Domestic Violence Intervention Programs (DVIP)

In 2002, the NC Council for Women was granted the authority to approve the domestic violence intervention programs (DVIP) utilized by the North Carolina court system.

Domestic violence intervention programs (DVIP) re-educate offenders about their behavior and help them to develop new methods of interacting with intimate partners and family members to keep them safe.

DVIP Brochure - Partner Guide

Program Approval & Funding Resources

Helpful Resources

Approved DVIP List


DV/SA Resources

Administrative Code

Program News and Updates

Mecklenburg County Pretrial Domestic Violence Education Pilot Program

Office: 828-641-7730

Lori Gerber, Domestic Violence Intervention Program Director
46 Haywood Street, Ste. 315
Asheville, NC 28801