StickyEmpowered to Empower Scholarship Program

In observance of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center in partnership with the Fort Washington (MD) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. has established the Empowered to Empower Scholarship Program. The scholarship…

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Code Blue Series, Session 5 – The Intersection between Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking

The Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force – through the Human Relations Commission, and the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center meet with experts around the County and state in this five-part series to bring awareness to the issues…

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Code Blue Series, Session 4 – Trauma-Informed Care & the Impact of COVID-19

The Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force – through the Human Relations Commission, and the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center meet with experts around the County and state in this five-part series to bring awareness to the issues…

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Code Blue Series, Session 2 – Legal Remedies

The Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force – through the Human Relations Commission, and the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center meet with experts around the County and state in this five-part series to bring awareness to the issues…

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Maryland prepares for domestic abuse surge during coronavirus

Prosecutors fear that victims are stuck at home with their abusers, but they want you to know help is out there. CORONAVIRUS PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. — Prosecutors in Maryland say they are monitoring the impact of Gov. Hogan’s stay-at-home…

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Quiet before the storm’: Md. advocate concerned about domestic violence amid pandemic

The new coronavirus pandemic is forcing many to be stuck at home and adding more stress to the mix. It’s a bad recipe for those already fearful of domestic violence. While stay-at-home orders are in place in D.C., Maryland, and…

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Prince George’s Co. justice center helps a woman start anew after abuse

 Listen now to WTOP News WTOP.com | Alexa | Google Home | WTOP App | 103.5 FM WASHINGTON — The Prince George’s County Family Justice Center was designed to offer victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and elder abuse with a place…

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Abuse survivors in Prince George’s get help beyond filing a protective order

Public Safety Sharon Harley is part of the Stay In Touch program designed to help those who’ve survived domestic violence. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post) By Lynh Bui July 31, 2017 Sharon Harley is eager to share her experiences surviving domestic…

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