Help is available 24-hours a day on their free and confidential hotline.
To talk with a victim assistance specialist, contact DC Victim Services 24-Hour Hotline at 1-844-443-5732. In Washington, DC, immigrant victims of domestic violence have a right to receive help regardless of immigration status.
Please note: MSP has transitioned the operation of our hotline to the DC Victim Hotline to improve services to domestic violence hotline callers in DC. MSP has discontinued handling hotline calls, and all calls to our hotline number will be directly routed to the DC Victim Hotline (1-844-443-5732). For full press release, click here.
My Sister’s Place Domestic Violence Resource Clinic
The Domestic Violence Resource Clinic offers legal advice about protection orders, custody, child support, and related issues. Service providers will also be there to assist with connecting survivors to housing, counseling, and public benefits.
For more information about MSP’s Domestic Violence Resource Clinic, click here. Haga clic aquí para la versión en Español
My Sister’s Place Bi-Weekly Domestic Violence Support Group
The Domestic Violence Bi-Weekly support group offers a safe place to find support, comfort, and encouragement?
For more information about MSP’s Domestic Violence Support Group, click here.
My Sister’s Place Arts for Healing Support Group
The Arts for Healing Support Group encourages self-expression through art-making and group processing. Encouraging healthy coping and communication while focusing on empowerment through the creative arts.
For more information about MSP’s Arts for Healing Group, click here.
Stay Safe & Be Prepared
Victims face the most danger from their abusers when they prepare to leave. If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
As you prepare to leave, be safe and prepared.
Keep a bag packed at a friend’s house with essential items, cash, and copies of important documents such as your birth certificate.
Pick a code word or signal to use with your neighbor, children, and family when you need them to call the police.If you are in immediate danger, call 911, and teach your children how to call for help.
Sister’s Place’s specific programs and services, you can contact us 24 hours a day at 202-540-1064.
Staff will answer calls regarding domestic violence housing and services within 2 business days.
In Washington, DC, immigrant victims of domestic violence have a right to receive help regardless of immigration status. To inquire about our services, call My Sister’s Place 202-540-1064. All of our services are free and confidential.