Center for Family Justice Seeks Volunteers

Posted on February 11, 2016

Nancy Denier – The Bridgeport News – Beth Andrews of Easton began her tenure at the Center for Family Justice as a volunteer. These days she  Continue Reading »

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Sharon King Davis: Domestic and Family Violence Hits All Tulsans

Posted on February 5, 2016

Sharon King Davis – Tulsa World – As a fourth generation Tulsan, I easily remember my almost idyllic childhood growing up in the 1950s. Neighbors took  Continue Reading »

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Metro to House Resource Facility for Victims in Las Vegas Valley

Posted on January 31, 2016

Rachel Crosby – Las Vegar Review-Journal – In a valley where victim resources are spread far and wide, the Metropolitan Police Department is creating a “one-stop  Continue Reading »

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“The Emotional Cost of Domestic Abuse to Families Can’t Be Calculated” – How Police and Volunteers in Sutton are Giving Victims the Help They Need

Posted on January 29, 2016

Andrea Downey – This Is Local London – New legislation and a multi-agency approach to dealing with domestic abuse means more victims are being identified  Continue Reading »

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Knoxville Police Chief: New Bill Will Help Police Protect Domestic Violence Victims

Posted on January 27, 2016

Stephanie Beecken – WJHL News Channel 10 – KNOXVILLE – A bill has been introduced in the State Senate that both the Knoxville police chief and domestic  Continue Reading »

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