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 2024 in a seventh 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 following service categories:
Availability/accessibility of safe housing for survivors of domestic violence.
- Workforce Development
Focus on helping individuals grow and develop their employment skills which may assist in leaving an abusive situation.
- 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.
FY 2023 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE GRANT PROGRAM ALLOCATIONS
|Community Advocates for Family & Youth, Inc. (CAFY)||$65,000.00|
|Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)||$45,000.00|
|LaClinica de Pueblo||$20,000.00|
|Community Crisis Services, Inc. (CCSI)||$55,000.00|
|UM Capital Region Health||$35,000.00|
|St. Matthews Housing Corporation||$40,000.00|
|COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES|
|One Love Life Center||$65,000.00|
|Greater Baden Medical Services||$50,000.00|
|Prince George's Community College (PGCC)||$75,000.00|
Prince George’s S.O.A.R is a free, virtual workshop series on organizational development and capacity building and serves nonprofits throughout Prince George’s County. Areas covered include: Board Development, Financial Management, Fundraising, Human Resources, Leadership Development, Outreach & Communications, Planning & Strategy, and Program Evaluation. Workshops will be featured monthly and delivered over multiple sessions. All sessions will be virtual via Zoom and FREE. Optional office hours with a capacity building specialist for advice and support are scheduled every month. Up to three (3) individuals per nonprofit can participate.
This program is made possible through FY 22 Council grant funding and is offered free to participating nonprofits in Prince George’s County. Nonprofits must register via https://www.tfaforms.com/4923609 to set up an organizational profile. DVGP applicants are encouraged to participate.