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February 01, 2021

CCADV Receives $25,000 COVID-19 Supply Donation from AT&T

The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) has received a significant donation of safety and personal health supplies from AT&T to assist the organization as it continues to carry out its mission during the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week, the delivery containing $25,000-worth of supplies arrived at the CCADV headquarters in Glastonbury. The delivery included 6,000 reusable face coverings and three pallets of hand sanitizer, containing approximately 4,000 bottles in various sizes. Download PDF >
January 20, 2021

CCADV Announces Appointment of Jennifer Little-Greer to its Board of Directors

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV), which works to transform social, and political attitudes through advocacy, policy development, public awareness, and education, today announced the appointment of its newest member of the Board of Directors, Jennifer Little-Greer. A resident of Hamden, Ms. Little-Greer currently serves as the Executive Director of the Minority Construction Council. She is responsible for leading advocacy efforts, increasing and maintaining corporate and minority business contractor memberships, developing programming for MBE contractors, and executing an annual business plan and mission to the organizations overall strategic plan. “Jennifer brings with her immeasurable skills in management and diversity that will have a meaningful impact on the work of CCADV,” said David Bogan, CCADV Board Chair and partner at Locke Lord, LLP. “As an active champion of diversity in the construction industry, she is well positioned to strengthen CCADV’s efforts to ensure an equitable and accessible domestic violence service system.” Download PDF >
January 14, 2021

CCADV Issues Latest Homicide Report Marking 20 Years of Strengthening Connecticut’s Systemic Response to Intimate Partner Violence

Connecticut saw a notable increase in intimate partner homicides in 2018 when compared to the previous three years (18 in 2018 vs. 10 in 2017, 12 in 2016 and 9 in 2015). Since 2000, 278 individuals, 86% of whom were women, have lost their lives at the hands of their intimate partner. Connecticut’s average annual intimate partner homicide rate remains steady at just under 14 homicides each year (13.9). And while there was a notable increase in the use of edged weapons (7 in 2018 and 6 in 2019, compared to 1 in 2017, 3 in 2016 and 1 in 2015), firearms remain the single most commonly used weapon in these homicides, used in 39% of intimate partner homicides between 2000 and 2019. Download PDF >
November 16, 2020

CCADV CEO, Karen Jarmoc, to Depart Next Month

Today the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic (CCADV) announces that Karen Jarmoc, its Chief Executive Officer, will be leaving the organization after nearly ten years of leadership. Jarmoc will leave CCADV in mid-December to take on the position of Assistant Vice President Sustainability Leader at The Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut. At The Hartford, Jarmoc will be a part of leading sustainability matters in such areas as environmental stewardship, diversity and inclusion, social responsibility, corporate ethics and governance practices. Download PDF >

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