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We look forward to seeing you for the 2022 Conference

Innovative Practices in Battering Intervention Programs: How Can We Do Better?

Conference dates: Tuesday, October 25, 26, 27, 2022

Location: The Kensington, Ann Arbor, Michigan

One of the most common questions still asked about battering intervention programs (BIPs) is, “Do they work?” It is important to recognize that there is a substantial body of research, stretching over decades, that demonstrate the effectiveness of BIPs in reducing rates of domestic violence. It is time to replace the question “Do Battering Intervention Programs work?” with “How can BIPs work better?”

This year’s BISC-MI conference will recognize the legitimacy and impact of BIPs while focusing on innovative practices from around the country. The goal is to encourage attendees to examine what they are currently doing that works while continuing to evolve and explore what they might be able to do better.

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BISC-MI Peer Supervision and Consultation Call

BISC-MI hosts a weekly Peer Supervision and Consultation Zoom call.
We meet with people from around the country and beyond every Friday at 2:00 pm EST to discuss any and all issues as they relate to BIPs.

Click the link below to join and you will receive an email reminder notification once per week as a reminder.
If you are interested in joining, please click the link below to join:

https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/CIrDTQB


MISSION STATEMENT

  1. We will provide a working forum for interaction and information sharing among agencies and individuals concerned with the provision of battering intervention services in Michigan.
  2. We will help create and maintain coordinated community actions that hold those who batter accountable for their behavior and promote safety and empowerment for victims.
  3. We will give safety, needs, and concerns of victims/survivors priority over the interests of those who batter or any battering intervention service model.
  4. We will promote social change which works toward a society based on equality and nonviolence.
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We will Provide

We will provide a working forum for interaction and information sharing among agencies and individuals concerned with the provision of battering intervention services in Michigan.

We will help create and maintain coordinated community actions that hold those who batter accountable for their behavior and promote safety and empowerment for victims.

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We Help & Give

We will give safety, needs, and concerns of victims/survivors priority over the interests of those who batter or any battering intervention service model.

We will promote social change which works toward a society based on equality and nonviolence.

 

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