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Partner Abuse Intervention Program

Partner Abuse Intervention Program

Polish American Association

Intervention and counseling services for male domestic violence perpetrators ages 18 and older, specializing in services for the Polish community.

Services Offered

Partner Abuse Intervention • Domestic Violence Perpetrators • Domestic Violence Prevention • Intimate Partner Violence

Description

The Partner Abuse Intervention Program is a 26-week, group-based psychoeducational program for male perpetrators of intimate partner violence.
The program helps participants to stop using violence to control their partners, and teaches alternative non-violent methods of expressing emotions. Groups meet once per week for 90 minutes and are available in English and Polish. Call 773-427-6357 for more information.

Location

3834 N. Cicero Ave., Chicago, IL 60641 41.950823 -87.7475759

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Polish

Eligibility

-There is a $45 per session fee (total cost $1,170). However, majority of clients referred by the courts may be eligible for a subsidy: please call to inquire.

    Gender

  • Accepts men

    Age

  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

Many clients are referred by the courts, but referrals from other service providers and self-referrals are welcome. Call 773-427-6357, OR 773-282-8206 x357 to schedule an intake assessment. There is generally no wait list for services.

Please note: the English language group meets Wednesdays from 6:00pm-7:30pm. The Polish language group meets Wednesdays from 7:30pm-9:00pm.