Friday, March 2, 2012
Alliance for Victims of Violence and Their Families Inc. recently named
CT-ALIVE is a community-based victim services organization headquartered in West Hartford that has been in existence as a non-for-profit
CT-ALIVEís mission is to help victims heal, grow and change after violence and abuse. Its services which include support, advocacy and education are provided free-of-charge. CT-ALIVE current activities focus on its Never Going Back to Abuse Project that builds on the life-saving work of domestic violence shelters and sexual assault crisis centers in this state.
While the goal of those programs is to get the women safely out of abuse, this project helps women stabilize their lives emotionally, financially and socially so that they will not return to an abusive relationship in the future.
Through this project, CT-ALIVE supports the motivational workshops of Susan Omilian of
Funding is provided by the Petit Family Foundation honoring Jennifer, Hayley and Michaela Petit murdered in
Upcoming: An Evening of Thriver Spirit and Song will be held Saturday, May 5, at the Mandell Jewish Community Center in
For more information about the upcoming event, including how to be a sponsor, contact Susan Omilian at [email protected] or visit www.thriverspirit.com.
More about CT-ALIVE is available at www.ct-alive.org.
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