In order to provide victims with a wide range of resources to help them overcome some of the barriers that prevent them from living independently, MSCFV enlisted the help of community partners to provide services to clients in the MSCFV Transitional Program.
Chesapeake College of Continuing Education and Workforce Training
Provides career development training programs and services for clients in the Transitional Program.
Department of Social Services for Queen Anne's, Kent, Caroline and Talbot Counties
Provides eligible clients with Temporary Cash Assistance, Employment Services, Energy Assistance, In-Home Aide Services, Medical Assistance and Food Stamps.
For All Seasons Inc.
Provides therapeutic services to women and children who are participating in the Transitional Project.
Caroline County Library
Provides Transitional clients with use of computers and computer lab, information and referrals about family services in the community and assistance with finding employment information and resources.
Families First Play to Learn Center
Provides clients with transportation, support groups, community resource coordination, enrichment/personal skills development and mentoring.
Talbot County Health Department
Healthy family case management, addictions services, Healthy Start Program and other health department services are provided to clients of the MSCFV Transitional Program.
Kent Family Center
Provides an In-Home Interventionist to provide one-on-one parenting and support to families participating in the Transitional Program.
These community partners not only provide direct services but they also serve on a community task force to develop a referral system, identify additional community resources and to develop a resource directory. It is through this collaboration and coordinated effort that the Transitional Program is able to give hope to victims of domestic violence to live a life free from abuse.