Transform & Control Anger Now (CAN)
YWCA Transform Adult Program
Based on a national model, the Transform (formerly Amend) program has been in existence at the YWCA Greater Cincinnati since 1982. It is designed for men who have histories of causing harm by abusing their intimate partners. Transform is not group therapy. It is primarily an educational and informational program. Participants may be court ordered to attend, referred by other agencies or self-referred. At Transform, participants have opportunities to:
The YWCA Transform Adult Program is offered in Hamilton and Clermont counties. Click here for Referral Procedure, Program Outline, Admission/Exclusion Criteria and Referral Guidelines.
YWCA Transforming Youth Program
Transforming Youth is a prevention/intervention program for adolescents ages 11-18 involved in or at risk of violent behaviors, including domestic violence, dating violence, gang violence and school violence. The program offers psycho-educational group sessions and uses cognitive behavioral techniques to help participants make changes in both their thinking and their behavior.
The YWCA Transforming Youth Program is offered at the Clermont County Juvenile Detention Center and in collaboration with the Hamilton County Girls Probation Department.
YWCA CAN (Control Anger Now) Program
The CAN program provides education in anger management skills. It is designed for adults who have had angry/violent incidents with non-intimate acquaintances, such as a neighbor or co-worker. CAN is not group therapy. It is primarily an educational and informational program. Participants may be court ordered to attend, referred by other agencies or self-referred.
The YWCA CAN Program is offered in Hamilton County. Click here for Referral Procedure and Program Outline.