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  • Maryland Legal Aid

    Agency: Maryland Legal Aid Bureau

    CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: Physical offices are closed. Intakes are accepted via web or phone only.  Offers a website with information about various civil matters and issues that may affected by the coronavirus such as housing laws, family laws, and consumer laws. It provides general information concerning rights and responsibilities. It is not intended ...


  • Sexual Assault Legal Institute

    Agency: Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault

    LEGAL ASSISTANCE: Offers legal services to victims and survivors of sexual assault. Will assist in criminal and civil matters.   Criminal: Assist in enforcing crime victims’ rights - Right to be treated with dignity, respect and sensitivity during the criminal justice process - Right to be notified of court and parole hearings related to case - Rig...


  • Baltimore Child Abuse Center

    Agency: Baltimore Child Abuse Center

    CRISIS INTERVENTION: Provides victims of child sexual abuse, trauma, and other adverse childhood experiences in Baltimore City and their non-offending caregivers with comprehensive forensic interviews, medical treatment, and mental health treatment with the goal of preventing future trauma. Also offers community trainings for professionals. Accept...


  • Catholic Charities of Washington DC, Immigration Legal Services

    Agency: Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Washington

    LEGAL: Offers professional legal services to individuals appearing before the USCIS and Immigration Court. Services include, but not limited to; naturalization, removal proceeding, family and employment based permanent residence (green cards), self petitions for battered spouses, domestic violence, human trafficking, and asylum.


  • Tahirih Justice Center

    Agency: Tahirih Justice Center

    LEGAL: Provides legal services to immigrant woman and girls who are victims of a gender-based crime in the US or their home country. Also provides legal assistance to immigrant woman who are afraid of being forced into marriage in the US.


  • National Human Trafficking Hotline

    Agency: United States Department of Health and Human Services

    HOTLINE: Operates a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Takes reports of potential cases of human trafficking. Connects callers with anti-trafficking resources in their area, and provides technical assistance, general information or specific anti-trafficking resources.


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