1 in 3 women, 1 in 4 men have been physically abused by an intimate partner. TASC works with individuals, families, and courts to end the cycle of domestic violence.
Every minute in the United States, an average of 20 people are physically abused by intimate partners.1 Domestic violence is not only physical or sexual abuse but also includes threats and emotional or psychological harm. Intimidation and control is inflicted on both women and men. Children can be negatively impacted for their entire life. In Arizona, one or more children witness domestic violence every 44 minutes.2
TASC provides domestic violence, anger management treatment and counseling to women, men, families, and court-ordered individuals. The goal is to help clients learn skills to develop healthy, non-violent relationships.
TASC’s evidence-based treatment includes:
- An assessment by TASC counselors to assist in the development of an individualized treatment plan; some clients require individual sessions, others attend group meetings for 26, 36, or 52 weeks
- Education about the impact of violent behavior
- Accountability for abusive behaviors and understanding the root causes and belief systems which contribute to violent behaviors
- Required abstinence from substance use that may induce violent behavior
- Urine analysis monitoring
- Connecting clients with additional resources
TASC has extensive experience working collaboratively with the judicial system including federal, state, county, and city courts.
Contact TASC today. We are here to help.
1Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey
2Arizona Department of Health Services