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Below are 58 shelters for homeless in Baltimore City, MD County.

Baltimore Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 235-2111

Catholic Charities - My Sister's Place (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 547-5490

Mission-Inspired by the Gospel mandates to love, serve and teach, Catholic Charities provides care and services to improve the lives of Marylanders in need.

St. Vincent De Paul Of Baltimore - Beans & Bread
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 662-0500

Our Mission:To ensure that individuals and families in our community have the resources and opportunity to care for themselves and build a better future.

I Can - Oasis Drop-in Center (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
410467004822

Maryland Center For Veterans Education And Training - Day Drop-in Facility (for Veterans)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 576-9626

Our mission is to provide homeless veterans and other veterans in need with comprehensive services that will enable them to rejoin their communities as productive citizens.

The Salvation Army Baltimore Area Command - Booth House (for Women & Families)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 685-8878

Booth House is a 24-hour emergency and transitional housing facility for area women, children and families. Consisting of a 57 bed, 30-day residency emergency shelter and a 19 bed, 2 year residency transitional housing unit, the facility provides a safe, comfortable environment for those working to rebuild their lives. Handicapped accessible with a wheelchair ramp and elevator, the facility also houses a full kitchen where on-site cooks provide three meals a day for all residents. The Booth House is an effective, cost efficient, comprehensive shelter program, which brings together community organizations and resources from throughout the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area. The Booth House provides a qualified professional staff consisting of social workers, a Director, a Caseworker, a Life Skills trainer, Monitor Personnel, Maintenance staff, Cooks, and a Shelter Specialist on site.

You Are Never Alone Yana (for Women & Girls)
Baltimore, MD - 21223
(410) 566-7973

The Ywca Of The Greater Baltimore Area - Eleanor D. Corner House (west Franklin Street) (for Women & Families)
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 685-1460

Jobs, Housing, Recovery Jhr - Homeless Resource Center (for Single Adults)
Baltimore, MD - 21227
(410) 522-2232

JHR Serves homeless individuals of Baltimore by providing life-sustaining services and offering jobs, housing and recovery from addiction.

The Helping Up Mission - Spiritual Recovery Program (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 675-7500

The Spiritual Recovery Program is a multifaceted 12-month residential program designed to nurture long-term recovery for homeless men with severe drug- and alcohol-related addiction issues. Participants live in a 12-Step therapeutic community, creating a culture of healing and wellness inspired by Luke 2:52. That verse implies four key areas for a mature, productive life: physical, psychological, spiritual and social

The Helping Up Mission - Graduate Transitional Housing (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 675-7500

At Helping Up Mission’s House of Freedom, formerly homeless men live in long-term (up to 24 months) housing that prepares them to reenter the community.There are eligibility requirements. A man must be a recent graduate of our Spiritual Recovery Program; he must have one full year of sobriety under his belt; and he must be employed, because nominal rent is collected.

Risk Foundation - Safe Haven (for Mentally Ill & Substance Abusers)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 551-5847

Catholic Charities - Christopher Place Employment Academy (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(443) 986-9000

Christopher Place Employment Academy is an intensive residential program that provides education and training as well as emotional, spiritual, and addiction recovery support to formerly homeless men. We invite the participants to engage in a process of change that moves them from homelessness to permanent stable living, trains them to obtain employment, and empowers them to live a life free of drugs and alcohol.

At Jacob's Well (for The Mentally Ill)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
41023588778878

The Baltimore Station - South Baltimore Station (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21230
(410) 752-5917

The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self sufficiency

The Baltimore Station - Seton Hill Station (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 462-2585

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St. Vincent De Paul Of Baltimore - Frederick Ozanam House (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21231
(410) 732-1892

Frederick Ozanam House provides recovery-based transitional housing to homeless men in Baltimore, Maryland.  The program offers on-site housing, case management and counseling, addiction recovery support, employment readiness and counseling, health assessment and referral, service linkage, support groups, life skills education, recreation and social reintegration.

Bright Hope House (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 235-7076

Carrington House (light Street Housing)
Baltimore, MD - 21216
(410) 947-7900

St. Vincent De Paul Of Baltimore - Cottage Avenue Community
Baltimore, MD - 21215
(410) 728-8741

Cottage Avenue Community is a transitional housing program for homeless families in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 2000, Cottage Avenue Community is located in the Park Heights neighborhood of Baltimore City and has a capacity to serve 15 families at a time.  The neighborhood setting in which the program is located helps families integrate into the community and develop positive, supportive relationships with other families nearby.

Dayspring / Phoenix Place (substance Abuse Transitional Housing)
Baltimore, MD - 21213
(410) 563-3459

United Ministries - Earl's Place (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21231
(410) 522-0225

Earl’s Place-the first project of United Ministries, opened in 1997 and is named for Earl Johnson, who, before his death was involved both as a client and a volunteer at The Supper Club. United Ministries, through Earl's Place, provides housing and supportive services to men who are homeless.

