What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic Violence or intimate partner violence is defined as a pattern of physical, sexual, and/or psychological abuse which is meant to control another person.

Most often the people are intimate partners, but they may also be roommates, a boyfriend or girlfriend, an adult child who lives with his/her parents, or a parent who is abused by his/her adult children.

CAPSA is the state and federally recognized domestic violence specialist serving Cache and Rich Counties. If you or someone you know has experienced or been impacted by domestic violence, please call CAPSA at (435) 753-2500 to speak with a caseworker and learn about options and resources available to help you.