Men, Women and Children Transitional and Permanent Housing


City Steps
www.airshome.org – go to Citysteps for a list of housing
3701 Cottage Ave Baltimore, MD 21205
410-528-0267

  • Housing intakes are scheduled after client has been screened on telephone for homeless youth between 18- 24 years of age.


Salvation Army-Booth House 
http://salvationarmymwv.org/centralmaryland/help/shelter/
(410)685-8878 – Case Manager Terrance Lewis 
1114 N. Calvert St. 

  • 30 day emergency shelter
  • 3 Meals Mon-Sun 
  • 76 beds for families 
  • Referrals (Usually from DSS Homeless Unit) 


Men and Women Transitional and Permanent Housing

Project PLASE (People Lacking Adequate Shelter and Employment) 
1814 Maryland Ave. 21201 
410-837-1400 x21 – Intake Coordinator: to get on waiting list 
  • Transitional and permanent housing for men and women (and some families) 
  • Advocate counseling (must go elsewhere for group or individual counseling)

People Encouraging People 
4201 Primrose Avenue 
410-764-8560
http://www.peponline.org/  

  • Residential rehabilitation and supported living services to people with mental illness and other disabilities. 


Men Transitional and Permanent Housing


Agape House 
222 N. Carrollton Ave 21223 
410-728-2222 or 2007 
  • 18+ transitional housing for men in Hartford County (60 beds), will accept referrals from the City. Must be clean/sober and working. Offer transportation to/from work and wrap around services. $100 week. 

Carrington House, JHR Baltimore 
2113 East Oliver St. Baltimore, MD 21213 
410-522-2232 
Intake contacts: Raymond Tyler or Paul Martin 410-947-7900 
  • Transitional housing for homeless men with substance abuse history 
  • Client must transitioning from a drug treatment center: detox or 28 day treatment program 
  • Referrals will be taken from other agencies and CH will schedule an appointment to interview to determine client eligibility 

Christopher Place Employment Academy, Our Daily Bread 
725 Fallsway 
410-986-9044, Contact Carl, the Director 
http://www.catholiccharities-md.org/our-daily-bread/christopher-place/
  • Intensive residential program for formerly addicted homeless men. 
  • Provides education and employment readiness as well as addiction recovery support. 
  • Young men must be mature and motivated to be accepted into this program 

At Jacob’s Well
325 E. 25th Street 
410-235-8877 or 8878 
Contact: Leah, Case Manager 
  • Transitional housing for single men and women with a mental health diagnosis who are in treatment. Expected minimum of 6 months clean and sober if formerly using. 
  • Expected to have some form of income, 30% of which is due for housing. 
  • Clients must be quite independent/sufficient, though they have their own bedrooms they share housing with 2 or 3 other people. 
  • Offers case management but must get core of treatment elsewhere. 

Helping Up Mission
1029 East Baltimore Street 21202 
410-675-7500 Program Manager – Kevin Healey 
http://community.helpingupmission.org/ 
  • Residential program for 21+ year old men in recovery 
  • 40 page application – looking for serious participants 
  • Program begins with a 50 day blackout – no access to phone, internet and must stay at facility. 
  • During the first year each participant must go to a 12 step meeting each night. 
  • Partner with community agencies to provide everything participants need at the facility. 
  • Participants then have access to 2 years of residential aftercare and continued ability to remain part of the community and accessing resources through HUP for subsequent years. 

Beans and Bread: Fredrick Ozanam House  
400 Bond Street Baltimore, MD 21231 
410-732-1892 
Contact Program Manager Katie League 
  • Up to two year transitional housing program for men 
  • 20 beds, own locked bedroom but share a common area with 4 others 
  • Must be willing to work full-time (though some school or a training program will be accepted as part) 
  • Residents must be clean and sober (drug testing) 
  • Curfew for residents based on work schedule 
  • Residents must pay 1/3rd of their income