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Search Term: Transitional Housing Result Count: 83
  • Light of Truth Center, The, Transitional Supportive Housing

    Agency: Light of Truth Center

    SUPPORTIVE HOUSING: Offers Level 1 supportive transitional housing to eligible recovering drug/alcohol addicted women for up to 2 years. The program is very structured and includes case management services that assist clients in achieving their goals to become self-sufficient and successful. The monthly program fee is $350. 

  • Mary Randall Center

    Agency: Meeting Ground

    COVID-19 Update: Offers breakfast, Mon-Fri, 8AM-10:30AM. Lunch-to-go, Mon-Thu, 11:30AM-12:30PM. Showers Mon, 8AM-10:30AM by appointment only.HOMELESS DROP-IN CENTER: Provides a wide range of support services to homeless individuals from 8AM to 11AM. Offers linkage to community resources to help with the transition from being homeless to finding tra...

  • My Sister's Place Lodge, Catholic Charities

    Agency: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Baltimore

    TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Provides transitional housing, case management, life skills training, information and referral and coordinating care. Clients may stay up to 2 years. Case management is provided up to one year after completion of transitional housing.

  • Safe Haven, Rockville

    Agency: Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless

    TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Provides transitional shelter for single persons with mental illness and or substance abuse who have been unable to use or access shelter through traditional means.

  • St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home

    Agency: St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Home

    OVERVIEW: Provides residential housing options and day care for eligible families.SERVICES:1) TEEN MOTHER-BABY PROGRAM: Offers residential care for up to 21 pregnant adolescents, young mothers and their babies. Extensive services include an on-site accredited high school, medical care, parenting classes, life skills training, day care, individual a...

  • St. Matthew's Housing Corporation

    Agency: St. Matthew's United Methodist Church

    TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Provides up to 2 years of affordable rental housing and support services. Provides limited financial counseling. Makes referrals for mental health counseling. Develops educational plan for improved employment skills development. DONATIONS: Welcomes state inspected automobiles in good working order.NOTE: Does not house mino...

  • Sheppard Pratt, North Point Veterans Program

    Agency: Sheppard Pratt Health System

    VETERANS SERVICES: Offers transitional housing to homeless male veterans. Program focuses on education, employment, sobriety, mental health and psychosocial needs. Residents are required to follow program guidelines which include payment of a resident fee from any income source. 

  • United Communities Against Poverty

    Agency: United Communities Against Poverty, Inc.

    SERVICES:1) POST-PURCHASE COUNSELING: Teaches home upkeep and repair, financial planning and management, and how to avoid default and foreclosures. Fill out form on website to register. Is $100 fee for this program.2) HOUSING SERVICES: Intercedes with mortgage company. Provides budgeting and financial advice, advice about financial literacy, inform...

  • Washington County Public Schools, Students in Transition

    Agency: Washington County Public Schools

    HOMELESS EDUCATION: Works to ensure that students experiencing homelessness are identified, have access to appropriate educational opportunities, and are linked to services to be successful in school.  Families who have lost housing should discuss the situation with school administration so it can be determined whether it is in the best interest of...

  • Sheppard Pratt Health System, Way Station, Housing and Residential Services, Frederick County

    Agency: Sheppard Pratt Health System

    RESIDENTIAL SERVICES:  Offers a variety of community integrated housing options for people with serious mental illness. Options include 24/7 supervised group homes, 24/7 supervised apartment complex, apartments, townhomes and single family homes with supports available at varying levels depending on the individuals needs. Specialized housing units,...

  • Wells House

    Agency: Wells House

    SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT: Offers residential and outpatient treatment for men and woman ages 18 years and older whose primary disorder is substance abuse.SERVICES:1) RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM: A 4 to 6-month treatment program for men and woman. Individuals with co-occurring mental health diagnoses may be eligible if substance use disorder is pri...

  • Witness House of Hope

    Agency: Witness International

    OVERVIEW: Provides a Christian based recovery and transitional center for ex-offenders struggling with substance abuse. Also offers life skill coaching, substance abuse treatment, clinical counseling and pastoral care mentoring. SERVICES: 1) TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Offers a 9-bed residential living center for ex-offenders that are recovering from s...

  • Advocates for Homeless Families

    Agency: Advocates For Homeless Families

    NOTE: There is a 30 day intake process and a waiting list for housing.OVERVIEW: Pairs homeless or at-risk families with a case manager who helps them to identify the problems standing in their way and find solutions. Program requires a one-year commitment from participants and they must be clean and sober for six months prior to entry and must rema...

  • Agape House, The

    Agency: Agape House, The

    OVERVIEW: Provides a hot meal and a meeting place for Celebrate Recovery.SERVICES:1) SOUP KITCHEN: Provides anyone in need with a hot meal, 10:30AM-12:30PM every Sun.2) SUPPORT GROUP: Offers a support groups for people who struggles with hurts, hang-ups or habits every Sun, 10:30AM-12:30PM.3) TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Provides a 24 bed transitional hou...

  • At Jacob's Well

    Agency: At Jacob's Well

    TRANSITIONAL HOUSING: Offers transitional shared housing for homeless persons diagnosed with a chronic mental illness. Time limit for residents' stay is 24 months. Provides individualized action plans, counseling on independent living skills, case management services, and advocacy with health care providers and government agencies. 

  • Asylee Women Enterprise

    Agency: Asylee Women Enterprise

    REFUGEE SERVICES: Provides education, English as a Second Language instruction, job readiness, case management, hospitality and a women's support group for immigrants, refugees, and asylees. Provides transitional housing for individuals on a case by case basis. 

  • Caroline County Department of Social Services, Emergency and Transitional Housing Program

    Agency: Caroline County Department of Social Services

    EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: Provides limited funds to assist adults and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Assistance may be available to qualifying persons in case of verifiable emergency such as utility-cut-off or eviction. Funds are available to qualifying residents once per fiscal year. 

  • Coalition for the Homeless

    Agency: Coalition for the Homeless

    SUPPORT SERVICES: Provides transitional, permanent housing, emergency shelter, employment and housing placement assistance, substance abuse counseling, and social services to individuals and families.

  • Community Resource and Referral Center, Housing Assistance

    Agency: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    HOUSING ASSISTANCE: Provides housing assessment Case Worker to assist with housing concerns. Also provides the Grant Per Diem (GPD) transitional housing program for eligible Veteran's. Length of stay varies for each transitional housing program.

  • Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation

    Agency: Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation

    HOMEOWNERSHIP & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Provides financial literacy and homeownership workshops. Also develops and improves affordable housing in the Greater Coppin Heights/Rosement community. **They do not provide emergency/transitional housing assistance.**

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