Men’s Nonviolence Classes Information:
Due to the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, all of our Men’s Nonviolence classes are taking place in a live interactive online format.
We offer multiple days and times to attend group although placement will be based upon availability within the groups. Payment, attendance, and requirements for completion will be addressed directly during individual orientations.
Groups consist of up to 10 participants plus 2 facilitators.
The program is 27 weeks. Participants attend one group/class per week.
Completion typically occurs when the participant has successfully attended all 27 groups/classes and has paid for their program fees in full.
Men’s Nonviolence Class Enrollment Process for St. Louis, Carlton, Douglas, and Lake County in MN:
Step 2) After submitting enrollment paperwork, you will need to call the Men’s Group program coordinator, Pat Goodman, to schedule your individual orientation. Contact information is listed below.
Step 3) Complete your scheduled online orientation. This is when you will receive your group day and time. Placement will be based on group availability.
Step 4) After completing orientation you will receive a link to join your weekly group.
**Online paperwork is currently being updated. Please call the program coordinator to receive hard copy paperwork.**
Men’s Nonviolence Class Enrollment Process for All Additional Counties and Out of State Participants:
Due to the high demand to serve our local community we have to limit the amount of out of county and state participants we can enroll at one time. Please note, out of community spots are filled quickly and a waiting list has been created. Enrollment is placed upon a first come first serve basis. Contact our Men’s Nonviolence Program coordinator for instructions on how to complete your enrollment paperwork, information on out of community fees, and any questions you may have.
Tuesdays: 10:00-11:30am and 6:00 – 7:30pm
Wednesdays: 10:00-11:30am, 10:30am – Noon, 6:00-7:30pm, and 5:30-7:00pm
For questions, please contact Pat Goodman, Men’s Program Coordinator, at 218-722-2781 ext. 106 or firstname.lastname@example.org