The Abuser Intervention Program is a 32-week group process that focuses on identifying abusive and controlling behaviors, examining influences that contribute to violence, discussing the effects of violence on victims, children, and perpetrators, and replacing abusive behaviors with non-abusive actions. It provides training in new skills of self-management, communication, empathy, and problem-solving. The focus of these groups is to take accountability for violent behaviors.
AIP Sign-Up Information
Virtual Intake Appointments
Due to COVID-19 social distancing CDC guidelines, AIP virtual intakes are being offered to new clients on a case by case basis. This involves the use of interactive telecommunications or electronic media via Zoom.
Please contact the AIP Coordinator at 410-836-8431 ext. 226 to discuss AIP group registration BEFORE filling out these forms.
To register for an intake appointment, please follow this link and complete the form.
After submitting the form, you will be contacted to schedule a day and time for your virtual intake, and provided with information on how to log in for your appointment. You must complete the following forms in order to complete the intake process:
While minimal, there are some limitations with online intakes, including technological failure, miscommunication, and increased risk of technology breaches.
To schedule an intake, the client must call the AIP Coordinator directly at 410-836-8431, ext. 226
Please note: The Courthouse prohibits the possession of weapons of any sort (including work-related items such as box cutters). Failure to comply with this mandate will result in non-admittance into the building.
Online Group Sessions
Cash, check and all major credit cards accepted for payment. Digital payments can be made via PayPal. To make a payment with your credit card, click Pay Now. You’ll be taken to a secure website where you can enter your credit card information.
After using any of the above services to pay your fees, that service may send you receipts for payment by email or text message. These receipts will include our business name, and would indicate that you have made a payment to SARC. It is possible the receipt may be sent automatically, without first asking if you wish to receive the receipt. We are unable to control this in many cases, and we may not be able to control which email address or phone number your receipt is sent to. Please consider which e-mail address or phone numbers you are using and who may have access to them.
We are here to link together with the community and put a stop to intimate partner violence.