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Where to Find Help

Statewide Programs

Maryland

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WomensLaw regrets that these resources have not been updated recently.  However, please note that the legal content on the Know the Laws section is updated annually and the rest of the website is also updated regularly.

Included in this list are programs that can offer help/referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state. (If you find inaccurate contact information, please let us know at WomensLaw@nnedv.org.)

Adelante Familia/St. Vincent de Paul
Phone: 410-732-2176
Web: http://www.vincentbaltimore.org
Email: info@vincentbaltimore.org
For Spanish speakers in the state of Maryland.

Asian Pacific Islander DV Resource Project
P.O. Box 14268
Washington, DC 20044
Phone: (202)464-4477
Web: http://www.dvrp.org
Email: info@dvrp.org
Provides services to people throughout MD, VA and DC.

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault
1517 Gov. Ritchie Highway, Suite 207
Arnold, MD 21012
Phone: (410) 974-4507
Web: http://www.mcasa.org/

Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
6911 Laurel Bowie Road, Ste. 309
Bowie, MD 20715
Phone: (301) 352-4574
Phone: (800) 634-3577
Fax: (301)809-0422
Web: http://www.mnadv.org
Email: info@mnadv.org

Safe and Respectful Relationships for All
Web: http://www.safeandrespectful.org
Email: info@safeandrespectful.org
A website with information about teen dating violence for teens, parents and teachers. Resources for teens in Delaware and Maryland.

Sexual Assault Hotline
Hotline: (410) 222-7273

Tahirih Justice Center
201 North Charles Street, Suite 920
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (571) 282-6161
Phone: (410) 999-1900
Web: http://www.tahirih.org/
Email: Baltimore@tahirih.org
The Tahirih Justice Center primarily provides services to immigrant women and girls who have been victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking. Clients do not have to be United States citizens. Services include free immigration, family, and civil legal services, forced marriage protection, social services, policy advocacy (domestic and sexual violence, gender-based asylum, fair immigration laws, and more), and training and education. Walk-ins are not accepted.

The People's Law Library
Web: http://www.peopleslaw.org
Read about the laws in Maryland.

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