DVPTP helps individuals find life after abuse and violence and guides clients to a path of recovery and safety for more stability.
DVPTP provides abuse survivors with:
- Risk assessment and safety planning
- Clinical evaluation and therapeutic counseling
- Case management and domestic violence psycho-social education services
- Crisis intervention
- Legal advocacy
- Employment preparedness in individual and/or group setting.
All CalWORKs clients are required to actively participate in one or more types of employment related activities, referred to as welfare-to-work (WTW). These WTW activities include going to school either part-time or full time, working part-time or full-time, volunteering at their children’s school, and even doing community service.
Transition age youth must meet the child eligibility criteria.