**Service Update during COVID-19** FCRC’s priority is the health and safety of our clients and employees. As a result of the local increase in COVID-19 cases, FCRC has implemented the following temporary shifts to some of our services to minimize the risk of virus transmission. FCRC continues to provide services to survivors of sexual violence in our community.
Crisis Support and Helpline: Running as usual 24/7; Text and Web-based chat lines also remain open and available. Counseling and Case Management: Survivors can receive these services remotely by utilizing telehealth via phone or video conferencing sessions. If you are an established client, your counselor will coordinate with you directly. If you are seeking new services, please contact our Helpline (301.759.9244) and staff will connect you with a counselor. Legal Advocacy: Survivors will receive services by phone or video conferencing. We encourage survivors looking to begin services to call our Helpline (301.759.9244). Abuse Intervention Program (AIP): Groups will be held during their normal scheduled time and completed online. An intake for this program must be completed prior to joining. To schedule your intake or for questions pertaining to AIP, please call our office (301.759.9246, option #2) or the AIP Coordinator (301.678.3716). Supervised Visitation & Exchange: In person visits are temporarily suspended. Intakes for our program can be completed virtually. For more information, please call the Program Coordinator at 240.580.8635.
We will continue to monitor information and guidance from our state and local governments during this time. If you have any questions about our services during this time, please call our 24/7 Helpline at 301.759.9244.
Family Crisis Resource Center's mission is to assist victims and survivors of intimate partner violence, rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse, child abuse, and stalking, as well as to reduce these crimes in our community.
We are here to help. If you feel you are in an unsafe situation and looking for guidance, crisis support staff are ready and waiting for your call.
24/7 Crisis Support Hotline: 301.759.9244 *NEW* Text Message (SMS) Support Line: 301.970.4242 *NEW* Webchat Support: Click Here **Text and Webchat Support times & availability vary and are not available 24/7.**
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