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1127 Connecticut Ave. NW,Washington, DC 20036

(641) 715-3900 Ext: 432169

AIRS, Empire Homes of Maryland

1800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 576-5070

Provides rental assistance and scattered site housing throughout Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency. Eligibility criteria: Homeless, low income HIV+

Baltimore Outreach Services

701 South Charles Street
Baltimore, MD - 21230
(410) 752-1285

Most emergency shelters in the Baltimore area have a 90-day length of stay, but the residents at Baltimore Outreach Services stay in our emergency shelter until housing is available, as long as they are working toward their goals of housing and self-sufficiency. Our residents do not have enough inc

Aids Interfaith Residential Services - AIRS

1800 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD - 21201
(410) 576-5070

CITY STEPS targets "transition-age" youth and young adults engaged in street behavior that placed them at risk of STDs, HIV, drug use, and crime. CITY STEPS consists of a comprehensive array of housing and resources for homeless youth ages 14-24, including a resource center, transitional housing an

Three Oaks Center

PO Box 776
Lexington Park, MD - 20653
(301) 863-9535

Three Oaks Center offers three types of supportive housing: Emergency/Crisis Shelter:     Emergency Solutions Grant     Rapid Rehousing     WARM     Single Women Emergency Shelter     Women with Children Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing:   Â

Hudson Health Services Inc

1506 Harting Drive
Salisbury, MD - 21802
(410) 219-9000

Accredited by The Joint Commission, Hudson Health Services, Inc. is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been treating individuals with Substance-Use Disorders since 1980.  We are a variable length of stay program that uses a multi-disciplinary, evidence based approach to educ

2 God B the Glory Women and Children Housing Program

3701 West Garrison Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21215
(410) 367-3103

The mission of 2 God B The Glory, Org, Transitional/Recovery Supportive Housing Program to express the love of Jesus Christ to women by offering a  supportive, nurturing environment for women  recovering from crises related to homelessness, abuse, hiv/aids, addiction, incarceration, and displ

Mi Casa Su Casa

411 Millington Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21223
(443) 759-5791

A non-profit organization located in Baltimore, Maryland, Mi Casa Es Su Casa Behaviorial Health Program was established in June 2013. The purpose of the organization is to provide homeless, veterans, individuals recovering from substance and alcohol abuse with supportive housing. Our organization

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