Family Crisis Center Of Baltimore County - Shelter Program
Baltimore, MD - 21222
(410) 285-7496

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House Of Ruth Maryland - Transitional Housing (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 889-0840

The Extended Stay Program is a six-apartment transitional living facility where residents are eligible for subsidized rent to strengthen their financial situation; the secure and confidential location of the housing gives battered women an opportunity to use and benefit from supportive services including: individual and group counseling, legal services, child care, children's therapy, and our health clinic and wellness programs.

I Can - Supportive Housing Program (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
410467004822

I Can - Convalescent Care Facility (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
410467004822

I Can - Lansdowne Transitional Housing Program (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21227
(410) 247-7947

Innterim (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21208
(410) 486-8175

INNterim provides homeless mothers and their children a supportive and structured residential environment and plan of action where they can acquire the skills and resources needed for independent living. In fact, INNterim provides 70% of the transitional housing for families in Baltimore County. These families come to INNterim in need of more than a roof over their heads. They need help rebuilding their lives.

Jobs, Housing, Recovery Jhr - Carrington House (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21227
(410) 947-7900

Carrington House was JHR's first program, and it lies at the heart of JHR's continuum of care.  This highly structured, residential substance abuse recovery program offers homeless men the tools and life skills they need to turn their backs on addiction once and for all and rebuild their lives –one day at a time.

Marian House (for Women)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 467-4121

The first level, Marian House I, is a transitional housing and rehabilitation program that provides support services such as initial housing, meal provision, transportation, rehabilitation counseling, life skills training, job readiness and employment assistance, pre-GED education, financial guidance, a savings program, support in achieving family reunification, and assistance in finding and access to affordable permanent housing.

Maryland Center For Veterans Education And Training - Transitional Housing (for Veterans)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 576-9626

The Transitional Housing Program has 120 beds and provides up to two years of transitional housing and supportive services to veterans who have successfully completed the Emergency Shelter Program and need continued supportive services in order to return them to employment and permanent housing.

Rock City Church - Nehemiah Shelter (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21237
(410) 682-6333

Rock City Church has been established on and adheres strongly to the principles of the local Church as defined in the New Testament. It is through the God-appointed leadership that the saints are taught, nurtured, trained, and brought to maturity in Christ. Church responsibility and personal relationships are developed in the local church, and opportunity is given for all members to find their giftings and placement in God's family. The local body of believers is to demonstrate both the message and ministry of Jesus Christ to the world around them.

Rock City Church - Hiding Place (for Girls & Women)
Baltimore, MD - 21234
(410) 882-2217

The Hiding Place is a residential facility where women in crisis will be loved, cared for and encouraged through a healthy Christian family environment. We establish women in a home structure and daily work/recreational routine throughout their stay. During this time, they also receive support with specialized care: medical, education and counseling. Any woman, regardless of race or religion, who possesses the desire to be helped, and who agrees to abide by the rules of the house, can receive help.

Patrick Allison House - Transitional Housing & Recovery (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 225-0326

TRANSITIONAL HOUSING AND RECOVERY:In our residence at 808 Park Avenue, homeless men find a safe place to live near transportation and essential services. PAH staff provide one-on-one counseling sessions, and group recovery sessions.Residentso are also required to attend a minimum of three weekly AA or NA community meetings. All residents undergo random drug testing.

Prisoner's Aid Association Of Maryland - Female Transitional Housing Program (for Women)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 662-0353

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Catholic Charities Of The Archdiocese Of Baltimore - Project F.r.e.s.h.
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 261-6777

At Project FRESH Start, we help eligible homeless families attain self-sufficiency and economic independence through employment and stabilization of the family unit through stable housing. Using a comprehensive approach, we provide 35 families with safe and appropriate housing, while engaging children and parents in intensive, focused case management and support services.

Project Plase - 1814 Maryland Ave.
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 837-1400

The goal of Project PLASE’s transitional housing program is to house and serve homeless citizens who have special needs in temporary housing with 24 hour supported supervision and case management with a focus on helping the individual function at the highest level.

Project Plase - Shelter Plus Care
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 837-1400

Project PLASE currently operates as a sponsor for 113 Shelter Plus Care (S+C) units. S+C is a federally funded HUD program for those who are formally homeless and living with a disability (mental health, substance abuse, and/or physical disabilities). Unlike other rental subsidies, S+C is a marriage of case management and rental subsidy where as a condition of one the client must participate in the other. This combination creates a system in which the client is able to be independent, yet remain supported. Additionally, because S+C has a term of up to five years, the client is assisted in making preparations for a more permanent living situation (Section 8, HOPWA, unsubsidized housing, etc.). These five years allow a client to progress from the dependency of shelter life into the complete independence of community life. PLASE has seen many successes in this program, from the reunification of families to the continuing education of our clients.

