Recent News


New Group Counseling only for MSCFV clients

Thriving After Domestic Violence 

(Only for MSCFV Clients)

Our support group curriculum is designed to provide a safe, nurturing and non-judgmental environment where survivors of domestic violence can be educated, empowered and encouraged in order to learn how to thrive in an environment free from of domestic violence. The curriculum is broken down into eight (8), 90-minute sessions, with one (1) session being held per week.


Ribbon Cutting of our Economic Empowerment Center

On August 17, 2017 Governor Larry Hogan attended Mid-Shore Council On Family Violence (MSCFV) ribbon cutting ceremony at the Economic Empowerment Center. The ceremony was well attended, Governor Larry Hogan and first lady, members of his team, law enforcements from the counties that MSCFV serves, board member from MSCFV panel, Washington College contingency, Mayor of Cambridge, Md. as well as MSCFV staff. Mid-Shore Council On Family Violence and Economic Empowerment Center received The Governor’s Citation. Thank you Governor Hogan for attending our ribbon cutting ceremony at our Economic Empowerment Center, because of your generosity we are able to continue to provide service to our victims of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout the mid shore region


The Cambridge Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

Thank you to The Cambridge Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. for presenting Mid-Shore Council On Family Violence with the proclamation recognizing the month of October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.