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Are you in a domestic violence relationship? Are you ready to leave? Learn steps to transpose yourself in a safe place. program assist survivors with restoring their credit worthiness allowing them to move forward in their life and obtain the things they need to survive. Is provided by TRDV Inc to assist those preparing to enter or reentering the job field.
TeenSpeakUp R.I.S.E. NEWS-BLOG

TeenSpeakUp (TSU) is our youth/teen domestic violence program. TSU is breaking the silence with youth /teens to end domestic violence by providing a platform for them to speak out.

The R.I.S.E. Program is an financial education workshop that provides real life tools to survivors to get their life back and start living.

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Our History

Tabula Rasa Domestic Violence Relocation
(Tabula Rasa means an opportunity for a fresh start; clean slate in Latin)

Established March, 2015, Tabula Rasa Domestic Violence Relocation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Germantown, Maryland. The organization currently has hubs in Prince George’s County, Baltimore City and Baltimore County.

Founder, Ava Ross as a result of her own experience with domestic violence it is her personal mission to support others, Ms. Ross created a safe, yet invigorating platform, where survivors can share freely, gain communal support, have hope in the goodness of life, and find solace.

Our programs focus in three areas, – crisis intervention, prevention, and transformation-which was developed to create a circle of completion to help individuals become whole, self-sufficient, and free from abuse. We provide case management, counseling, job training, advocacy, transportation relocation, workshops, youth service, housing, education, and awareness.

We encompass the hand-to-hand concept to help survivors have a smooth transition to escape, heal, rebuild, and thrive.

Over 200 women, men, and their children assisted.

We are funded by fundraisers, grants, and private donations.