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The Baltimore Station

Transitional housing and half-way house available to men. Food and clothing also available. Blankets and sandwiches are available to the homeless. Veterans are welcomed.

The Baltimore Station

140 W. West Street
Baltimore, MD 21230

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Our mission is to provide rigorous self-help programs in a safe, caring residential setting to support men, most of whom are veterans, who are transitioning from the cycle of poverty, substance abuse and homelessness to self-sufficiency. Because typical institutional treatment programs last for only 28 days, most participants relapse after leaving. At The Baltimore Station, we have the knowledge and real-life experience to know it takes months of living in a highly-structured, therapeutic environment to learn and practice a new way of living. And this program works. At least 65% of the men who stay in our program for one month are still here six months later. After 18 months, most are living independently, gainfully employed and/or enrolled in college, and contributing members of the Baltimore community. Station graduates hold jobs at Baltimore businesses, nonprofits, museums, hospitals, and at BWI Airport.


From: Baltimore MD
Last Updated: Dec 7, 2011
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