Does your partner…
- Become jealous without reason?
- Insult you, yell at you, or call you names?
- Humiliate you in front of others?
- Prevent you from seeing friends or family, working or attending school?
- Control finances and force you to account for everything you spend?
- Have sudden outbursts of rage?
- Destroy personal property or sentimental items?
- Threaten to hurt you or your children?
- Force you to have sex against your will?
- Shove, hit, slap, kick, punch, or bite you?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be abused.
Mental health sessions are available for survivors of Domestic Violence, specifically emotional, physical, financial, or sexual abuse by a partner and children who have witnessed Domestic Violence in the home. Other services include: parent and child interventions in family therapy, parenting skills training, help to develop a social network and referrals for emergency shelter, legal help, and other specialized services.
This program is funded in part with federal grant funds from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, Victims of Crime Act Victim Assistance Grant Funds, and state grant funds from the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Office of Victim Services.
To inquire about services, call Intake at 203-368-5598 or attend a Walk-in session through the Behavioral Health Department.
Center for Family Justice DV Hotline: 203-384-9559
Center for Family Justice Sexual Assault Hotline: 203-333-2233
Center for Family Justice Civil Court Advocate: 203-579-7211