CFJ values its relationship with the media and considers press members important allies in our efforts to spotlight issues related to domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in our communities. Therefore, we strive to be accessible to the press whenever possible.
Chief Media Spokesperson:
Debra A. Greenwood, President & CEO
(Please contact Julie Banks (at email/number below) to arrange interviews with Debra Greenwood)
Julie Banks, Marketing and Volunteer Coordinator
203-334-6154 Ext. 128
The Center for Family Justice provides crisis and supportive services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in the communities of Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, and Trumbull.
Each year, CFJ works with more than 4,500 clients impacted by the trauma of abuse and reaches thousands more through its community awareness events and programming offered by our Training Institute.
Our free, confidential services are available to anyone impacted by the trauma of domestic or sexual abuse and violence. This includes adults and children of any gender, background, or immigration status.
We are one of 18 domestic violence agencies in the state of Connecticut and one of 11 agencies that supports survivors of sexual abuse and violence.
We are also a nationally accredited Child Advocacy Center and work closely with children impacted by the trauma of domestic and sexual abuse and violence.
We are a tax-exempt 501c3 nonprofit with a Gold Star rating on the Guide Star charity navigator platform. As such, we rely heavily on the generous support of individual, business and foundation donors to make our programs and services possible.
- Our most recent Annual Reports
- Our Camp Hope America-Bridgeport brochure
- Our CFJ Program Brochure
- Our Spanish-language CFJ Program Brochure
- Our Crisis Services Information Card
- A brief timeline of our 127-year history as a community-based nonprofit
- Our current Board of Directors
- Recent CFJ Statistics
- Informational DV/SV Hotline Tear Sheet