The Center for Family Justice

Prevention Education

At The Center for Family Justice, we bring our professional and trained staff to your children’s schools to talk to them about a variety of issues, from bullying, body safety, teen dating and conflict resolution.

We make sure all our presentations are age appropriate and trauma informed as we work toward social change by promoting respectful, non-violent and healthy friendships, relationships, families and communities.

We break down the information so we can offer programs for students in:
Grades K-5 | Grades 6-8 | Grades 9-12 | College/University Students | General Public/Professionals

  • collage of speaking events, tables at events, and youth with motivational speaker
  • collage of camp hope group photos, remembering those affected by dv, and volunteers at community table
  • collage of students volunteering and making a difference
  • collage of award recipients and nonprofit work in with police
  • collage of speakers at CFJ events
  • Collage of camp hope students smiling, hanging out together and being in nature.
  • collage of CFJ staff with key stakeholders

We also are always looking for ways to inspire and engage our community by:

Recruiting + training mentors for our yearlong
Elizabeth M. Pfriem’s Pathway to HOPE program

Participating in The Sexual Violence Prevention Collaborative of Fairfield County’s Coaches As Partners program

Our Prevention and Education staff is available to answer any questions you have:

For more information on offering trainings, please contact:

Amanda Posila, Director of Education & Community Engagement
(203) 334-6154, ext. 114 or

Jessica Levene, Prevention Education Manager
(203) 334-6154, ext. 163 or

Liv Gamsu, Prevention Educator
(203) 334-6154, ext. 132 or

Or check out our calendar to see what training events we have scheduled.