Other YWCA Programming
A Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) is a community program that makes victim safety its first priority, establishes accountability for batterers, and promotes a coordinated community response to domestic violence.
BIP is designed for women and men who are court-ordered to attend due to domestic violence. Areas of discussion include:
- Conflict resolution
- Coping with anger
- Developing healthier relationships
- Building self-esteem
- Trusting one’s self
- Family violence
- The effects of violence on children
The program is designed to give practical information on how to change abusive and controlling behavior by exploring non-controlling and non-violent ways of relating to others.
Several BIP classes are held each week at the YWCA. Call us for more information (812-422-1191).
The YWCA offers a fitness program for individuals 50 years of age and older. An instructor who is well-versed in the fitness needs of this population teaches the classes and bases the movements on the abilities of each participant. The classes meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 – 11 am in the YWCA gym and are suitable for any fitness level.
Call us for pricing or more information: 812-422-1191.