Victim Services - Other Statewide Resources
Provides legal representation for children, identifies services for families and children.
Provides individuals and families with civil and legal services.
A support group for adults who have lost loved ones.
Provides support for families after the loss of a child
For families who have lost loved ones to homicide.
Information and referral service which serves the state of Maryland. Open 24 hours.
Provides a 24 hour hotline for crisis counseling and youth crisis intervention. Provides 2 shelter facilities & short term counseling programs. Offers statewide community education programs.
SIA is a 12-step, self-help recovery program, modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous, for survivors of child sexual abuse. There are no dues or fees they are self-supporting through voluntary contributions.
Refers clients to attorneys practicing within a particular county in specific areas of need.
Support group for parents who have been or feel they may become abusive. Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Lobbies for the passage of legislation relating to crime prevention, punishment of criminals, protection of victims' rights, and other aspects of the criminal justice system. There are no hours of operation; they only return calls.
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
6911 Laurel Bowie Road
Bowie, MD 20715
24 Hour Non-Emergency help line: 1-800-634-3577
Coalition Advocacy, Education and Support Continuation Contact: David Delehantey 301-352-4574
Pro-Prosecution Initative Contact: Jodi Finkelstein 301-352-4574
Support group for families and loved ones of people who committed suicide. Meeting at 8:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month.
Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, Inc.
phone number, 1-877-VICTIM1(1-877-842-8461)
Provides victim support including court accompaniment, Victim Impact Statement preparation, legal advocacy, and social work services.