DV.RRR.PublicationDomestic Violence: Restoration. Recovery and Redemption is a Christ-centered domestic violence training curriculum and student workbooks that gives ministries, lay-counselors and churches the tools needed to effectively counsel both the victim and offender.

This curriculum also meets the criteria for court-mandated classes giving you the opportunity to start a domestic violence ministry in your community that provides healing through the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a church home in which these can be discipled.

In this training you will learn the following:

The different types of abuse, the impact on our community, the effects on children, DHS/CPS, danger assessments, safety planning, police procedure, order of protections, victim rights, navigating the judicial system – including illegal immigrants and the law pertaining to them, the role of the advocate, the overview of our legal system, criminal law terminology in addition to an entire counseling and group class curriculum with topics that include overcoming abuse, sexual abuse, forgiveness, divorce recovery and so much more. of course all your states resources and referrals are also included.

onesheet imageEducation and Advocacy is essential in the fight against domestic violence. Whether in our communities or in our own congregation – Domestic Violence knows no boundaries. Our speakers are men and women  who have life experience that go beyond our degrees.

Both men and women are victims and offenders of violence and the children are left to learn from their experiences. We have men and women available to speak on these issues and the complications that come with the consequences of all family violence.

Holly’s personal testimony of childhood molestation, gang rape, abortion, abuse and neglect tells its own story that led her into the 25 year cycle of violence and is an eye opener for those who chose not to believe Domestic Violence does indeed happen in the church.

41186V4VD8L._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_Have a great counseling program but need some more information on Domestic Violence – Ask us. We’re here to help.

Want to set up a support group, but don’t know how or need resources? We can help.


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