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Contact Someone Who Can Help

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.


If you would like to talk to someone about a victimization, please contact any of the following organizations that provide direct assistance to victims in DC.
All contact with these providers is kept confidential.  

Program, Project, Service Provider

Phone

Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center   
(24-hour hotline)
(202) 393-3572
Asian Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (202) 464-4477
Ayuda  (support for battered immigrants) (202) 387-4848
Break the Cycle

1 (888) 988-TEEN (8336)

CASA for Children of DC (202) 887-0007
Center for Child Protection and Family Support (202) 544-3144
Children's National Medical Center 1 (888) 884-2327
DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence (202) 229-1181
Safe Program  (24-hour hotline) (202) 879-7851 
DC Office of the Attorney General (202) 727-3400
DC Rape Crisis Center (24-hour Hotline)

(202) 333-RAPE (7273)

Deaf and Abused Women's Network TTY (202) 721-8298
District Alliance for Safe Housing (202) 785-3274
District of Columbia Courts (202) 879-1434
Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive (24-hour hotline)

1 (800) 676-HIPS (4477)

House of Ruth   (24-hour hotline) (202) 347-2777
Legal Aid Society (Domestic Violence Intake Center) (202) 661-5957
Mary's Center for Maternal and Childcare (202) 483-8196
Metropolitan Police Department ­­­­- Victim Assistance (202) 724-4339
MPD Domestic Violence Unit (202) 727-7137
MPD Family Liaison Unit (homicide survivors) (202) 645-9629
MPD Gay and Lesbian Unit (202) 727-5427
My Sister's Place (24-hour hotline) (202) 529-5991
Network for Victim Recovery of DC (202)742-1720
Polaris Project (202) 745-1001
Ramona's Way (Counseling Case Management) (202) 561-3000
Reaching Out to Others Together 1 (866) 570-ROOT (7668)
Safe Shores–DC Child Advocacy Center (202) 671-SAFE (7233)
Second Chance Employment Services 1 (888) 331-7451
Survivors of Homicide (202) 882-9190 or
(202) 882-1677
Wendt Center for Loss and Healing (202) 624-0010

Note: The Office of Victim Services provides links to the following resources as a public service. The District government is not responsible for information on websites outside the DC portal. Specific inquiries should be made to the sponsoring organizations.