Abuse Prevention Education attempts to reach many populations both through intervention and prevention. The Domestic Violence Intervention Program is an opportunity for men and women to work with a trained facilitator in a 26 week program to understand their behaviors. This is not anger management. This is about the issues of power and control and is a major piece in the efforts to break the cycle of abuse on the victims of domestic violence. In FY 10-11, 26 men and 3 women were enrolled in the program. The women's support group meets separately and discusses the same issues as well as their own behavioral responses. Additionally, we work with the prevention facilitator from ARP/Phoenix to present programs in the county's schools as a part of the Safe Dates Program.