Family Violence Project
The Family Violence Program, located in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County, is a comprehensive, regional array of services designed to move individuals impacted by trauma from crisis and vulnerability to safety, self-sufficiency, and stability. Our team of case managers works with individuals who have been affected by family violence, child abuse, elder abuse, gang violence, hate/bias crimes, sexual assault, military trauma, human trafficking, and gun violence. Services can include crisis intervention, case management, court accompaniment, legal advocacy, emergency and temporary shelter, referrals for counseling, and specialized services for children.
Our approach is rooted in supporting families as a whole. We at Springboard believe the primary experiencer of trauma is not the only victim. Feelings of pain, fear, and isolation ripple through an individual’s family and support system. It is only through a holistic approach with customized service options that the victim and their family, loved ones, and/or caregivers can profoundly heal.
We support members of our community and their loved ones who are victims of:
- domestic violence
- child abuse
- elder abuse
- gang violence
- hate/bias crimes
- sexual assault
- military trauma
- sex trafficking
- gun violence
Help is literally one phone call away.
Call 410-669-9000 to speak securely with one of Springboard’s trained assessment specialists. They will evaluate your situation, connect you with the appropriate Springboard resources, and set up your first appointment at the Springboard location nearest you — all on the first call. The process is seamless and confidential. Call now to learn more and get started.