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When an athlete wears a pink glove, it's usually to promote awareness of breast cancer. But Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara recalled a story about such a glove being used for a different purpose - to shame 8 year old baseball players out of crying. Continue Reading >
A local physician and police supervisors from Groton City, New London and Waterford were among the 100 men honored by Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence at the organization's First 100 Plus breakfast event in Cromwell Tuesday morning. Continue Reading >
Connecticut’s leading voice for victims of domestic violence and those agencies that serve them. We are a membership organization of Connecticut’s 18 domestic violence service agencies that provide critical support to victims including safety planning, emergency shelter, court advocacy, counseling and support groups, among other services.