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Battering Intervention & Prevention Program

What Is BIPP?

Our Battering Intervention and Prevention Program is a court-approved 24-week program designed to give clients the tools they need to achieve healthy intimate relationships.

Facilitators lead class discussions on the topics of healthy and unhealthy relationships.

Pay BIPP Fees

How BIPP Works

BIPP classes are conducted in group format and designed to address and challenge clients’ beliefs that have led to violent and controlling behavior. BIPP is not designed to shame its participants. It is designed to give clients the skills to treat their partners with respect and resolve conflict non-violently.

Get Started

Follow the instructions below to complete your BIPP registration. You may also use this link to pay for your BIPP class fees once you have registered.

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In-Person Help

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Plano BIPP Office

Mon.: 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Wed.: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Garland BIPP Office​

Thurs.: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Fri.: 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

BIPP Group Hours

Tuesday – Saturday with Day (AM) and Evening (PM) availability.

BIPP Contact

Office Hours

Mon.: 12 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tues. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

BIPP Staff

Cyndi Ramos
BIPP Admin Assistant

Nubia Ballesteros
BIPP Program Manager

Plano BIPP Office

860 F Ave. Ste. 102
Plano, TX 75074

Garland BIPP Office

808 W Avenue A
Garland, TX 75040

Testimonials from Previous BIPP Clients

Frequently Asked Questions

About BIPP

Classes are separated by gender; there are classes for men and classes for women.

The program is 24 weeks long with one class per week.

Multiple class times are available throughout the week including morning and evening times.

Yes. BIPP classes are held in English or Spanish.

BIPP classes are held virtually, though all orientations and intakes must be done in person at one of our BIPP offices. Find the locations below.

Each class is led by a trained BIPP facilitator. A BIPP class may be led by a male or a female facilitator, or co-facilitated by both.

The basic structure of each class is as follows: Clients pay the weekly group fee upon arrival. Each class time has a check-in period where clients are able to share significant events in their relationships or receive support from the group if they are struggling to implement what they’ve learned in the program. Clients will review homework, if any, from the previous week. Clients will complete group activities/ exercises. Clients will discuss what they learned in each session.

There is a one-time orientation fee of $50 and each class attended has a fee of $30. For clients currently on parole, the orientation fee is $40 and each class is $25. Financial assistance is available to any client with a documented need. You may pay your BIPP fees online here.

Clients who successfully complete the 24-week BIPP program will receive a Certificate of Completion. Participation hours and program completion can be verified to the designated court or a relevant referral source, as needed.