Click on the links below to find out more about Family CT’s events and programs.
Jackson Katz was our keynote speaker for our 10th Annual (Virtual) Walk, Run & Ride to End Domestic Violence. Click the link to see what he has to say about domestic violence, the men's triad of violence, and how we can take a stand.
Family Centered Services of CT (Family CT) believes that all people have the basic human right to be safe - safe to go for a run, safe to be in their homes, and safe to engage with those who commit to serve and protect, without fear for their lives. We recognize that conversations about safety must include conversations about race.
Please click the link to read Family CT's statement about racism and the recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many others.
Family CT continues to provide all of our services remotely to help ensure the safety of our clients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. To make a referral to one of our programs, click the link above.
Prior to COVID-19, we had a food pantry in our office that allowed us to provide essential non-perishable food and grocery items to clients who are in need. Now, after several food distributions during the pandemic, it is depleted. We have created an Amazon Wishlist to help. Click the link above to check it out.
Family CT is now on Amazon Smile! When you select "Family Centered Services of CT" as the charitable organization of your choice, Family CT receives 0.5% of each purchase that you make.
Family CT is on social media. Click to find out where you can find us online!
Family Centered Services works with families to ensure they are safe and nurturing places where children can succeed.
We envision a world of healthy families, where children grow up to be confident and caring adults and contributing members of their families
We believe all children have the right to live in an safe, nurturing environment, free from violence, abuse, and neglect.
Empowerment-Based Family Support
Our work is based on the belief that all people, and all families, have strengths. This is a core principle of an empowerment-based family support model currently being taught by the Connecticut Family Development Institute to help families achieve healthy self-reliance and interdependence with their communities. We helps each family to assess their needs and strengths and works in partnership with families to help them set and reach goals, learn and practice skills and feel better prepared to meet future challenges.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy
Family Centered Services of CT (Family CT) is committed to creating and sustaining a culture of equity and inclusivity that promotes the development of each individual regardless of race, ethnicity or cultural background, language proficiency, literacy, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, physical abilities, socioeconomic status, education or life experiences. We respect and value each person’s unique strengths, differences, characteristics and contributions, and recognize that this diversity enriches our perspective, fosters collaboration, nurtures the talents and skills of each individual and contributes to the growth of our agency. We believe that everyone shares responsibility for promoting an inclusive work environment, challenging inequalities and respecting the diversity and dignity of each employee, client and partner as we work to achieve our vision of a world of healthy families where children grow up to be confident and caring adults and contributing members of their community.
I have learned and gained so much from this parenting program.
I never thought that I could have learned and gained so much from a parenting program.
Kayla and Luis
We are so excited and thankful….
Kayla and Luis
New parents and NFN participants Kayla and Luis have always loved the outdoors.
Learning to advocate saved me and my family .
Luz is a 32 year old South American mother of two children, who came to the United States three years ago to join her children’s father.
This class helped me with so much.
This class has given me the motivation to move forward and that violence comes in a lot of ways, breaking, yelling and more.
Being willing to trust helped me to learn.
I would say that I got a lot from this...the groups help with self-respect and goals in life!
There is nothing more important than a child.
I think it is very important to help your own community. There is nothing more important than a child.
A mother's devotion to her family enables them to thrive.
Sally is a 26 year old single mom of 2 children, both girls ages 6 and 8.
Nurturing Families Network Home Visitor
This young woman confided that she had been living under her boyfriend’s abusive and controlling behavior for a long time.
In her own words
Then I heard about the Family CT domestic violence program, I called them and they assisted me very quickly.
Just a little can go a long way.
When you donate to Family Centered Services of CT you are joining with others in making a difference in the life of a child, mother, father or family who has been a victim of trauma, abuse or neglect. You are answering the need to help Family CT provide quality services to families that are free of charge. You are helping Family CT meet the needs of the most vulnerable. You are helping us to help children grow up to be confident caring adults and contributing members of our communities. DONATE
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