The Salvation Army Baltimore Area Command - Booth House (for Women & Families)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 685-8878

BOOTH HOUSE-Tucked away in the heart of downtown Baltimore is The Salvation Army Booth House Shelter, a 24-hour emergency and transitional housing shelter for local women, children and families. The 57-plus-bed emergency shelter snd 19 bed transitional housing unit provide a safe, comfortable environment for residents attempting to rebuild and begin their lives again.

Temple House
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 462-1876

Rutland Transitional Housing Program
Baltimore, MD - 21213
(410) 675-0540

The Women's Housing Coalition (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 235-5782

The Women's Housing Coalition is not a homeless shelter. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing safe, affordable housing and support services to homeless, low income women and families in Baltimore City.To qualify, a woman or family must be homeless (last residence must be in Baltimore City), low income, referred by a service provider, and have a disability (by HUD standards to include physical disability, mental health issues or chemical addition with a minimum of six months of sobriety documented by a health care professional)

Ymca Transitional Housing (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 728-1600

The Ywca Of The Greater Baltimore Area - Transitional Housing (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 685-1460

Prologue - Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
Baltimore, MD - 21208
(410) 653-6190

Rehabilitation Programs :Prologue offers groups and activities Monday through Friday at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center at 3 Milford Mill Road in Pikesville. At this community center people come together to learn skills needed to participate in purposeful activities. Providing individuals with opportunities to make meaningful life choices is essential to the process of recovery. Some groups engage in activities such as food preparation and nutrition, education, computer skills, visual arts, verbal arts and exercise. Other groups focus on building basic living skills ranging from personal grooming and money management to career readiness training. Others focus on topics of special relevance to those managing the effects of severe mental illnesses such as symptom management, sobriety support, goal planning, anger management and stress management. Our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) is licensed by the State of Maryland and offers many opportunities for personal growth and recovery.

Volunteers Of America (chesapeake) - Pratt House
Baltimore, MD - 21223
(410) 362-5657

Jobs, Housing, Recovery Jhr - Jhr Shared Housing (for Men)
Baltimore, MD - 21227
(410) 522-2232

Maryland Center For Veterans Education And Training - Single Room Occupancy Sro (for Veterans)
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 576-9628

The Single Room Occupancy Program is an essential component to the overall continuum of care because it gives MCVET the ability to place veterans in permanent housing with continued access to on-site case management and counseling services. The SRO functions in conjunction with the existing Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs to provide a full continuum of housing, counseling and job placement services to veterans in need. Veteran applicants from outside MCVET's program, including female veterans, are also eligible for the SRO units.

Prisoner's Aid Association Of Maryland - Shelter Plus Care
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 662-0353

Project Plase - 1814 Maryland Ave.
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 837-1400

Single Room Occupancy (1814 Maryland Avenue):Single Room Occupancy (SRO) is one type of permanent, supportive housing available at Project PLASE. This program, funded by HUD, includes Section 8 subsidy for ten individuals.

Project Plase - Shelter Plus Care
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 837-1400

Project PLASE currently operates as a sponsor for 113 Shelter Plus Care (S+C) units. S+C is a federally funded HUD program for those who are formally homeless and living with a disability (mental health, substance abuse, and/or physical disabilities). Unlike other rental subsidies, S+C is a marriage of case management and rental subsidy where as a condition of one the client must participate in the other. This combination creates a system in which the client is able to be independent, yet remain supported. Additionally, because S+C has a term of up to five years, the client is assisted in making preparations for a more permanent living situation (Section 8, HOPWA, unsubsidized housing, etc.). These five years allow a client to progress from the dependency of shelter life into the complete independence of community life. PLASE has seen many successes in this program, from the reunification of families to the continuing education of our clients.

Project Plase - 32 South Calverton Road (for Mentally Disabled)
Baltimore, MD - 21223
(410) 837-1400

32 South Calverton Road:This five unit apartment building serves as rental housing for persons with a history of emotional problems who can live independently. It features a small basement apartment for a live-in Residential Manager. This housing is funded through the HUD 202 Program. The Section 8 Certificates stay with the units, allowing those with low or even no income to live there.

Project Plase - 600 Bartlett Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 837-1400

Project Plase - 2405 Loch Raven Blvd.
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 837-1400

St. Ambrose Housing Center
Baltimore, MD - 21218
410366855022

The Women's Housing Coalition (for Women & Children)
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 235-5782

The WHC provides wrap around case management services for all clients. Because of the partnerships we have established with various service providers, we can refer our clients to any services that The WHC cannot provide in house.

Prologue - Supportive Housing Program
Baltimore, MD - 21208
(410) 653-6190

For the individual who is more independent and wants to live alone or with a single roommate, he or she can participate in the Supportive Housing Program. Prologue offers leases at affordable rents in desirable communities to persons of low or limited income recovering from mental illness. One- and two-bedroom units in neighborhoods located in Towson and northwest Baltimore County, and in Sykesville-Eldersburg in Carroll County, are included in this program. Residents can request Prologue staff to provide support services.

Volunteers Of America (chesapeake) - Irvington Woods Apartments
Baltimore, MD - 21229
(410) 644-7023

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