Address: 

P.O. Box 8782
Silver Spring
MD
20907

Phone: 

(877)496-SALI (7254)(toll free)

Phone 2: 

(301) 565-2277

Services: 

SALI provides direct civil legal services for victims and survivors of sexual assault regarding: education, including college administrative hearings; privacy issues; peace and protective orders; family law matters (divorce, custody, visitation, child/spousal support); employment; housing; crime victims compensation; referrals for tort cases; any other civil matters relating to sexual assault.  SALI also provides legal training, technical assistance and resources for professionals working with sexual assault victims: training for Rape Crisis and Recovery Center staff and volunteers regarding the law and the legal options available for victims; training and technical assistance for attorneys working with survivors; checklists to help victims, advocates and attorneys screen for civil legal needs; and a Low Bono Network of attorneys interested and trained in working with victims. Low Bono attorneys receive a reduced fee for their work.  SALI works in all 24 jurisdictions of Maryland. 
 
 
To connect with SALI, call 301-565-2277 (or toll-free to 877-496-SALI) for a 10-15 minute phone conversation with an advocate. Call Monday - Thursday from 9  AM- 6 PM, or Friday from 9 AM - 5 PM. 
 
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Immigration legal services consist of:
  • Assistance with self-petitioning for VAWA
  • Assistance with U and T visas

 

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