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Safe Futures summer camp to help kids exposed to domestic violence

The children will participate in regular camp activities, and will have break out sessions each day to work on their trauma issues.

Read more on The Day.

Domestic violence agency acquires Norwich homeless provider

Safe Futures purchased Bethsaida’s properties at 103 and 117 Cliff St. in Norwich, known as the Katie Blair House and Flora O’Neill apartments, for $1 on March 4. Two staff members from Bethsaida are now employed by Safe Futures…

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State awarding nonprofits $30.8 million for capital improvement projects

Eight organizations in southeastern Connecticut, including Safe Futures, among 92 recipients.

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Local organization creates safe house that accepts pets

NEW LONDON, CT (WFSB) – A shelter for abused women on the shoreline is the first in the state to shelter family pets too.

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The Cactus Jack Foundation will match your gift.

The Cactus Jack Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to aid individuals, families and other charitable organizations in need throughout Southeastern Connecticut, has generously offered to match up to $5000 gifts made to Safe Futures. Donations will be used to fund expansion of Safe Futures’ Violence is Preventable and Healthy Relationship programming in

The Cactus Jack Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to aid individuals, families and other charitable organizations in need throughout Southeastern Connecticut, has generously offered to match up to $5000 gifts made to Safe Futures.

Donations will be used to fund expansion of Safe Futures’ Violence is Preventable and Healthy Relationship programming in 10 new schools in New London county during the 2018-2019 school year. With your donations, students will be able to learn how to solve conflicts nonviolently, deal with emotion management, develop empathy, prevent bullying, have healthy friendships and dating relationships, and use restorative practices, creating a safer future for the New London community at large.

Donations can be made online or can be dropped off or mailed to Safe Futures, 16 Jay Street, New London, Connecticut 06320.

To learn more about how the Cactus Jack Foundation is changing the lives of individuals all over Southeastern Connecticut, visit www.cactusjackfoundation.org.

Candlelight vigil held for victims of domestic violence

While walking past the Children’s Playground in Waterford Phil Rodriguez shared memories of his daughter Corina Zukowski during much happier times…

Read the full article on WTNH.

Parents want better communication about middle school merger in Stonington

Parents were able to express their concerns about the consolidation during a “restorative practice” led by Kris Wraight, associate director of prevention and restorative practices at Safe Futures of New London, and Patrick Sheehan-Gaumer, an educator at Safe Futures.

Read the full article on The Westerly Sun

Cactus Jack Foundation continues to spread holiday cheer

Waterford — There is a certain mystique that belies the simplicity of the phrase: good people doing good things. And that’s not only the vocation, but ought to be the slogan for the Cactus Jack Foundation, a bunch of local sports guys whose benevolence has morphed into its own parcel of heroism here in this season

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Make a Difference: Safe Futures

Lauren has had to overcome overwhelming emotional trauma, adjust to single parenting to three children, and other serious health concerns.

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