The mission of Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs is to end violence against women. We give voice to diverse women who are battered by translating their experiences into innovative programs and institutional changes that centralize victim safety. We partner with communities worldwide to inspire the social and political will to eliminate violence against women and their families.
Our programs include the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, the Duluth Family Visitation Center, and the National Training Project.
The Domestic Abuse Intervention Project is a program that collaborates with community agencies such as law enforcement, criminal and civil courts, and human service agencies to provide an institutional advocacy response to battering.
Our Visitation Center offers support for victims of domestic violence and their children as well as supervised visitation, monitored visitation, and monitored exchange services to families affected by domestic violence.
The National Training Project provides trainings and materials for practitioners working in the field of domestic violence. We have trained hundreds of communities world wide on issues such as Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter, Coordinated Community Response, and Women's Groups.