Category Archive: Domestic Violence

Jan 27 2015

“No More” Super Bowl Ad

When it’s hard to talk it’s up to us to listen. Join us in the pledge … Say “NO MORE”

Nov 05 2014

Congratulations Representative Dave Zoni!

I am thrilled my dear friend, Democratic Representative Dave Zoni was just re-elected to the Connecticut 81st Assembly House District, defeating former Republican Southington Town Councilor, Al Natelli. In a November 4, 2015 Record Journal article, Dave stated, “I’ve connected over the past two years with my constituents, I think I’ve done a great job …

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Nov 01 2014

Casey Speaks Out Against Domestic Violence

I had the honor of sharing my story with The Southington Rotary Club in October during Domestic Violence Awareness month…      Post by: Casey Morley – “I have emerged from a life filled with abuse and chronicle my journey in  my book, Crawling Out, available at I hope by sharing my story I can …

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Oct 06 2014

Bikers Against Child Abuse

Breaking the Chains of Child Abuse The Bikers Against Child Abuse are my heroes. It was an honor to have them at my Crawling Out book launch celebration last month. I’d like to share with you the great work these amazing individuals do for children…  Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc. (BACA) is a non-profit organization …

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Sep 18 2014

Journey from Abuse to Advocacy

SEETHEIDEA MARGARET WAAGE PHOTOGRAPHY Ten lives have been claimed by intimate partner violence in Connecticut in 2014 according to The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence. That statistic is too high for Casey Morley, a survivor who is speaking out to raise domestic violence awareness. Morley, a Southington resident, is the author of newly published ‘Crawling Out: One Woman’s Journey to an …

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Aug 17 2014

Crawling Out – The Male Perspective

Crawling Out – The Male Perspective When I started writing this book, I never thought I would make such an impact by sharing my story. I thought I might help other women, victims like myself, understand there’s help available, and that they too can find the courage and strength to crawl out from an abusive …

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Aug 10 2014

What Readers Are Saying About Crawling Out

Here’s what some people are saying about my book, Crawling Out, now available at … A Strong Woman’s Journey Casey Morley’s gripping memoir is about an always hopeful woman’s growth into her own, after a grim past in which she felt more like property than a gift. Her writer’s voice is open and charming. …

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Jul 12 2014

Casey Morley Pens Personal Story of Abuse to Help Other Victims Heal (Press Release)

Casey Morley pens personal story of abuse to help other victims heal. Southington, Conn. (PRWEB) July 11, 2014 Safe Horizon, the largest victim’s advocacy group in the United States, estimates that more than three million children witness domestic violence and abuse in their homes. Without help, the advocacy group states, girls in particular are more vulnerable to …

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Jul 01 2014

Networking Can Be Fun

Networking Can Be Fun! Last month I was invited to the first networking gathering by Shirley Bloethe at The Loop, in Plainville, Connecticut. My time there just flew by! I met interesting people from all walks of life, and conversations were flowing no matter what corner of the room I went to. I met Margaret …

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Jun 14 2014

The Center for Family Justice, Bridgeport Connecticut

What is going on at the Center for Family Justice? I met Deb Greenwood last month at the CCADV (Coalition Against Domestic Violence) Spring Reception last month held at the at Governor Dannel Malloy’s residence. Debra is the CEO/President of The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport, CT which offers a variety of programs and …

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Jun 11 2014

A Grand Evening with the Governor

And a Grand Evening It Was …. The Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence held a spring reception at Governor Malloy’s Residence on June 10th 2014. The reception was to raise funds to support the organization’s statewide work to strengthen Connecticut’s response to victims of domestic violence. We arrived a little early to find at least 15 …

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Jun 01 2014

Abuse Awareness

  Post by: Casey Morley – “I have emerged from a life filled with abuse and chronicle my journey in  my book, Crawling Out, available at I hope by sharing my story I can help other victims of domestic violence realize that they too, can start their own journey of crawling out – and that …

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May 08 2014

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event Fairfield CT May 3rd 2014

I made LOTS of friends at the 2nd Annual WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES event on Saturday May 3rd 2014 in Fairfield, CT. This is a walk to spread awareness of the problem of domestic abuse, to put a stop to sexual assault and violence against women. It’s all part of the White Ribbon …

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Apr 13 2014

Local Author Speaks Out Against Domestic Violence by Brittany Knowles

Brittany Knowles is today’s guest blogger. She is a college student who wrote such a beautiful article for her journalism class, we just had to share it ….. Casey shared with me that it has been seven years since she first sat down at her kitchen table with her legal pad and pen. She had …

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Apr 13 2014

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes May 3rd, 2014

The Center for Family Justice (formerly The Center for Women and Families) is excited to invite you to our 2nd Annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes ™ event, co-sponsored by The Center for Family Justice and the Fairfield Police Department. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes ™ will be held on Saturday, May 3, …

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