The Center for Family Justice will participate in the eighth annual Fairfield County’s Giving Day on Feb. 25, with its proceeds from the regional day of philanthropy designated for an innovative program which offers its domestic violence clients free legal services.
The Center for Family Justice will hold a virtual Domestic Violence Awareness Month Vigil this October to commemorate the lives of 14 recent victims of domestic violence homicides in Connecticut in 2019 and raise awareness about the prevalence of abuse in local communities.
Just before the primary election, the endorsed Republican candidate in Connecticut’s 2nd Congressional District was arrested on domestic violence changes. Since then, additional information has come to light about the knowledge that J.R. Romano, state party chairman, and Sue Hatfield, Continue reading “Hwang Speaks Out On 2nd District GOP Candidate and State Party Leadership”
With stay-at-home restrictions in place, the coronavirus has triggered a rise in domestic abuse throughout Connecticut. Individuals and families are now faced with choosing between health risks associated with the coronavirus or staying at home with an abusive partner. The Center Continue reading “Bank of America Supports Domestic Violence Safe House”
Today, as our nation deals with an extraordinary public health crisis, Americans are being asked to stay home and practice social distancing.
Unfortunately, for too many people, home is not a safe place.
In fact, many of the thousands of adults and children we work with each year Continue reading “Supporting the Most Vulnerable Abuse Victims During a Pandemic”