Domestic Abuse Intervention Project - The Duluth Model (DAIP)

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Scientific Rating:
3
Promising Research Evidence
See scale of 1-5
Child Welfare System Relevance Level:
Medium
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About This Program

The information in this program outline is provided by the program representative and edited by the CEBC staff. Domestic Abuse Intervention Project - The Duluth Model (DAIP) has been rated by the CEBC in the area of: Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence: Batterer Intervention Programs.

Target Population: Adult males who are both court-ordered (civil or criminal) and voluntary participants

Brief Description

The DAIP was designed in 1981 as a Coordinated Community Response (CCR) and includes law enforcement, the criminal and civil courts, and human service providers working together to make communities safer for victims. The DAIP, located in Duluth, Minnesota, includes a 28-week education program for offenders. This model is commonly referred to as the "Duluth Model." The program uses the curriculum Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter, which was developed by the DAIP. Advocates at the DAIP contact the partners of men court-ordered to the program to offer advocacy, community resources, and education groups for women.

Program Goals:

The program representative did not provide information about the program’s goals.

Contact Information

Name: Scott Miller
Agency/Affiliation: Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP)
Website: www.duluth-model.org
Email:
Phone: (218) 722-2781 x121
Fax: (218) 722-0779

Date Research Evidence Last Reviewed by CEBC: September 2016

Date Program Content Last Reviewed by Program Staff: April 2007

Date Program Originally Loaded onto CEBC: April 2007