Community Outreach Services, Lutheran Social Services
SpiriTrust Lutheran ® Domestic Abuse Solutions
SpiriTrust Lutheran® Domestic Abuse Solutions offers alternatives to domestic abuse by providing the opportunity, information and skills training needed to help individuals who have used violence or abuse begin to live non-violently. A group learning process is used in all four educational programs. Although it is not therapy, the process is therapeutic and fosters personal growth for those who have been abusive, controlling or violent with an intimate partner or other family member. At any given time there are group members who are new, others who are nearly finished, and many at various in between stages. SpiriTrust Lutheran Domestic Abuse Solutions assists the judicial system in verifying conformity with court orders and help ensure victim safety by tracking the compliance of special conditions within the Protection From Abuse (PFA) order. SpiriTrust Lutheran Domestic Abuse Solutions performs Risk of Harm Evaluations as per sections 5329 & 5330 of the Pennsylvania domestic relations statute regarding child custody. The “risk of harm evaluation” is not a full custody assessment but can be a useful component for consideration in custody decisions.
  • Domestic Abuse Solutions for Men: This program is for men who have used abuse in interpersonal relationships with current and/or former intimate partners. The curriculum is based on the program, Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter, from the Domestic Abuse Project in Duluth, Minnesota. The full curriculum requires 26 sessions and continues on a rotating basis with new men joining the groups each month.
    • Intervention Services for Fathers: This program is for men who are actively parenting their or their partner's children. The program focuses on the client's intimate partner relationships and his father role in parenting children.
    • Intervention Services for Women Choosing Non-Violence: This program is for women who have used abuse in interpersonal relationships. The 16-week program seeks to provide healthy empowerment and accountability for women and justice for the community. Intervention Services Passages: For young men who have been abusive in domestic and dating relationship.
    • Domestic Abuse Solutions for Anger Management: This program centers around coping methods and accountability for those who have used violence outside of intimate relationships. Referrals are accepted from social workers, judges, attorneys, parole agents, probation officers and clergy, as well as self-referred individuals
  • 750 Kelly Drive
    York, PA 17404
    Eligibility: Domestic Abuse Solutions accepts men and women both by court mandate and personal referral.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Phone/FAX Numbers
    • (717) 852-4357 Main
    • (717) 854-0806 Fax
    Intake Procedure: Call Domestic Abuse Solutions to schedule an appointment for an assessment.
    Fee Amounts:
  • Fees are charged for the services provided by Domestic Abuse Solutions. An application for reduced fees is available upon request.
  • Facility/ADA access: Fully Accessible
    Service Contact: Juanita Sprenkle Jones, MHS, Program Coordinator, 717-852-4357,
    • Domestic Violence Issues
    • Domestic Violence Support Groups
    • Fathers
    • Female Spouse/Intimate Partner Abusers
    • Group Counseling
    • Male Spouse/Intimate Partner Abusers
    • Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counseling
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    Community Outreach Services, Lutheran Social Services
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