Domestic Violence Grant Program  

The Prince George’s County Council, committed to ending domestic violence and abuse in the County, has appropriated $500,000 in FY 2021 in a fifth round of grant funding to support the Council’s Domestic Violence Grant Program.   The grant program, is a funding resource for programs that serve the Housing, Mental Health/Counseling, or Advocacy/Legal Services for County residents who are survivors of domestic violence.   The program also supports workforce development activities through a coordinated and collaborative community response to domestic violence in Prince George’s County.

FY 2021 Prince George’s County Council Domestic Violence Grant Program funds are available to nonprofit organizations through a review and evaluation process for all applicants.  

Applications are now Available!

Applications which are incomplete will not be considered and will be returned to the Applicant.

We encourage all Applicants to submit applications as soon as possible.



The purpose of the Domestic Violence Grant Program is to make available crisis and support services and meet the needs of victims of domestic violence and their families.   

The service categories are: 


Availability/accessibility of safe housing for survivors of domestic violence

Workforce Developmen


Focus on helping individuals grow and develop their skills in preventing family violence, domestic violence and dating violence.

Counseling/Mental Health Services 

Availability/accessibility of domestic violence counseling and mental health services for survivors, children and abusers

Advocacy/Legal Services   

Availability/accessibility to domestic violence victim advocates including legal assistance.

            Applicants may submit an original application(s) in more than one category.