CT Safe Connect’s domestic violence hotlines are open 24/7, and their staff can help you ask the court for a restraining order.
- Call or text 1-888-774-2900.
- Chat or email with staff at www.ctsafeconnect.com.
- They can help you apply for a temporary restraining order.
Even though Connecticut courts are not hearing some types of cases now, you can still ask the court for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) or a Civil Protection Order (CPO).
Important things to know during COVID-19:
Although you may file for a temporary restraining order on your own, the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV\ CT Safe Connect) is available to help you with your application. For assistance, contact CT Safe Connect at www.CTSafeConnect.org or call (888) 774-2900.
The courts are also processing criminal cases involving domestic violence.
If you have very low income, you can get legal help from Statewide Legal Services by calling 1-800-453-3320. You can also visit https://ctlawhelp.org/family/abuse.