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Domestic and Family Violence Intervention Program (DFVIP)

 

Overview

The Domestic and Family Violence Intervention Program (DFVIP) is 10 week men's behaviour change program which aims to address violent and abusive behaviours within spousal relationships, whether the victim is a current or former partner.

At the individual participant level, the treatment approach has been devised and structured to achieve the following objectives:

The program will at all times and in every aspect be respectful and non-abusive.  Every effort is made to ensure the DFVIP program is a place where men can feel respected in their efforts to get family and domestic violence out of their lives.

Abstract adapted from Department for Correctional Services South Australia (SA)

Contacts

Department for Correctional Services, SA
400 King William St
Adelaide SA 5000
GPO Box 1747
Adelaide 5001
Email: dcs@sa.gov.au

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Last updated: 28 February 2017
 
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