Battering is a repeated use of strategic behaviors — from menacing looks to physical violence — that help to establish control over another person over a period of time. These are behaviors that can be controlled, and the Battering Intervention & Prevention Program can help.
BIPP is a series of certified classes that specialize in domestic violence intervention and the prevention of battering behaviors that are used to gain control over another person. BIPP focuses on a person’s history of abuse and is designed to teach them accountability, reflective and critical thinking. This effective program is based on the dynamics of peer-accountability — a methodology that has been successful for 20 years.
The Battering Intervention & Prevention Program consists of 18–24 classes, depending on each individual’s situation. We accept court-mandated and self-referred individuals, even if you do not reside in Texas. CASFV also sends monthly reports about attendance and participation to different sources.
We understand that you are busy and we offer a variety of classes that can work around most schedules. Check out our schedule below!
The entire program, including the enrollment fee, is $510–$685. Participants can pay on a weekly basis or in advance, with no charges for missed classes.
We offer community service hours to help cover partial payment of classes, as well as for court-mandated requirements. Contact us today to learn more.
Please complete this $25 pre-registration form to begin the enrollment process.
We provide all services without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.