Education, Accountability and Change Program
An Education, Accountability and Change Program (EACP) offers an education-based program that makes victim safety its primary priority, holds offenders accountable, and promotes a coordinated community response to domestic violence. The goal of an EACP is to provide offenders who use violence with the opportunity and skills to change the behavior, beliefs, and attitudes that support their use of violence against intimate partners.
EACP Programs work closely with domestic violence shelters, community courts, corrections, and child welfare as they receive most of their referrals from these entities. EACP groups meet on a weekly basis, up to 32 weeks, depending on the program. Furthermore, EAC Programs are required to collaborate with victim service providers to ensure that the victim/survivor/partner of a participant receives and/or has access to supportive services.
ZeroV is responsible for overseeing the EACP, the certification process for providers, and ensure overall quality and consistency for service providers (both individuals and programs) that work with people who use violence.
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