Choose 2 Change

Choose 2 Change

What is Choose2Change?

Our Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme are a structured group work intervention designed to work with those perpetrating abuse within their intimate relationships.

The aim of the programme is to support those perpetrating abuse to address their behaviours, and encourage positive behaviour and attitudinal change, with the view to reducing the risk of harm to the victim, whether this be a current or past partner, and any children.

It is an intervention that includes assessment for suitability, a structured motivational programme and goal setting and is delivered over a 24 week period.

Partners and ex-partners receive support through our partnership with Coventry Haven and Panahghar to ensure a safety plan is implemented and there is a good understanding of the programme itself.

The Value of Behavioural Change Programmes

From our experience of delivering C2C, Relate realises the value of behavioural change programmes to support perpetrators of domestic abuse in improving their relationships.

What happens at the end of the programme?

Once the programme has been successfully completed, and the couple have both actively engaged throughout, then there is potential to continue into Relationship Counselling with a Relate Counsellor, if it is deemed safe to do so.

When is Choose2Change available?

Currently the group is delivered on a Wednesday evening from 6.00pm – 8.30pm in Coventry.   Suitability Assessments are offered Monday – Friday.

Is the service free?

The service is funded by Coventry City local authority and is delivered free of charge.

What to do next?

If you would like to self-refer or find out more about the programme, please email us at or call us on 024 7622 5863 for more information.

If you are a professional and wish to refer somebody to the programme, please complete a C2C referral form Click here for to visit the Form Refferals Page

Click to download the Choose2Change Leaflet

Further information to help!

If you are worried about your behaviour or if you have been a victim of domestic violence and need to talk to someone, you may find the following helpful:

For more information, please email

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