Domestic Violence Perpetrator's Treatment

Domestic Violence Intervention

Family Law CASA does not endorse or support any of the organizations named below, the information is simply provided to assist those seeking resources. Some agencies may have been omitted unintentionally and the list does not include those in private practice.

Aby and Associates  
1209 Central Avenue South, Suite 203 
Kent, WA 98032 
Phone: (253) 850-9523 
Fax: (253) 850-9577 
Email: daun@abyandassociates.com
Website: www.abyandassociates.com
Cost: Intake Assessment fee of $90. Criminal case evaluation $120-$240. Civil case DV evaluation $240-$360.  
Additional Information: State certified Domestic Violence Perpetrator Intervention program. Men and women accepted. 3-phase program – see website for program durations and schedules. Aby and Associates’ programs accept referrals from outside sources including CPS, FCS, and Criminal Court. 

Anger Control and Treatment Therapies  
*Adult Men ONLY*
651 Strander Blvd., Suite B-120
Tukwila, WA 98188 
Phone: (206) 575-3935 
Fax: (206) 575-3934 
Email: admin@angertreatment.com
Website: www.angertreatment.com
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 10:00am-6:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am–2:00pm; Fridays & Sundays Closed 
Cost: Sliding scale is available and $80-200 for intake and weekly and monthly group fees are based on a sliding scale. Fees are subject to change.
Additional Information: State certified Domestic Violence perpetrator treatment. There is also anger management and private counseling. For domestic violence treatment, there is a two part intake/screening. Clients should bring court orders as well as names of probation officers and contact information to first screening. First fee is due and second appointment with a counselor is set. All sessions are 90 minutes. Sessions can be mornings or evenings and also Saturday. Agency is closed on Fridays. Can do drop in appointment Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays for screening only – call to see about drop-in times. Call the same day to set another time.

Coastal Treatment Services: 
14730 NE 8th Street, Suite 168
Bellevue, WA 98007 
Phone: (425) 646-4406 
Email: alexf@coastaltreatment.com
Website: www.coastaltreatment.com
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm; Friday & Sunday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: Accepts insurance.
Orientation/patient enrollment: $110
Group counseling (1 ½-2 hours): $60/session
Individual counseling: $125/session
Mental health evaluations: $400
Additional Information: State certified “Resolve” program of 26 week minimum of weekly group meetings, and a 6 month minimum of monthly individual meetings. Offers reconciliation program that includes the state certified treatment, supervised visitation, parenting program, and counseling for children. Group meets Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

Navos (formerly Highline West Seattle Mental Health)
Website: www.navos.org
Email: communityservices@navos.org
Domestic Violence Services Information Line: (206) 439-2616

West Seattle Location 
2600 SW Holden Street 
Seattle, WA 98126 
Outpatient Services:
Phone: (206) 933-7000
Fax: (206) 933-7014 
Inpatient Services:
Phone: (206) 933-7299
Fax: (206) 933-7025

Burien Location
1210 SW 136th Street 
Burien, WA 98166
Phone: (206) 257-6600 
Fax: (206) 257-6825

Outpatient and inpatient services for adults and children. Special programs include domestic violence treatment, employment services, treatment for co-occurring disorders, counseling, and psychiatric care.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm 
Cost: Intake is $100 or a reduced fee of $50 upon verification of income under $600/month. Weekly group sessions are on a sliding scale of $20 to $55 per session. Accepts medical coupons and can provide documentation for reimbursement by insurance companies. 
Additional Information: State certified 12 month minimum program consisting of 4 parts that include an intake interview, introductory classes, weekly group meetings, and monthly follow- ups. The intake interview takes 1½ hours. There are 6 introductory classes that are 1 ½ hours meeting once a week. The weekly sessions are a minimum of 26 sessions that meet for 1½ hours. The sessions meet days or evenings, call for session times. The monthly meetings meet once a month for 4 months. The weekly group sessions are closed groups for the 6 weeks with new groups starting every six weeks. The program can be completed in one year, some take longer to finish. In the group sessions, teachers provide information and skills and the group members share stories and knowledge. The program is for men only but can refer women to other programs. They also offer forensic domestic violence assessments.

Northwest Family Life
11320 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Phone: (206) 363-9601
Fax: (206) 363-9639
Email: hope@nwfamilylife.org
Additional Information: intervention & treatment; mandatory 8 hour Domestic Violence Introductory Class as a prerequisite to the treatment program

Sno-King Counseling
4630 200th St SW, Suite K
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Phone: (425) 744-0300
Fax: (425) 775-8045
Email: carmenortiz@sno-kingcounseling.com
Website: http://sno-kingcounseling.com/
Additional Information: State certified Domestic Violence Perpetrator Intervention program. Men and women accepted.

Sound Mental Health (formerly Seattle Mental Health)
1600 East Olive Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 302-2200
Fax: (206) 302-2210
TTY: (206) 302-2209
E-mail: questions@smh.org
Website:  www.smh.org
Office Hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Hours: Meetings are during the week, typically Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The weekly group sessions are 1 ½ hours to 2 hours long. Times of meetings vary from location and groups. They are usually offered in the morning, late afternoon, and evening.
Cost: There is an overall fee for the program of $55. There are separate fees for the intake interview, weekly group meetings, and the monthly individual meetings. These fees are on a sliding scale depending on family size and income.
Additional Information: Services: State required minimum of 12 months of treatment. 26 weeks of group sessions and 6 months of monthly individual meetings with a therapist. Prior to joining the program there is an intake interview.

Wellspring Family Services 
(formerly Family Services)
Domestic Violence Intervention Program
Email: dvinfo@wellspringfs.org  
Website: www.wellspringfs.org
Phone: (206) 826-3044
1900 Rainier Ave South
Seattle, WA 98144

Central Location 
1900 Rainier Ave S. 
Seattle, WA 98144 
Phone: (206) 826-3050 
Fax: (877) 903-0711

Programs offered: State Certified DV intervention programs. Men’s Domestic Violence Intervention; DV Dads (1 to 2 month program for intervention of DV when children are involved); Chemical Dependency and Domestic Violence; Kids’ Club.
Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm (administrative)
Cost: varies; does accept most insurance and Medicare, does not accept medical coupons 
Location: Multiple offices. Call or visit website for locations (http://www.family-services.org/about_us/locations.php). 
Additional Information: Only offer the treatment not the assessment to determine whether the treatment is needed. There are services for couples and families and individual counseling for children and adults. Programs include counseling; domestic violence victims’ services; family programs; homeless services; parenting services. Client’s need to participate in a phone screening with therapist then set an appointment. After screening, the therapist may make referrals based upon client’s needs if appropriate.

Williamson and Associates 
13606 NE 20th Street #104 
Bellevue, WA 98005 
Phone: (425) 643-2383 
Email: jcwinwa@aol.com 
Hours: Saturdays at 9:00am-10:30 am 
Cost: $45 per group session attended - weekly attendance for 12 months. Client is only charged if accepted into program. 
Additional Information: DV certified batterer’s treatment. Intake interview and, if accepted to program, weekly group sessions for 12 months. Can provide domestic violence assessments. Provides treatment for sexual deviance/abuse perpetrators. 

Zegree-Ellner  
735 North 35th Street, 201 
Seattle, WA 98103 
Phone: (206) 632-1870 
Hours: Individual meetings are by appointment. Group meetings are once a week, call for days and times.
Additional Information: State certified program of minimum of 12 months including 26 week minimum group meetings and 6 month minimum monthly individual meetings. The program facilitates non-punitive and motivational techniques that monitor the stages of changes each client goes through.