Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County

Organization Description

Family Crisis Center of Baltimore is here to help individuals and families prevent and interrupt cycles of violence so every one can be safe and thrive. Services include shelter and housing, victim advocacy, and family counseling. 

Program Details

Family Crisis Services

Program Website: Family Crisis Services

Program Description:

Connect with an Advocate: Connect with an advocate who can help you understand the risks involved and what resources and information might be helpful to you in your situation. An advocate can help you navigate complex systems, including police, court, social services, and other community agencies.

You may meet with an advocate one time or receive extended advocacy services. Advocates are available in office by phone and in person as well as at community locations. Call today 410-828-6390.  

Advocates provide the following services:

  • Assessment, including risk assessment
  • Individualized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Connection to resources
  • Court accompaniment to provide support at protective order and other hearings
  • Advocacy in accessing services and protection of victim/survivor rights
  • Information and referral
  • Follow-up outreach and support
  • Mobile advocacy, provided at community-based locations such as court

Shelter & Housing: Family Crisis Center provides a full range of shelter and housing resources, including emergency safe shelter, transitional housing, rapid re-housing, housing navigation, and service coordination. To access housing and sheltering services, call the hotline. 

Counseling: Family Crisis Center offers counseling and coaching services that offer severy person a chance to work on thinking that will help increase safety and stability, increase effectiveness in relationships, increase positive connections, and increase family well-being. Call 410-285-4357 for an appointment. Counseling services include group counseling, children's programs, parenting groups, enrichment programs, and food, nutrition, and yoga. 

Abuser Intervention Services/New Behaviors Program: Group intervention program available for perpetuators of intimate partner violence who want to change. 


Advice/Help Hotline Phone: 410-828-6390
Program staff provide services in other languages: Spanish
Office days/hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Advice/Help Hotline Days/Hours: 24/7
Advice/Help Hotline Phone: 410-828-6390
Eligibility-residence-county: Baltimore County residents
Eligibility-other: Domestic violence victims and families
Services
Domestic Violence: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Other Topics: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Se habla Español: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
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