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  • Grassroots Crisis Intervention, Coordinated System of Homeless Services, Families and Women's Shelter

    Agency: Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center

    COORDINATED SYSTEM of HOMELESS SERVICES (CSHS), Families and Women's Shelter: Provides a point of entry for Howard County residents who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. Offers meals, case management, individual and group counseling, supportive services and transportation. Length of stay determined on an individual case basis, maximum...


  • Salvation Army, Dorchester County

    Agency: Salvation Army, Dorchester County

    OVERVIEW: Provides a wide range of emergency services to residents in need.SERVICES:1) FOOD PANTRY: Provides perishable and non-perishable food  once every six months to individuals and families in need. Must have applied or attempted to apply for food stamps at DSS. Call the office for an intake, during business hours.2) GOOD NEIGHBOR FUND: Offers...


  • Night of Peace Family Shelter

    Agency: Salem United Methodist Church

    SHELTER: Offers an emergency shelter for families with children (no single men or women). Families may stay while working on permanent housing solutions for up to 90 days.


  • Sarah's House

    Agency: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Baltimore

    EMERGENCY HOUSING: Offers housing for up to 12 weeks. Case managers helps each resident make a case plan within the first 2 weeks. Residents who follow the plan may stay up to 12 weeks. During this time, resident may apply for a transitional apartment. If one is not available, and the 12 weeks are up, the resident must leave.


  • Stepping Stones Shelter

    Agency: Stepping Stones Shelter

    HOMELESS FAMILIES: Provides a continuum of services (emergency shelter, permanent supportive housing, post-shelter support) to homeless families with children by providing case management, employment and career counseling, tutoring for students, GED tutoring for adults, and post-shelter supports for families. All referrals for shelter come from the...


  • Virginia Williams Family Resource Center

    Agency: Virginia Williams Family Resource Center

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: Serves as the intake center for the majority of emergency shelters and housing for homeless families in the District of Columbia. Families seeking emergency assistance for rent and utilities and shelter are screened to determine if they are eligible for temporary emergency housing. Other services provided at the site include empl...


  • Lower Shore Shelter, The

    Agency: The Lower Shore Shelter

    SHELTER: Offers a 24-hour shelter for up to 16 guests for men, women and families. Guests may stay up to 90 days per adhering to shelter guidelines and light meals are served.


  • Project ECHO

    Agency: Project ECHO

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: Offers a 40-bed shelter with a maximum stay of three months. Individuals who have a drug/alcohol problem must be on medication or enrolled in counseling. Meals and showers are provided. 


  • Samaritan Ministries

    Agency: Samaritan Ministries

    OVERVIEW: Provides shelter, emergency food, a soup kitchen, household items and local resources to anyone in need.SERVICES:1) EMERGENCY SHELTER: Provided to men, women and families (24 people maximum) for up to 30 days. Some exceptions may apply for a longer stay.2) EMERGENCY FOOD: Provided to persons or families in need on Tues and Sat from 1PM-2P...


  • Sarah's Hope

    Agency: St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore

    SHELTER: Provides emergency shelter for male-headed households, female-headed households and intact families. Onsite services for clients include meals, showers, laundry, case management, employment navigation, and linkages to services and resources as needed.


  • Talbot Interfaith Shelter

    Agency: Talbot Interfaith Shelter

    TRANSITIONAL SHELTER: Offers a year round shelter for homeless men, women and families of up to 10 people. Serves breakfast, dinner and a light lunch may be packed upon exiting the shelter. Call for an intake over the phone and a in-person interview. A criminal background check will be completed prior to approval for entry into the shelter and must...


  • Baltimore City Mayor's Office Homeless Services, Emergency Shelter Shuttle Transportation

    Agency: Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Constituent Services

    HOMELESS EMERGENCY SHELTER SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION: Provides transportation to overflow shelters for individuals and families, the Winter Plan does not need to be activated. Please see the attached document or visit the website for the schedule. Please note 443-721-0814 is for winter shelter activation only.


  • Human Services Program of Carroll County, Shelter

    Agency: Human Services Programs of Carroll County

    SHELTER SERVICES: Offers an emergency shelter for men, women, and families. Some meals provided. Case management, laundry, mail, bathing, toiletries, telephone and referrals to community resources and psychiatric services are provided. The Safe Haven Homeless Shelter specifically provides long-term safe accommodations for homeless men and women, wh...


  • Lighthouse, The, Emergency Shelter

    Agency: Lighthouse, The

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: OFTEN A WAITLIST, WAIT TIMES VARY Provides a drug/alcohol-free emergency shelter for men, women, and children for up to 30-90 days. Call for availability. Residents receive case management, counseling, and other supportive services.  


  • Three Oaks Center

    Agency: Three Oaks Center

    OVERVIEW: Homeless men, women,  and women with children  are provided with services to improve their situations and become independent. SERVICES: 1) HOUSING: Provides permanent housing for men with physical and/or mental disabilities. Information and referral regarding homeless programs are provided to men without disabilities. 2) WOMEN/FAMILIES...


  • United Communities Against Poverty

    Agency: United Communities Against Poverty, Inc.

    *Crisis Intervention Fund RecipientOVERVIEW: Provides Housing Counseling, Financial Services, Food Pantry assistance, First-time Home Buyers Program, Seniors Program and Neighborhood Development (Rehab Homes).SERVICES:1) HOUSING SERVICES: Counsels applicants on budgeting and money management. Will also intervene with creditors to help applicants re...


  • Baltimore Outreach Services

    Agency: Baltimore Outreach Services

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: Offers emergency shelter. Guests can stay for up to 90 days and do not have to leave during the day. Offers case management, meals, laundry facility, showers, and mail services to residents staying at the shelter. 


  • Karis Home

    Agency: Baltimore Rescue Mission, The

    SHELTER: Provides shelter, clothing, meals, and showers to homeless women, pregnant women, and women with children. Guests are permitted to stay for an initial period of one month, however, they must vacate the shelter from 8AM-4PM each day. Women who do not return to Karis Home by 6PM for more than one night will lose their space unless they are h...


  • Salvation Army, Washington County, Shelter

    Agency: Salvation Army, Washington County

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: Provides women and women with children (girls and boys up to 17 years old) emergency shelter for up to 60-days. Check in: Every day at 4PM. Clients must exit the shelter by 8:30AM Mon-Fri and 9AM on Sat. 


  • Shepherd's Cove

    Agency: United Communities Against Poverty, Inc.

    EMERGENCY SHELTER: Provides emergency housing for women and women with children. Will not accept male children over 12. Provides 3 meals a day for 60 days. Residents may file an appeal to extend their stay. Case workers help residents find jobs and low-cost housing. 


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