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Sistahs With Voices

Winter Stars: Celebrating Inner Beauty & Strength
Support Circle for Prince George’s County Survivors


Begin to develop habits to support a healthy body, mind, and spirit.

Join our 6-week support circle for survivors of domestic/intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.

Click to register TODAY for our winter session:
Jan. 25 – Feb. 29, 2024
Every Thursday over Zoom
from 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Questions? Contact Lisa Streeter at

Scroll down to learn more about our programming. But if you need immediate Domestic Violence intervention, please use the resources below.

Emergency – anywhere: 911

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center of UM Capital Region Medical Center Hotline 240-677-2337

Prince George’s County Domestic Violence Unit
(301) 722-4433

CAFY: Community Advocates for Family and Youth – offering online chat assistance
(301) 882-2002

Prince George’s County Resource Line: 211

Prince George’s County, Office of the Sheriff
(301) 780-8600

Prince George’s County Family Justice Center 301-780-8008

National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233   
(800) 799-SAFE

Family Crisis Center of Prince George’s County, Md.
(301) 731-1203

Community Crisis Services Inc. (CSSI) 301-731-1203

LGBTQ+ Resources

The Trevor Project: Help and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.
Hotline – (866) 488-7386

LGBT National Hotline: Call center that refers to over 15,000 resources across the country that support LGBTQ individuals. Hotline – (888) THE-GLNH (843.4564) pen pals, weekly LQB and T chatrooms for youth.

African American Domestic Violence Programs

For more information about these programs, please contact Lisa at

Faith-Based Training Initiative

For faith leaders in our County, PLC’s professional staff educates and opens a dialogue about domestic violence, dating violence and family violence. Our culturally relevant training teaches faith leaders to:

  • identify signs of abuse,
  • support and guide congregants experiencing or witnessing abuse,
  • make appropriate referrals to and build partnerships with community organizations that can help, and
  • become proactive in working to prevent all forms of abuse and victimization.
Community-Based Bystander Prevention Education

At PLC community events, attendees learn intervention strategies, practices and resources needed to keep survivors safe. Our training:

  • offers an education and prevention strategy targeting the African American community and that highlights culturally-specific issues related to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault,
  • increases the community’s capacity to provide culturally-specific support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and
  • increase awareness of local resources to address domestic violence and sexual assault.