Partner Spotlight: Triangle Community Center’s Anthony Crisci

Editor’s Note: As part of our ongoing series introducing our partners at Connecticut’s first Family Justice Center, we recently chatted with Anthony Crisci, executive director of the Norwalk-based Triangle Community Center. TCC is Fairfield County’s leading provider of programming for the LGBTQ community. Triangle was also the second community partner to formally join CFJ with […]

Debra Greenwood’s Annual Gratitude List

This is a time of year when we reflect on the gifts and blessings we have in our lives. For me, of course, that begins with my wonderful family who support my dedication to the work we do here at The Center for Family Justice. They share my goals of fostering kinder communities and lives […]

Survivor Story: The Bottom of The Stairs

  Editor’s note: Starting with this issue of CFJ Hope News, we are giving our survivors a voice, so we can all better understand what our client’s face daily. Today, meet the band mom, soccer mom, active community volunteer with a law degree and a master’s degree who is just like you. She is your […]

Four Questions for Nancy Grace

Nancy Grace’s path to becoming an outspoken, high-profile legal analyst and victims’ rights activist began with personal tragedy. When she was a 19-year-old college student, her fiancé, Keith Griffin, was murdered during a robbery. “His world ended and mine exploded,” she says. The murder forever altered Grace’s dreams of becoming a professor of Shakespearean literature. […]

Our President/CEO Debra Greenwood’s Annual Gratitude List

  Dear Friends: What a wonderful few weeks of heartfelt generosity we’ve witnessed this month at The Center for Family Justice. Our lobby has been filled with a steady stream supporters who’ve come bearing gifts for our clients. It has truly been an outpouring of overwhelming kindness and our clients and staff have been touched […]

Safe Navigating: Tips for Maintaining Online Privacy and Safety

The internet and digital communication can be excellent resources for getting help. But they can also be ways for your partner to track your activity, especially if you are using your own computer or mobile device. It’s important to remember that emails, instant messages or other texting platforms are never completely confidential. However, there are […]

The Center for Family Justice has a new look

When we changed our name from The Center for Women and Families of Eastern Fairfield County to The Center for Family Justice, we knew we needed a new website. With today’s launch of www.CenterForFamilyJustice.org, we are better able to meet our community needs. Our new website clearly communicates our mission: that we are dedicated to […]