Court-Approved Domestic Violence Assessment & Classes in Long Beach
If you have participated in an act of violence against an intimate partner, it’s important that you get the help you need to make positive changes in your life. On average, domestic violence affects approximately ten million victims per year in the United States. This widespread issue requires treatment different from anger management. At Willapa Behavioral Health & Wellness, our Long Beach team of experts can help you take the first steps towards healthier interpersonal relationships and interactions.
Understanding Washington Domestic Violence Treatment Requirements
The state of Washington rates domestic violence cases based on a variety of factors, considering many things. With the help of a counselor, a unique treatment plan is developed for each individual on a case-by-case basis. Clients are assigned one of the following treatment levels:
- Level One: 6-month treatment minimum
- Level Two: 9-month treatment minimum
- Level Three: 12-month treatment minimum
- Level Four: 18-month treatment minimum
After your initial assessment with a Long Beach counselor and an in-depth look at your individual case, if it is appropriate, you will be recommended for a level of care that correlates with the severity of the findings. DV treatment You will work with the counselor to create a treatment plan and then begin group treatment. All participants must attend consecutive, face to face and in-person weekly group treatment sessions. On occasion an exception for virtual attendance may be made.
DV Assessment Process
There are multiple parts to completing a DV assessment. The interview portion of the assessment typically lasts two hours and covers many questions about your past and present, your criminal history, your beliefs, and other facts about yourself and relationships. You will be required to bring a case history (sometimes called a criminal history) report along with an incident report for any assault and DV charges on your record. You will also sign releases of information for the counselor to collect collateral information to assist with the assessment findings. Once the assessment is complete, if necessary, a level of care will be recommended, and each level is tied to a time requirement for treatment, per the state of Washington.
Our Domestic Violence Treatment Programs
Acts of domestic violence often arise from complex underlying issues. For this reason, our treatment services are able to taylor themselves to your individual needs.Our services provide a blend of education and weekly assignments to help you achieve your goals.
Our clients are given the tools they need to help them identify the unhealthy belief systems, toxic behaviors, emotional issues, and past traumatic experiences that shape their choices and actions. Our team of experts helps you get to the root of the issue while giving you the tools and resources you need to effectively make changes. With an open mind and a commitment to the program, you can enjoy a more successful treatment outcome. We’re here to empower you to take responsibility for your beliefs and behaviors so you can move forward in building healthy relationships.
Why Choose Willapa Behavioral Health & Wellness?
Integrity is at the heart of all we do. When you choose a our domestic violence treatment program, you can feel confident that you’re receiving quality treatment with your specific needs in mind. We prioritize discretion, so you can rest assured that you will be treated with respect and dignity from your first session to your last. We do not shame or judge our participants, but offer compassionate care in an environment designed for personal growth and positive change.
Get the Help You Need to Overcome Domestic Violence
If you need a high-quality treatment program because you have caused hurt and/or harm to your intimate partner, turn to Willapa Behavioral Health & Wellness. If you are engaged in the legal system, DCYF, or other entities, we will work with those systems and to ensure your participation in treatment is reported and you are not only meeting the necessary requirements but are also receiving the very best in behavioral and mental health care. To learn more about the services we offer, contact us.
Washington State Mental Health Services
Long Beach Main Office All Services2204 Pacific Ave North
Long Beach, WA 98631
- Phone: (360) 642-3787
- Fax: (360) 642-2096
- Hours: Monday thru Thursday (8am to 7pm)
Friday (8am to 5pm)