Child Abuse/Neglect, Crisis Hotlines, Domestic/Dating Violence, Homelessness and Housing

PG Community Crisis Services, Inc.

CCSI runs PG County’s Suicide Prevention/Crisis Hotline, available 24/7, 365 days a year. They also offer free mental health screenings and links to community health and human service organizations.

http://www.communitycrisis.org/?page_id=1098

Mental Health

For the suicide prevention/crisis hotline, call: (301) 864-7130

For more information and referrals, call: (301) 864-7161

Domestic Violence

For the 24/7 Crisis Intervention Hotline, call: (301) 731-1203

For Youth

For the Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline, call: 1-800-422-0009

To report child abuse and neglect:

  • Normal business hours (8am-5pm, M-F): 301-909-2450
  • Evenings/weekends/holidays: 301-699-8605

Homeless Services

For shelter placement and information, call: 1-888-731-0999

Assault, Violence, & Stalking, Domestic/Dating Violence

My Sister’s Place/DC Victim Services

My Sister’s Place (MSP) shelters, supports and empowers survivors of domestic violence and their children, while providing leadership and education to build a supportive community. MSP has partnered with DC Victim Services’ 24-Hour Hotline to provide victim assistance.

https://mysistersplacedc.org/

  • For the hotline, call: 1-844-443-5732
  • For more info, call: 202-540-1064

Assault, Violence, & Stalking, Domestic/Dating Violence, Sexual Assault

Family Crisis Resource Center

FCRC offers safe, professional, and confidential services for victims and survivors of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault/abuse, and incest. These include emergency shelter, counseling, advocacy, and more.

http://www.familycrisisresourcecenter.org/

  • For the 24/7 helpline, call: 301-759-9244
  • For more information and referrals, call: 301-759-9246

Child Abuse/Neglect, For Children, For Parents

Childhelp USA – National Child Abuse Hotline

Childhelp runs the national 24/7 hotline for children at risk of child abuse and parents dedicated to prevention and treatment of abuse. The hotline is for those that are being hurt, know someone who might be hurting, or are afraid they might hurt another.

Childhelp also has an extensive database of child abuse resources by state.

https://www.childhelp.org/childhelp-hotline/

  • Call or text: 1-800-422-4453