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Westport Couple Supports Work At Center For Family Justice

William Hass, president and CEO of family services in Woodfield and Andrea Goodman, president of the board of The Center for Family Justice at the reception Governor Malloy and his wife held at the governor’s mansion in Hartford.
William Hass, president and CEO of family services in Woodfield and Andrea Goodman, president of the board of The Center for Family Justice at the reception Governor Malloy and his wife held at the governor’s mansion in Hartford. Photo Credit: Charlene Nolan and Maurice Hill
Debra A. Greenwood, CEO and president of The Center for Family Justice, introduces Jacob and Janet Navon of Westport at the governor's reception. The Navons will donate $50,000 If the center raises that amount in donations.
Debra A. Greenwood, CEO and president of The Center for Family Justice, introduces Jacob and Janet Navon of Westport at the governor's reception. The Navons will donate $50,000 If the center raises that amount in donations. Photo Credit: Charlene Nolan and Maurice Hill
Pictured from left: Fairfield Police Detective Kerry Dowling, Gov. Dannel Malloy and Anthony Iannini of Trumbull, a member of the center’s board of directors.
Pictured from left: Fairfield Police Detective Kerry Dowling, Gov. Dannel Malloy and Anthony Iannini of Trumbull, a member of the center’s board of directors. Photo Credit: Charlene Nolan and Maurice Hill
Fairfield Police Chief Gary McNamara with Debra A. Greenwood, CEO and President of The Center for Family Justice.
Fairfield Police Chief Gary McNamara with Debra A. Greenwood, CEO and President of The Center for Family Justice. Photo Credit: Charlene Nolan and Maurice Hill

HARTFORD, Conn. -- Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his wife recently held a reception at the governor’s mansion in Hartford to support the Center for Family Justice, which serves Fairfield and Easton.

At the reception, Janet and Jacob Navon of Westport pledged to donate $50,000 if the center could raise that amount.

The Center for Family Justice brings police and prosecutors as well as civil, legal and social services under one roof to aid victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault, according to a press release. It serves the communities of Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, and Trumbull.

It also runs satellite offices in Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull.