YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County

Organization Description

The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County offers a variety of programming to meet the social, emotional, educational and recreational needs of women and girls in the greater Annapolis area.

Program Details

Domestic Violence Assistance

Program Website: How we help

Program Description:

The YWCA legal services program administers a reduced-fee child custody representation project, matching private attorneys with low-income individuals seeking representation in contested custody matters.

Legal services:  Ex parte (Civil Advocates in both Annapolis and Glen Burnie District Courts and Circuit Courts, as well as further matters with divorce & custody advocate in Circuit Court.

Protective Order Representation (sliding scale according to gross income). No limitations for legal services.

Shelter (must call hotline first: only domestic violence)

Counseling: Survivors (individual and group) and children 

Program Contact Phone: 410-626-7800
Advice/Help Hotline Phone: 24-Hour Hotline: 410-222-6800
Office days/hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
Advice/Help Hotline Phone: 24-Hour Hotline: 410-222-6800
Intake days/hours (other): Live chat available on website
Eligibility-residence-county: Anne Arundel county residents only
Domestic Violence: Full Representation
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