At Interval House, our Court Advocates are aware of the many laws in Connecticut intended to help keep victims of domestic violence safe and hold offenders accountable for their actions.
Some of the laws (also known as “statutes”) created by the Connecticut General Assembly are to help keep victims safe. These laws, referred to as domestic violence or family violence laws, apply to victims regardless of their age, gender, economic status, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, education, or immigration status.
Interval House child advocates help parents connect with needed resources, and offer supportive services and information. Child Advocates provide services to the children of our clients in the community and in our shelter.