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25 Years of Speaking of Women!

Join us in celebrating 25 years of Speaking of Women, our premier annual fundraiser, on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at The Waterview in Monroe. This year, we welcome bestselling author and survivor Stephanie Land to our podium. Tickets for our luncheon program and our live-stream broadcast are available for purchase online or by calling 203-993-8135.

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Secure Your Financial Future!

CFJ is partnering with W!SE to provide the MoneyW!SE program, a FREE 12-session virtual Finance Course. Classes are Mondays beginning July 18th from 6-7:30pm. For more information or to register, please contact Marisa Garwacki at 203-993-8116 or Huge thank you to TD Charitable Trust for underwriting this program!

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Don't Sweat Summer Car Repairs!

Embrace the lazy days of summer and let us take care of that vehicle you no longer need with a free pick-up. The process is easy, and your gift could qualify for a tax deduction.

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Meet the Faces of HOPE

Our Faces of HOPE represent some of the more than 4,500 individuals and families who have endured the devastating trauma of abuse in our communities. Donors like you help CFJ change and save lives by offering our clients shelter, counseling, free legal and self-sufficiency services, transforming them from victims into survivors.

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Building Something Empowerful

At CFJ, we know that safe housing is critical for survivors to restore hope and rebuild their lives in the aftermath of abuse. Enter: The Empower House Project. Empower House is more than just a shelter. With your support, we will be able to provide all of the services our clients need in one safe space, allowing them to not just recover and survive, but thrive.

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Get Help

24/7, we are here to help anyone in need of crisis emergency services – or simply information – about abuse and violence: domestic, sexual and child.

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Online Training Institute

CFJ provides expert prevention education and training in our communities, and now we’re online with a permanent and ongoing list of live webinars from various experts in violence and prevention.

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Get Certified!

Three times a year, students of varying professional backgrounds and experience level become certified domestic and sexual violence advocates through The Center for Family Justice. Perfect for volunteering, professional development, and experience for your resume.

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Celebrating 25 Years of Speaking of Women

Tickets are now on sale for our 25th anniversary Speaking of Women event featuring Stephanie Land, the New York Times bestselling author of Maid: Hard Work, Low Wages and a Mother's Will to Survive. Stephanie’s memoir also serves as the real-life inspiration for the Emmy-nominated Netflix original series of the same name.

Our live luncheon program will be held at The Waterview in Monroe on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, beginning at 12 noon. Guests can also purchase a virtual ticket to view the program via a day-of livestream broadcast.

We hope you will join us for this always-inspiring event. Your support provides critical funding that allows CFJ staff to provide transformative services to individuals and families in crisis, and to serve the children who most need our help in breaking the inter-generational cycle of violence. The impact for our clients is life-changing.

We look forward to celebrating 25 years of Speaking of Women with you on September 14!

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Learn More Who We Are Who We Are

Our roots in the greater Bridgeport community are deep, dating to 1884, first as a YWCA and then as The Center for Women and Families of Eastern Fairfield County. On January 21, 2014, we officially changed our name to The Center for Family Justice, Connecticut’s first Family Justice Center and the 95th in the world.

Learn More Learn More What We Do What We Do

We are the only emergency crisis provider for victims of domestic and sexual abuse in the six towns we serve: Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull. We help people restore their lives and educate our communities to prevent further abuse.

Learn More Learn More Whom We Serve Whom We Serve

Everyone impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Our clients are women, men, children, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people of all ages. Some are directly or indirectly impacted by abuse and violence; others seek help for a friend or loved one.

Learn More What is Domestic Abuse? What is Sexual Assualt? What is Child Abuse? How can I help a friend or family member?

Calendar & Events

2022 Speaking of Women

September 14, 2022 12:00 pm

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SOLD OUT! Domestic & Sexual Violence Certification Training

September 13, 2022 10:00 am

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Success Stories

Our greatest accomplishment is to turn victims into self-sustaining survivors. Read the inspirational stories of our clients who learned the tools they needed to help themselves – and their families – become whole.

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Training & Outreach

We offer educational programs in the schools and on college campuses, community outreach and professional trainings on issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

Read More Donate Today! Exit Now Domestic Abuse Hotline 203.384.9559 Sexual Assault Hotline 203.333.2233 Get HelpSigns of AbuseServicesWhom We ServeTechnology SafetyWays to HelpDonateDonate A CarEvent CalendarEvent ListHelp A Friend HotlineHow Men Can HelpYouth InvolvementCareersVolunteer & InternshipsResourcesCoaches as PartnersPrevention & EducationTraining InstituteStatisticsNewsMedia ResourcesGalleryAbout UsWho We AreWhat We DoOur HistorySuccess StoriesAnnual ReportFAQWhat is Domestic Violence?What is Sexual Violence?What is Child Abuse?What is an Advocate?Do Non-Citizens Have Right?What is a Safety Plan?ResourcesHow to Help Friends & FamilyWhat Is Elder Abuse?Common MythsTechnology SafetyContact Us © Center for Family Justice. All Rights Reserved. Legal Disclaimer Privacy Policy

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