DVSBF Perpetrator Treatment

DVSBF does not provide perpetrator interventions but can help you find appropriate services.

If you are abusing your partner:

Take responsibility for your behavior and make a commitment to change. Call UW hotline at 1-800-MEN-1089 – the Men’s Domestic Abuse Check-Up is a project for men 18 and older who are concerned or have mixed feelings about their behaviors toward their partner.

Get perpetrator intervention by a local registered treatment provider, or find another perpetrator intervention provider.

Action Counseling — (509) 735-7410
Assessment & Treatment Associates — (877) 479-5993

You can check the DSHS site for a full list of certified providers in the state of Washington.

Learn More:

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Resources from Lundy Bancroft, author of “Why Does He Do That: Inside the Minds of Angry & Controlling Men,” “When Dad Hurt Mom: Helping Your Children Heal the Wounds of Witnessing Abuse” and “Should I Stay or Should I Go?”

Read Lundy Bancroft’s blog: Expecting Magic from Abuser Programs