Hartford Interval House, Inc.

Interval House is dedicated to ending domestic violence and providing services that will prevent and break the cycle of family and intimate partner abuse. We strive to reach all persons at risk and bring about social change.


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Founded in 1977, Interval House is the largest agency in the state of Connecticut dedicated to ending domestic violence. From its inception in the basement of a Hartford church by women who wanted to help those who were suffering in silence, Interval House has long been committed to empowering its clients, providing a nurturing and encouraging environment for victims to heal and acquire the tools to move on. Interval House offers immediate and compassionate support to about 6,800 victims of domestic violence per year in 24 cities and towns both East and West of the Connecticut River—all at no charge.

Free & Confidential Services

Impact in 2022

  • 10,141 hotline calls were fielded, providing victims a secure connection to someone who could help;
  • 216 women and children were sheltered in the Safe House, shielding them from violence;
  • 11,088 bed nights were given to those seeking a place to rest and recover from abuse;
  • 33,264 meals were eaten by Safe House residents, who prepared food and dined together with their children;
  • 44,375 sessions of counseling, referrals, and court advocacy helped clients distance themselves from abusers;
  • 6,782 victims of domestic violence are on their way to becoming survivors.

Interval House is overseen by a Board of Directors and advocated for by community leaders, including the members of Men Make A Difference, Men Against Domestic Violence™—a group of prominent Connecticut men dedicated to mentoring male youth in the community and speaking up against abuse.

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