Baltimore transitional housing and shelters.

Dozens of non-profit agencies and churches across Baltimore County and the city provide the homeless access to shelters. Not only that, but individuals working towards stability can also benefit from the transitional housing in the area. Other services range from placement into low income apartments to case management and guidance for residents of Baltimore.

The state of Maryland also coordinates with many of these agencies in an effort to rehouse the homeless or people on the verge of eviction. So clients can enroll into social services, including funds for the security deposit on a new low income apartment from RAP or section 8 vouchers. So the transitional housing units are just one possible solution for struggling families.

The main centers to try are below, but capacity is limited and applicants also need to show a willingness to break the cycle of poverty or homelessness.

Gift of Hope Missionaries of Charity
818 North Collington Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Phone - 410-732-6056
This is only for terminally ill people.

Rose Street Community Center
2525 East Madison Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
410-342-0104
Emergency shelter for youth as well as basic needs such as toiletries and government benefits screening.

Helping Other People Through Empowerment - Ethel Elan Safe Haven
2304 Belair Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
Phone number is 410-732-1390

 

 

 

 

Supportive Housing Group
Office location is 1600 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
Phone: 410-276-4050
They run the Lanvale Transitional Housing program.

United Ministries
1400 East Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Call 410-522-0225
Homeless men can receive help from the transitional housing. There is also job training, placement into a new low income apartment, and other aid provided.

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Baltimore
725 Fallsway
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
For information, call 443-986-9000
Numerous housing and homeless resources are administered. The to main services are as follows.

  • My Sister's Place Lodge is located at 111 West Mulberry Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, phone 410-528-9002
  • Maryland Re-Entry Partnership is for ex-offenders. The address is 2140 McCulloh Street, Baltimore MD 21217. Call 410-523-1350

Helping Up Mission
Address is 1029 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202 United States
Main telephone – 410-675-7500
The is a shelter, learning center, and short term transitional housing for the homeless and recently evicted in Baltimore. There are emergency overnight beds to keep people warm too.

Maryland Center for Veterans Education & Training
Location is 301 North High Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone: 410-576-9626
The low income housing is for veterans and their families. They can also get help in applying for VA benefits and many other support services.

Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center
10 South Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
410-856-1700

At Jacob's Well
Location - 323 East 25th Street
Baltimore MD 21218-5303 United States
Phone: 410-235-8877
The housing is for people with a mental illness, and there are only a few units available. Other services include medical care as well as the creation of action and case management plans.

Salvation Army Booth House of Central Maryland
Address is 1114 North Calvert Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202-3875 United States
Call 410-685-8878
An emergency shelter also has meals and clothing. There is also long term transitional housing, and guests need to be working, in GED classes, or even volunteering.

Freedom Advocates Celebrating Ex-Offenders
Location is 1564 Sheffield Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Main phone: 410-522-3223

St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore
2305 North Charles Street
Baltimore MD 21218
Telephone – 410-662-0500
Numerous social services are for the homeless and working poor. There is everything from financial aid for rent or a deposit to outreach. They also run the Ozanam House, Head Start, and help place the homeless in a new, affordable home. Other services are for the elderly as well as single parents. Another 2 year transitional housing program is at 2601 Ulman Avenue Rear, Baltimore, Maryland 21215. Dial 410-396-2205.

AIDS Interfaith Residential Services - City Steps Youth Services
Location is 1800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
For information, call 410-576-5070

Project PLASE
1814 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
410-837-1400
Shelter is combined with meals and case management. There are multiple locations for men, children, women, and other focused groups. They also run the Supportive Service for Veterans Families (SSVF) which offers both financial aid for rent and bills as well as placement into safe and affordable homes. Other programs include Shelter Care Plus for the disabled, section 8, and general advocacy.

 

 

 

 

YWCA of the Greater Baltimore Area
1711 Mcculloh Street
Baltimore, MD 21217
Phone: 410-669-1550

Hope Alive Ministry
2308-10 North Fulton Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Phone: 410-383-8055
This is a faith based church – Christian organization.

The Baltimore Rescue Mission
Location is 4 North Central Avenue
Baltimore Maryland 21202
410-342-2533
An on site emergency shelter will keep people safe. Guests also get a free meal, showers, medical check ups, and more.

Y of Central Maryland, Administrative Office
1609 Druid Hill Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Phone: 410-728-1600
Self-sufficiency and transitional housing is for women.

American Rescue Workers of Maryland
Main address - 2441 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21223
Call 410-566-3300

Group Ministries
2808 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21223
410-945-1700
Transitional housing is provided along with job and life skills training. They also coordinate substance abuse services for those that need them. An intake process is in place.

Mosaic Community Services, also known as Dulaney Station and ReVisions, Inc.
Location is 1931 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, Maryland 21093
410-453-9553
Vocation services help with job development and placement. There is also supportive housing available, as well as assistance for the elderly, such as an on site day care.

 

 

 

 

Agape House
1501 North Dukeland Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21216, Phone - 410-566-5007
525 West MacPhail Road, Bel Air, MD 21014. Telephone – 443-876-6879.
Single men in Baltimore can get short term housing, clothing, food, and more. There may even be transportation arranged to a job site so the client can save money towards their own apartment.

New Vision House of Hope
3931 Ridgewood Avenue
Baltimore Maryland 21215
Telephone - 410-466-8558
Housing solutions are for veterans in the city, including those with a disability.

Baltimore City Department of Social Services
Oliver Community and Recreation Center
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
410-396-2766
Everything from referrals to cold weather shelter and public housing is provided along with application to state and federal benefits, such as HUD vouchers and more. The homeless and very low income are the main applicants.

Bea Gaddy Family Center
Address is 425 North Chester Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231-1635 United States
410-563-2749
Shelter for women, single parents, and children. Counseling and other support is also arranged by the non-profit group. They even run holiday and Christmas programs for shelter guests.

INNterim Housing Corporation
112 Sudbrook Lane
Pikesville, MD 21208
410-486-8175

Community Assistance Network - Eastside Shelter
Eastern Family Resource Center
Baltimore, Maryland 21237
Dial 410-853-3000 for details.
The homeless or victims of domestic violence can dial a hotline for referral and intake. Referrals, housing, and legal advocacy are all arranged.

 

 

 

 

 

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