Places that Help: Maryland
Updated: November 12, 2017
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 WomensLawnnedv.org.)
Asian Pacific Islander DV Resource Project
(202) 833-2233 (Monday – Thursday, 9AM-6:30PM and Friday 9AM-6PM)
The Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP) provides services to survivors and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a hotline with trained staff and advocates who speak over 20 Asian languages including: Japanese, Hindi, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Thai, Tagalog, and more; case management; survivor empowerment groups; community outreach; and training and technical assistance for law enforcement and service providers. The Asian/Pacific Island Domestic Violence Resource Project serves Maryland, D.C., and Virginia.
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370
Lanham, MD 20706
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) promotes awareness and prevention of domestic violence by providing a statewide Helpline for survivors. MNADV also provides national, statewide, and local domestic violence training, technical assistance, and monitors state legislation.
Tahirih Justice Center
201 North Charles Street, Suite 920
Baltimore, MD 21202
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 of Maryland
The People’s Law Library of Maryland (PLL) is a legal information and self-help website. PLL has legal resources on issues including: consumer, criminal, domestic violence, education, employment, family law, government benefits and services, health, housing, motor vehicles, senior citizens, wills/estates/probate, youth law, and more.
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