Battering Intervention & Prevention Program (BIPP)
Helping survivors of domestic violence only heals the wounds. In order to end domestic violence, perpetrators must learn to change their behavior. Hope’s Door offers targeted services to assist in this process. Hope’s Door feels that BIPP teaches individuals skillsets that can be used in place of anger and violence and focus on ways to have a healthy relationship.
Battering Intervention & Prevention Programs (BIPP) are a fee-based 24-week minimum group counseling programs where abusers learn to eliminate abusive behavior, and bring peace to intimate relationships. Each session meets for 90 minutes. Groups are offered throughout the week and on Saturdays. Programs are open to all men and women who have been ordered to attend BIPP as well as anyone seeking to better themselves by learning how to stop using violent and controlling behaviors in relationships. Both programs are compliant with State Guidelines and Curricula for the Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPP), and are fully accredited by the Criminal Justice Assistance Division of the State of Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Groups are open to those men and women who have been ordered to attend BIPP.
Program Orientation Time
Note: A $2.00 convenience fee is assessed for payments with credit card
Group Locations and Availability
860 F. Avenue, Suite 102
Plano, Texas 75074
130 S. Central Expressway
McKinney, Texas 75070
NOTE the following for attending your BIPP Orientation: