Beans and Bread

402 S. Bond Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: 410-732-1892
Outreach Center: Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Beans & Bread is a day resource center for people who are homeless located in the Fells Point area of Baltimore, Maryland.  The program provides meals, day respite, intensive case management, and housing placement.

Franciscan Center

101 W 23rd Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone: 410-467-5340
  • Emergency Services: Those who face eviction or are unable to pay for medical supplies, prescriptions, transportation or other basic needs receive emergency funding through this program.
  • Food Pantry: Families and individuals are supplied with enough groceries to provide three days of nutritious meals. The food pantry serves an average of 400 households a month.25 emergency bags of food are given out every day beginning at 10am. They are first come first serve and the line typically begins around 9:15 am. (accurate as of 7/2/2013)
  • Lunch Program: From Monday through Friday, we serve a nutritionally balanced meal for as many as 650 hungry men, women and children daily, totaling 114,333 meals last year. Lunch is served Monday-Friday from 10am to 1pm. (times accurate as of 7/2/2013-KD)
  • Clothing Program: We provide emergency clothing for men to use for a job interview or a funeral. Men who are in need of clothing after release from prison also use this service. Men and children’s clothing is distributed on Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 12:30pm. Women’s clothing is distributed on Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 12:30pm. (times accurate as of 7/2/2013)
  • Hygiene Program: Essential personal care items such as toothpaste, soap and shampoo are supplied to men and women.
  • HIV/AIDS Outreach: We provide emergency and support services to approximately 2,200 adults living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Health Department: Technicians from the Baltimore City Health Department visit the Center weekly to screen for sexually transmitted diseases. The Franciscan Center helps those with positive HIV results access the services they need.
  • Technology Resource Center: Men and women who are     entered in a community job training program can access free   internet, develop computer skills and financial literacy, and receive help with résumé building. TRC supplements adult   literacy, job training, and job placement offered by other local organizations.

Manna House

435 E. 25th St
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone: 410-889-3001
  • The Drop-In-Center provides services beginning with the morning meal from 8.30 to 10:15 am (Monday through Saturday) and continues from 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m (Monday through Friday). We serve an average of 176 men, women and children everyday. During the Drop-In-Center hours, many services are provides. Among other services, clients are given access to a phone to make important phone calls, given the chance to fill out a clothing form to request a bag of clothes (clothes which have been donated to Manna House and sorted by volunteers), given the chance to take a nice warm shower with toiletries provided, provided with food vouchers to a local food pantry, assisted with applying for birth certificates/ID's, assistance with completing paperwork, given bus tokens for documented appointments, and access to case management. Many clients just need someone who will listen to them, without being judgmental . . . that can be the biggest service of them all!

Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training

301 N. High Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 410-576-9626
  • The Day-Drop provides homeless veterans who are in need of a facility that affords a degree of comfort during the day and a feeling of camaraderie with other veterans in similar circumstances. In the Day-Drop, veterans have access to shower facilities, clothing, water and vending machines, crisis intervention counseling and a quiet haven to rest. The Facility has a 50 person capacity.

My Sister’s Place Women’s Center

17 W. Franklin St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-727-3523
  • MSPWC is the combined home of three Catholic Charities programs: My Sister's Place, the Samaritan Center, and Families that Work, and provides, among other things, housing assistance, education and life skills training, benefits advice and enrollment, case management, emergency financial assistance, linkages to other community providers (e.g., for mental health and addiction services), financial literacy services, and personal services (e.g., shower and laundry facilities, mail and telephone access, etc.) MSPWC also provides three meals each day to women and children in need. We are currently serving between 50 and 125 women and children daily.

Our Daily Bread

725 Fallsway
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 410-659-4022
Monday-Friday 8:00am-3:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-1:00pm
  • Work for success/Job Readiness Program, employment workshops, employment counseling/casework, resume and interviewing assistance, job search assistance, job placement, computer access and assistance, GED and ABE classes, financial literacy classes, retention services. 
  • Lunch served 7 days a week: 10:30am-12:30pm
  • Breakfast served to seniors and disabled individuals Monday-Friday at 7:30am-8:20am (Monthly prior sign-up required)
  • Use of mailing address for homeless persons: Daily mail retrieval Monday-Friday: 2pm-4pm Saturday 12noon-1pm

Paul’s Place, Inc.

1118 Ward Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21230 
Phone: 410-625-0775
Fax: 410-625-0784
  • Provides sustenance and support for low-income and homeless individuals and families.  Includes hot lunch, emergency food pantry, market place, showers, laundry, emergency assistance, affordable housing, holiday programs, adult basic literacy, computer skills training, ambassador program, nurses’ clinic, wellness classes, women’s club of Pigtown, Men’s Chess club, Narcotics Anonymous

The Weinberg Housing and Resource Center

620 Fallsway
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: 443-478-3777
  • Provides 24 hours, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year temporary shelter.
  • First come first served (all are welcome)
  • Helps with substance abuse, medical, housing and anything that can get them out of homelessness
  • Finding jobs they have to do on their own but they do have resources that will help them find jobs.

Power Inside

325 E 25th St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Phone: 410-889-8333
Fax: 410-889-5719
Hours: Mon-Thurs 1 pm-5 pm

  • Power Inside is a drop-in center that connects women to group counseling, re-entry and aftercare, food, clothing, toiletries, and support groups.