Home

Welcome to Prudence Crandall Center

Dedicated to helping individuals achieve lives free of domestic violence by providing care, advocacy, support, and education.

allarewelcome-300x1981 For over 43 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.

Upcoming Events

Recent Blog Posts

View All Posts

Facebook Posts

Stop by the registration table at the Central Connecticut State University men's basketball game today to say hi to Cara Conners, learn about PCC and watch out Executive Director Barbara Damon coach at the half time show!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Come see our Executive Director, Barbara Damon "coach" her team at the 8TH Annual Men Make a Difference, Men Against Domestic Violence™ Celebrity Half-Time Basketball Game, which takes place during the 3:30pm Central Connecticut State University Men’s Basketball game in Detrick Gymnasium in New Britain this Saturday. CCSU is playing against Robert Morris University.

This year, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Fox 61’s Joe Furey and The Real Rich Coppola, Sports and NBC Connecticut’s Brad Drazen NBC Connecticut, will be in attendance--men engaged in raising awareness to END domestic violence!!! Senator Blumenthal, a leader in this important initiative, will be the game’s "referee." It's sure to be great fun for a great cause!

Join us and our sister agency Interval House as we raise awareness against Domestic Violence as well as Teen Dating Violence.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

We are THRILLED with our great friends from Carter Mario Injury Lawyers in New Britain-- helping to raise awareness about teen dating violence, an issue that impacts 1 in 3 dating teens. Thank you for helping us break cycles of violence to make our communities safer for all! #orange4love ... See MoreSee Less

Our team in New Britain decided to "Dress Down and Go Orange," in an effort to raise awareness for this important issue! #orange4love

View on Facebook

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Knowledge is power--learn the facts.

Join us and our friends at Berlin High School (@BHS_Berlin_CT) make a difference by Dressing Down and Going Orange to raise awareness on February 14th!!

For more information visit: Dress Down and Go Orange!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

We are so grateful to Barbara Ducham, Financial Advisor from Liberty Bank.

Every month a Liberty Bank community volunteer is drawn at random and given the opportunity to direct a $250 donation to the nonprofit of his or her choice -- this month Barbara won and she chose us! Not only did she donate $250, she matched $50 and gave us two lovely handmade afghans from her neighbor. THANK YOU!!!

Pictured left to right: Barbara Ducham and Carolyn Jasper
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook