Creating diverse and innovative services for people

NAFI CT provides a vast array of programs and services across Connecticut where treatment options are based on the strengths and needs of adults, children, adolescents and families. Our professional and dedicated staff utilize a holistic, relational, trauma informed, cultural and gender responsive approach to assessment and treatment services. We work with each person to increase communication, social skills, improve relationships, increase circles of support and provide therapeutic services based on best practice research.

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NAFI Connecticut, Inc. will provide a safe and secure environment for all residents and ensures training, education, prevention, detection, response, investigation, and tracking of all reported acts of sexual abuse and sexual harassment.

How do I report sexual abuse?
If you suspect that sexual abuse has occurred at a NAFI CT program, you have several options for reporting. You may contact Amy Lefebvre, the NAFI CT PREA Coordinator, at (860) 284-1177, ext. 213. Reports may also be made directly to the Police Department in the location where the allegations occurred. Please have any information or evidence available for the investigator who will be assigned to handle the case. All reports are taken seriously and investigated as outlined by NAFI CT’s PREA policies and procedures.

Click the links below for the full NAFI CT PREA Audit Reports:

2015 PREA Audit Report 

2018 PREA Audit Report

NAFI CT DBT Intermediary IR Program Annual Report