Other adjunct services include the Batterer's Intervention Program and MADD's
Victim Impact Panel.
The Department uses the Ministry of Counseling as a referral source for
domestic violence services and to provide a counseling program to treat
batterers referred by the courts for treatment. The Battering Intervention and
Prevention Project (BIPP) provide counseling to offenders.
The Department uses Motherís Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) to facilitate a
victim impact panel each month. The program is aimed at educating drunk drivers
on the harms and negative consequences of driving under the influence of drugs
and alcohol. All DWI offenders are required to attend the victim impact
panel program. Victims of drunk drivers discuss the consequences of DWI to
survivors and to families from the point of view of the victim.