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Breaking the cycle of domestic violence...
One person at a time.
Welcome to Prudence Crandall Center
Dedicated to helping individuals achieve lives free of domestic violence by providing care, advocacy, support, and education.
For over 45 years, Prudence Crandall Center has been a leader in our state’s efforts to reduce the devastating impact of domestic violence in the lives of victims, their children, and our community. Today PCC is one of only a few programs in the country offering the full spectrum of shelter, housing and support services needed to offer practical, long-term solutions to the challenges faced by victims, helping them heal and move forward to safe, self-sufficient lives, free of violence. We also provide professional trainings, prevention programs for youth, and outreach to raise awareness, reach victims in need, and prevent violence in the future. Through all of our programs and services, we touch the lives of 8,000 adults and children each year throughout our region and state.
Recent Blog Posts
- Connecticut police see an increase in domestic violencecalls during coronavirus stay-at-home orders (5/13/2020)
- ‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’ has little meaning to victims of domestic violence, but there is help in area for those in need (5/13/2020)
- “Challenge” to Raise Funds to Sustain Life-Saving Services (3/21/2019)