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CFJ Receives Federal Funds To Complete New Safe House

The Center for Family Justice is pleased to announce that it will receive $865,000 in federal budget funds to help it complete a new domestic violence transitional house, known as the Empower House, later this year. These funds have been committed to CFJ through the assistance of U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, who worked with the […]

Thanks to Our Generous Empower Ride Sponsors

CFJ is grateful to the many generous supporters who are making it possible for us to renovate and open a new domestic violence safe house in 2022 through their support of the Empower Ride. Alan Masarek, co-chair of our Empower House campaign, is riding from coast to coast on an epic journey across America to […]

Binky Patrol, Masuk High Students Donate Blankets to CFJ Clients and Camp HOPE

Several Masuk High School students spent part of their summer vacation creating handmade blankets for local children and teens impacted by domestic and sexual violence through their volunteer work for the Binky Patrol, a Monroe-based service organization. The Binky Patrol, which creates soft blankets for children and adults in need of warmth and comfort, recently […]

CFJ Announces Plans to Open New, Expanded Domestic Violence Safe House

Domestic violence victims in need of safe shelter and protection from their abusers, will soon have a new place to go for help and support. The Center for Family Justice¬†has acquired a 9,000 square foot home to expand safe house services for the more than 3,000 domestic violence victims it serves each year.¬† The new […]