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VA Maryland Health Care System for Homeless Veterans

Please contact an Outreach Social Worker at the VA Maryland Home Care System if you have served in the Armed Forces and need  help to prevent homelessness. An Outreach Social Worker can be contacted Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 4:30 PM except on Federal Holidays.  

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Winter Shelter-Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Human Services

The Mayor’s Office of Human Services (MOHS) will provide emergency shelter to all people experiencing homelessness on nights when the temperature with wind chill reaches freezing (32 degrees and below).  MOHS has partnered with several existing emergency shelters to increase the number of shelter beds available.  Shelter utilization is closely monitored on winter shelter nights.  […]

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Step by Step of Maryland

Step by Step offers assistance with housing, food and clothing.  They offer mental health and medical detoxification services as well as substance abuse treatment. They can also assist with other life needs.  Related Tags: Addiction

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Tikva House

Tikva House is a comfortable home-base for Jewish families caring for a loved one receiving treatment at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The House provides a place for families to stay within walking distance of the hospital. There are 7 bedrooms with a private bath and kitchenette, a fully stocked kosher pantry, kosher meals, a communal […]

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American Red Cross of Central Maryland

The Central Maryland Chapter’s mission is to help people prevent, prepare for, and cope with emergencies. Its services include: Emergency Assistance to victims of fires, storms, and other disasters, as well as community education to prevent and prepare for emergencies Provision of safe blood and blood products to more than 80 area hospitals for cancer […]

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HopeWorks of Howard County

HopeWorks provides support and advocacy for people in Howard County affected by sexual and intimate partner violence and engage the community in creating the change required for prevention. It has a three-fold focus: Prevention, Response and Outreach. Violence Helpline: (410) 997-2272 or (800) 752-0191.

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Prologue Inc.

Prologue, a private non-profit organization offers rehabilitation programming for those recovering from mental illness. They also provide work skill development as well as  residential, social and recreational programs.

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DSS (Department of Social Services) – Baltimore City

Assists people in need by administering a wide range of public assistance programs. Helps low-income people as well as families and children in crises. DSS Centers: North West Family Investment Centers (closest to JCS) 5818 Reisterstown Rd. Baltimore, MD 21215 Clifton Johnson Family Investment Centers 2000 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21213 Harbor View Family Investment […]

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DSS (Department of Social Services) – Baltimore County

Provides public benefits including food stamps, energy assistance, temporary cash assistance (TCA), medical assistance (MA), assistance with evictions and homelessness, daycare vouchers, as well as assistance with obtaining child support. DSS Offices: Towson Office 6401 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212 (410) 853-3340 Catonsville Office 910 Frederick Road Baltimore, MD 21228 (410) 853-3450 Dundalk Office 1400 […]

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Helping Up Mission

The Mission provides several services for homeless men including food, clothing and shelter, long-term residency for men with addiction issues, care and guidance for those transitioning back to independent living and relapse prevention. Accepts donations of food, clothing, toiletries, etc.

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