Educational Inovations

Court Ordered Programs was established in 2010 in an effort to bridge policy, practice and research nationwide throughout the vast spectrum of family violence intervention including chemical dependency and criminal behavior. Having come to the realization that most State Certified Programs in the nation are running on old, outdated, inadequate and ineffective intervention programs with information established in the 1990’s, Court Ordered Programs began a search to find a newly established, most recently resourced, well networked, and a high tech program provider to delegate data collection and program development through their recognized Evaluation Framework.

Within a few weeks Court Ordered Programs acquired an already well established and highly acclaimed intervention and treatment provider named “Court Ordered Classes.” Court Ordered Classes was developed in 2007 to assist those who were physically unable to make it to their local classrooms to be able to get the services and intervention that they needed. These persons may have been handicapped, mentally ill, incarcerated, or they may have been hundreds of miles from any intervention program provider, and, in some cases, public figures, professional athletes or other celebrities that may have otherwise disrupted the classroom by merely their presence. Their technologically advanced “live group meeting” software allows course instructors to have classroom style group sessions with participants from all over the nation (students from Los Angeles, New York, Alaska, Hawaii and so on) to teach and collect in-debt information, while bringing a multitude of diverse cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, lifestyles and other differences, together for one common cause. This “live group meeting” adheres to and surpasses all State standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence and Batterers Intervention Programs.

It is because of such innovations that Court Ordered Programs Inc. and their distance learning programs DBA Court Ordered Classes have received dozens of endorsements from Judges and Family/Children’s Court Referees and hundreds of endorsements from social workers, probation and parole officers, case mangers, lawyers and public defenders.

Program evaluation is a systematic way to collect information about the characteristics, activities and results of the program in order to make decisions about the program. Evaluating a program helps you determine whether it is functioning as intended, or meeting its goals and objectives, and may help you identify areas of improvement. Court Ordered Classes uses Court Ordered Programs Evaluation Framework to guide our practice.

Project is intended to prevent reoccurrences of family violence or criminal behavior and improve mental health and it benefits all social workers, probation and parole officers, case mangers, judges, lawyers and public defenders but primarily the participants and their family members.
Project is an evaluation of a new, modified, or previously tested and untested intervention, service, or program.

Project involves, court offenders, human subjects, and is intended to generate or contribute to generalizable knowledge to improve public mental health practice, and the benefits extend to society.

Domestic Violence Prevention Mission -----------------------

We work to stop domestic violence. We do this one man at a time, one woman at a time, and one child at a time, using our proven counseling and educational programs.

To stop domestic violence, we also work to prevent it. We do this with individuals through counseling and education, through anger management classes, through drug and alcohol abuse classes, but also by working closely with partner organizations throughout each and every community throughout the United States.

Court Ordered Program’s partnerships with community and policy leaders, with higher education, with the law enforcement and court systems, and with human service organizations, have helped strengthen each community’s response to domestic violence on a daily basis.