What is NCPAT?
NCPAT is a networking and support organization for professionals from programs in North Carolina who provide intervention and psycho-educational services for perpetrators of domestic violence.
What Do We Do?
Domestic violence intervention is a relatively new field. The main function of NCPAT is to build on our expanding knowledge base and to serve as a catalyst for new and more effective approaches. We provide victim services with our primary concerns of safety and well being of the victim and their family. We hold abusers accountable for their behaviors.
What Do We Believe?
The individuals and organizations affiliated with NCPAT have a vision of strengthening families and eliminating domestic violence. We believe that perpetrators of domestic violence should assume sole responsibility for their abuse behaviors.
Who Can Join?
Agencies with a certified program, who meet the criteria of the North Carolina Council for Women providing batterers intervention programs to perpetrators of domestic violence. Individuals who are supportive of the purposes of the organization and the needs of the victims of domestic violence.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, Inc.
Eleventh Judicial District- ReEntry
Triangle Family Services, Inc.
Willie Keel Jr. & Olivia Keel
Lifeskills Counseling Center
The Be There Group/IMPACT
Family Guidance Center