Domestic Violence Referral Information
24 Hour Crisis Hotline - Baltimore County / Carroll County 410-828-6390
Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence
Family & Children Services (west side of county)
Offers crisis intervention, case management, legal advocacy, shelter, individual and group therapy for victims and their children, and intervention programs.
410-281-1334 Baltimore County
410-876-1233 Carroll County
Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County (east side of county)
Provides safe shelter, transitional house, victims advocacy and support groups, court accompaniment, lawyer representation, individual and family psychotherapy, trauma group therapy and intervention programs.
410-285-7496 Safe Shelter
410-285-4357 All Other Services
Turnaround, Inc. (county and city)
Offers individual and group counseling for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault / abuse. Domestic violence services also include emergency and transitional housing for victims with their children and pets, legal services and referral, and abuser intervention programs.
House of Ruth
Provides legal advise and representation for domestic violence cases and also multi-cultural services.
Provides services to Jewish victims of domestic violence.
Family Violence Program at Northwest Hospital and Sinai Hospital. Provides crisis intervention, individual and group counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. Training for healthcare providers on Domestic Violence Intervention.
410-601-8692- Sinai Hospital
Abuser Intervention Program
For information, call The Family Violence Unit of Department of Social Services.
MD Youth Crisis Hotline
Fellowship of Lights (Shelter for Teens)
Department of Juvenile Justice
Dept. of Social Services (To report suspected Child Abuse)
The Family Tree (24 hour Family Stress Line)
Baltimore County Office of Substance Abuse
Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office / Family Violence Unit
Prepares for trial of criminal cases involving domestic violence.
Parole / Probation
Reports concerning the behavior of domestic violence offenders released to Parole / Probation supervision can be made to a victim advocate.
Temporary Protective Order Interim Order
Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Go to the District or Circuit Court, ask the Civil Clerk's desk for Petition of Protection (if in Circuit Court , see POARP below). After business hours, weekends, and holidays go to the Court Commissioner to get an Interim Order. The Commissioner will inform you of the date / location of your second hearing.
- Arbutus / Catonsville - 900 Walter Avenue 410-512-2500 District Court
- Essex / Rosedale - 8914 Kelso Drive 410-512-2300 District Court
- Towson - 120 E. Chesapeake Avenue 410-512-2000 District Court
Remedies under this law can include
- Order the Abuser to stay away
- Remove the abuser from the home
- Give temporary child custody
Protection Order Advocacy and Representation Project (POARP)
Emergency walk-in legal clinic for victims of domestic violence is located in Circuit Court. (401 Bosley Avenue, Towson) Provides free Protective Order legal advice and representation.
Filing Criminal Charges
Go to the Commissioner's Office (401 Bosley Avenue, Towson) with your police report or police report number.
Victim Information Notification Everyday (VINE)
Notifies victims when offenders are released from incarceration as well as protective order services.
Baltimore County DSS / Family Violence Unit
For Emergency Baltimore County Police Assistance
Domestic Violence Liaison - Youth and Community Resources Section
Domestic Violence Coordinators
- Precinct 1 Wilkens 410-744-1584
- Precinct 2 Woodlawn 410-887-4714
- Precinct 3 Franklin 410-887-6985
- Precinct 4 Pikesville 410-887-1279
- Precinct 6 Towson 410-887-5933
- Precinct 7 Cockeysville 410-887-1827
- Precinct 8 Parkville 410-887-5439
- Precinct 9 White Marsh 410-887-5035
- Precinct 11 Essex 410-887--0232
- Precinct 12 North Point 410-887-7336
Revised November 8, 2011