Alternatives to Domestic Aggression
The ADA program is a 32 weeks education program for men. The program operates in accordance with the Batterers Intervention Standards (BIS) for the State of Michigan. This program is designed for individuals that have prior charges of domestic assault, or those with high lethality. The program is divided into two levels. Group members progress to the higher level by the consensus of other group members that the individual is ready to move up.
Women's Alternatives to Domestic Aggression
WADA is a 20 week DV education program for women. The focus in on identifying battering tactics that women employ in relationships and replacing them with more appropriate behaviors.
Alternatives to Aggression
ATA is a 15 week co-ed anger management program designed for individuals charged with non-domestic assault, road rage or to fulfill a Parent-Agency agreement with the Department of Human Services. The focus is on learning skills associated with impulse control, appropriate expression of anger, and conflict resolution.
Adolescent Anger Management
Group assists teens to develop positive strategies to manage anger and aggressive impulses.
Each of these programs requires an assessment prior to entry to determine lethality and eligibility. Group fees are based upon income.