Youth Domestic Violence


What is Domestic Violence?

 Domestic  violence has many forms, including physical violence, sexual abuse,  emotional abuse, intimidation, economic deprivation, and threats of  violence. Violence can be criminal and includes physical assault  (hitting, pushing, shoving, etc.), sexual abuse (unwanted or forced  sexual activity), and stalking. Although emotional, psychological and  financial abuse are not criminal behaviors, they are forms of abuse and  can lead to criminal violence . There are a number of dimensions  including mode - physical, psychological, sexual and/or social;  frequency - on/off, occasional, chronic; and severity – in terms of both  psychological or physical harm and the need for treatment – transitory  or permanent injury – mild, moderate, severe up to homicide.  

Class Schedule

Classes to be announced

Class Fee

We ask for a$20 registration fee and $10 a Class.  We work with all clients  regarding their payments.   Note:  We work with anyone that does not have the money for their class at the time of  their class. We will not hold them from attending their class due to lack of funds.  We will work it out for a later date to make payment.

How to Register


Be sure to call us first and make an appointment.  Make sure to bring all necessary paper work  that you were given from court stating that you were ordered to attend a Domestic Violence class.  (Ex.  Minute order or Probation referral)