The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin's Men’s Re-Education Program is a 25-week domestic abuse intervention program. The program is educational rather than therapeutic in approach, and uses a Native-specific curriculum to help offenders understand the complex cultural, social, and historical dimensions of violence against Native women. The program also addresses the use of power and control in relationships. Participants are mandated to the program by Brown and Outagamie County Courts, probation, and the State Department of Corrections, or may be referred by partnering agencies. Participants attend weekly two-hour sessions and are held accountable for their offending and compliance with court conditions by a multi-agency Coordinated Community Response team.