us to ensure a cohesive group dynamic that maximizes the benefit for all participants. If you or someone you know is navigating the challenging path of recovery from intimate partner violence or childhood trauma, we invite you to join our wait list.

Join Us: Becoming part of this group means joining a community committed to healing and growth. Whether you're seeking to overcome personal obstacles, find support among peers, or simply explore a path towards emotional wellness, this program offers a unique opportunity to embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

To book the group that meets on Monday nights click here. Together, we can build a future defined by strength, healing, and hope.

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