TurnAround is the rape crisis center for Baltimore City and County.

After hours Crisis line: 443-279-0379

Case Management

Abuse and assault, including domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and exploitation, and stalking, are traumatic events for victims/survivors, who experience both immediate and longer term impact. The response to abuse and assault may involve police and other investigators, medical responders, evidence collection, and criminal and/or civil proceedings. In addition, there are many rights, services and resources available to victims/survivors, but these systems can be complicated to navigate.

A victim/survivor has choices and options. An advocate works on behalf of the individual to assure that the victim/survivor remains at the center of any response. An advocate provides information to help victims/survivors understand their options and make decisions about their next steps. An advocate supports the individual’s decisions and preferences and advocates for these. An advocate works to assure that the individual has access to resources and services and victims’ rights are respected throughout the process

TurnAround advocates provide:

  • A 24 hour Helpline
  • Assistance with reporting to police, school, and other authorities
  • Support at the emergency room and/or forensic exam
  • Crisis intervention
  • Information
  • Safety planning
  • Support to secondary victims, such as family or partners
  • Accompaniment to court, interviews, and hearings
  • Access to services and resources, including legal services
  • Follow-up and case management services

Case Management

Abuse and assault, including domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and exploitation, and stalking, are traumatic events for victims/survivors, who experience both immediate and longer term impact. The response to abuse and assault may involve police and other investigators, medical responders, evidence collection, and criminal and/or civil proceedings. In addition, there are many rights, services and resources available to victims/survivors, but these systems can be complicated to navigate.

A victim/survivor has choices and options. An advocate works on behalf of the individual to assure that the victim/survivor remains at the center of any response. An advocate provides information to help victims/survivors understand their options and make decisions about their next steps. An advocate supports the individual’s decisions and preferences and advocates for these. An advocate works to assure that the individual has access to resources and services and victims’ rights are respected throughout the process.

  • Safety planning, at home, school, work, and in the community
  • Information and assistance concerning protective or peace orders
  • Connection to crime victim resources, such as criminal injury compensation and victim notification
  • Accompaniment to court, interviews, hearings
  • Advocacy for victims’ rights, including the right to privacy, to be informed, and to be treated with respect
  • Connection to counseling, legal services, health care, safe housing, crisis response and other services
  • Assistance with decision-making, goal-setting, developing skills to support healing and well being

Our Services

TurnAround’s mission is to educate, advocate for, and empower all people impacted by intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking.

What We Offer

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Whether it happened recently or years ago, we are here to help you cope with the short- and long-term effects of a trauma. Learn more about our services and contact our team members for support. If you are here to learn how to support a loved one there are many ways that you can help.
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For Appointments

Call Us: 410-377-8111

Any Questions?

Email Us: info@turnaroundinc.org