"We Speak Up"

“We Speak Up” is a collaborative effort between Mothers of Murdered Sons and Daughters United, Metro-Crime Stoppers and the local faith community whose goal is fight the anti-snitching culture in Baltimore. We seek partnership with 100 churches that will commit to post large “We Speak Up” signs outside their places of worship. Mothers of Murdered Sons and Daughters United will distribute information on how to provide anonymous tips and share their stories.
“There are times when there are too few words left to heal us, when what we wish for is to be carried, when all we have left is the hope that tomorrow will be a more gentle place to land than today.” -Unknown

Outreach Programs

MOMS Can Heal Care Packages

Care packages delivered to mothers in the wake of tragedy.

MOMS Victims Support Meeting

Monthly meetings bring MOMS together in sharing. This group meeting provides support for mothers who have recently experienced the tragic loss of a child.

MOMS Support Handbook

Grief support handbook for MOMS and their families to help guide them through the darkness of the homicide experience.

Moms Intervention Training

Prepares mothers who have experienced the trauma associated with the loss of a child through unnatural causes to be a consolation for mothers. Trained grief counselors prepare MOMS volunteers to connect and deliver healing to others. This is the heart of our mission.

Youth For MOMS - Y4M

Designed to target at risk youth and engage them in advocacy against violence through mentor and community service models.

A Mothers Cry Speakers Program

A Mothers Cry is a speakers series that brings MOMS to schools youth groups, community events and charges young people to pledge them-selves to healthier lifestyle and life choices.

MOMS Presence Field Support

A field program which partners MOMS with families during the first weeks of loss. MOMS complete intervention training and are trained to understand the inherent value of their presence in delivering healing.

Case Management

Case Management Services are offered to families by coordinating, advocating, linking and monitoring available services through community partners. Case Managers work with community agencies as well as state agencies to address barriers to accessing medical, environmental, social, behavioral and vocational needs.

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