A new expanded service scope – the same commitment and passion
Welcome to My Covenant Place (MCP), a safe haven that specializes in providing victim, family and community services in three separate jurisdictions in Maryland.
MCP initially started out providing services and assisting those who experienced victimization; but we soon identified needs that transcended their individual needs, that permeated families and the community at large. Inspired by a sense of responsibility to the individual, the family and the community, as well as, a deep passion and commitment for what we do, we decided to expand our service scope to meet those needs. By combining a vast range of dedicated services, a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and a compassionate and experienced team, we aim to support, empower and impact lives.
We have our “ear to the ground” and we understand the complex dance of private, public and community linkage. That understanding enabled us in enhancing our networking and has given us the ability to better provide a rapid and realistic plan of action to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. We are now My Covenant Place, Victim, Family and Community Services – an extended service scope with the same responsibility, commitment and passion that countless victims, families and the community have come to rely on.
From healing the pain of the past and rewriting your experience to redefining the future
Whether it’s a crisis requiring immediate action, counseling sessions with a therapist to heal from trauma, or educational and training programs to help you shape your future, My Covenant Place is here for you when you need it.
Discover services designed to support victims, families and communities in a variety of situations including: Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Crime Prevention Education & Community Education, Empowerment Psycho-Education Support Groups, Training, Counseling, and many others.
Support. Empower. Impact.
MCP is set on a mission to support, empower and impact. We see people on the worse day of their lives; and we assist clients at their most vulnerable state. We empower them with tools to heal, guidance to plan, and confidence to achieve. We are honored to have the pleasure to witness, celebrate and be a part of the positive impact on their lives, the lives of their families, and the community as a whole.
The story we write together
My Covenant Place was incorporated in 2008 as a private, non-profit organization dedicated to serving victims of crime by providing advocacy, support and wrap around services.
Today, we specialize in providing victim, family and community services in Baltimore City, Howard County and Prince George’s County. We rely on an empathetic and experienced team that have impacted, and continue to impact countless lives, families and communities.
Be a part of this story! Whether you are a survivor of a crime, a loved one of someone whose life has been affected, an intern who needs field placement, or a volunteer who wants to touch lives and make a difference in your community, MCP is the start of your journey and it is a success story we can write together.
Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging opportunity? MCP relies heavily on the help of the community and you blessing us with your precious time. We utilize volunteers and interns from various walks and backgrounds to strengthen our staff and the quality of services we provide to our clients. Volunteering and interning is a great way to improve your advocacy skills, learn about the issues of crime victims and help our community heals from the trauma and pain. Volunteers may also choose to work as in-office support advocates.
Due to recent events, on behalf of My Covenant Place, we would like to express our condolences to the families that lost loved ones due to the acts of violence perpetrated by the police. At My Covenant Place we don’t condone violence or racial prejudices in any form. We stand in solidarity with the protesters and law enforcement that oppose the injustices of their colleagues. As we confront this problem BLACK men and women have faced since arrival in this country, we hope the most recent events will spark a nationwide dialogue with the intent to end racial profiling and discrimination of our black men and women. We hope these events will be the catalyst to bring a torn nation together.