Keep the Change Post-Abuse Intervention Group
You did it! You completed an Abuse Intervention Program.
Maybe you went in kicking and screaming. Maybe you just did it because you had to. Turns out, you learned a thing or two. You got something out of it. You came out a better man than you went in.
How do you maintain the changes you’ve made? Where do you turn when things get a little rocky again at home?
That’s what the Keep the Change program is here for.
It’s a group for men like you who have gone through a program and still want some group support.
It’s a place to turn to for help, for constructive feedback, and for the company of guys who get it because they’ve been there.
Keep the Change is voluntary and not time limited. Come for as long as you need.
We’re not affiliated with the courts or the government, and we’re not reporting your attendance to anyone.
Join us today to get the support you need in being the man you want to be.
Online via Google Meet
To sign up, contact us today!
Note that this program is not an Abuse Intervention Program, and will not fulfill a court requirement for abuse intervention or anger management. It is also not therapy. It’s a peer support group that’s meant to help you achieve your goals for change and maintenance.
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