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AIRS provides comprehensive supportive housing services to the most vulnerable populations to enhance quality of life, emphasizing self sufficiency for low-income and homeless individuals and families living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS or other disabilities. Programs focused on youth include: Restoration Gardens, which provides permanent housing and support services for homeless or unstable house youth ages 18-24; CITY STEPS, which consists of a comprehensive array of housing and resources for homeless youth ages 14-24, including a resource center, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing; and GEAR (Growth, Empowerment, Advancement, and Recognition), which is a workforce development program for youth and adults.
1800 N Charles St Baltimore MD 21201
The mission of Art with a Heart is to enhance the lives of people in need through visual art. Art with a Heart brings its interactive visual arts classes to schools, community centers, group homes, shelters, hospitals, permanent housing facilities, and senior housing facilities. We also provide youth leadership programs for 10th and 11th graders and job programs for youth aged 14-24 years.
3355 Keswick Rd, Stable building Suite 104 Baltimore MD 21211
AZIZA/PE&CE Youth Programming (10yrs) is a progressive, social, entrepreneurship model developed to improve the quality of life of marginalized youth ages 12-24. It serves as an in-school, OST (out-of-school time) and summer program. AZIZA/PE&CE uses fashion, fitness, arts, music, mentoring, entertainment, and education to develop social, emotional, cultural, life, and critical thinking skills.
3503 N. Charles St Baltimore MD 21218
The Baltimore City Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS) provides psychiatric crisis stabilization program for children and adolescents. We have an urgent care clinic and provide home based services for a limited time, then provide linkages to long term therapeutic services.
1118 Light Street 200 Baltimore MD 21230
Guide to accessing services for homeless children and youth
Baltimore City Street Outreach Information Card by the Mayor’s Office of Human Services Homeless Services Program.
Guide to education assistance for homeless parents
Building Communities Today for Tomorrow, Inc. (BCTT) serves children, adolescents, adults, and seniors who are at risk of removal from the home, community, or who are transitioning from residential settings back into the community.
2901 Druid Park Dr Suite A207 Baltimore MD 21215
Many individuals and families reach a crossroad in their lives during which they struggle with environmental pressures that create crises for them, e.g. loss of a job, threatened utility turnoff, homelessness, serious illness that causes job loss. For these people, Family and Children’s Services case managers take a problem solving approach, helping them understand their options and frequently directing them to resources that can help alleviate the current pressures. The case managers also attempt to help these individuals and families plan for the future and take the steps that will help them avoid these kinds of problems in the future.
4623 Falls Rd Baltimore MD 21209
Community Advocates for You is a network of professionals, parents, and community advocates who have joined forces to provide person-centered support to individuals with disabilities and their families. Most of our services are at no cost to our clients.
P.O. Box 113 Owings Mills MD 21117
The Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN)’s mission is to work in partnership with the community to develop, operate, and support programs that reduce vulnerability and promote personal growth, stability and self-sufficiency among low-income residents. We do this by providing shelters, eviction prevention, budgeting, after school and summer programming, weatherization and a food pantry.
Community Assistance Network, Inc. (CAN) operates three shelters. Homeless individuals seeking Emergency Shelter must call the Baltimore County Department of Social Services at 410-853-3000 (prompt #2 for Homeless Screening Unit/Adult Services) in order to be referred to an emergency shelter in Baltimore County.
7900 E Baltimore St Baltimore MD 21224
East Baltimore Youth and Family Services (EBYFS) provides counseling and support services for youth under 18 years of age and their families, with the goal of promoting youth development and preventing juvenile delinquency. EBYFS also provides youth and their families with cultural activities, employment opportunities, educational referrals, crisis intervention, information & substance abuse assessment, parenting skills groups, school based services, HIV/AIDS prevention, and information/referrals.
301 N.Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland is a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 1977. We provide support, education, outreach and advocacy for SGL/LGBTQ individuals and our allies, through programs, services, and resources.The GLCCB provides an affirming space, platforms for free expression, and resources for healthier living.
2530 North Charles St 3rd Floor Baltimore MD 21218
The mission of the Hampden Family Center is to enrich the lives of Hampden residents through education and professional support, and to encourage individual growth and community fellowship. We provide programs and support services for all who live, learn and work in the community. Here, children enjoy after-school and summer enrichment programs. Adults can participate in literacy classes to brush up on their math, reading and writing skills in preparation for the GED class and exam.
1104 W 36th St Baltimore MD 21211
Health Care for the Homeless works to prevent and end homelessness for vulnerable individuals and families by providing quality, integrated health care and promoting access to affordable housing and sustainable incomes through direct service, advocacy and community engagement.
We have multiple sites for clients to visit depending on their location:
West Baltimore Office
2000 W. Baltimore Street, Suite 247, Baltimore MD 21223
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8am-5pm; Thurs 8am-12pm
Baltimore County Office
9150 Franklin Square Dr, Suite 301, Baltimore MD 21237
Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8:30am-5pm, closed for lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm; Thurs 8:30am-12:30pm
421 Fallsway Baltimore MD 21202
Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition Youth Opportunity Center (HEBCAC-YO) addresses the education, counseling, and career development and training needs of out of school youth in East Baltimore. Our caring and knowledgeable staff provides: on site GED and pre-GED classes; individual and group counseling; career training in high growth industries (such as healthcare, hospitality, and construction); life skills workshops and clubs and other fun social activities. YO! serves out-of-school youth and young adults by providing wide-ranging support services and opportunities for participants to reach their academic and career goals. We also connect youth to other needed wrap-around services such as housing, family support and healthcare by referral.
1212 N Wolfe St Baltimore MD 21213
Loving Arms, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) community based organization located in Baltimore City, Maryland. We provide short term, safe and nurturing shelter and supportive services (both residential and non-residential) to unaccompanied, homeless children, and young adults, age 12 to 24. These children are known as throwaways, runaways, homeless, or unstably housed children, many who are victims of human and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST).
3313 Oakfield Ave Gwynn Oak MD 21207
24/7 Referral and intake is available online
Mentoring Male Teens in the Hood is a group mentoring program serving Kings between the ages of 8 and 18 who live in the Baltimore Metropolitan area since 1996 where education, speakers, trips, sporting events, health forums, conflict resolution, STD and AIDS workshops, and real conversations about the ‘Hood’ come together to build strong Kings and prepare them to compete in a society that too often allows them to slip through the cracks. The program has real life conversations about topics that impact our community.
2100 N Monroe St 2nd Floor Baltimore MD 21216
Helps keep America’s runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets. The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is here to listen whether you are thinking of running away or already have. Our services are confidential and nonjudgmental.
New Pathways educates and empowers disconnected young adults to overcome the obstacles placed in their path that prevent them from reaching their full potential. We help teenagers aging out of the foster care system and serve young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are at risk of falling behind, or worse, losing their way altogether.
We provide independent living programs for foster youth and foster parenting youth ages 17-21 (State-wide) and workforce development services for disconnected youth ages 18-24 in Baltimore City and County.
1045 Taylor Avenue Suite 21 Towson MD 21286
The PJC’s Education Stability Project provides legal advice and representation to students experiencing homelessness and students facing suspension or expulsion to ensure that they have the opportunity to remain and succeed in school.
The PJC uses legal advocacy tools to pursue social justice, economic and race equity, and fundamental human rights for people who are struggling to provide for their basic needs. The PJC is a civil legal aid office that provides advice and representation to low-income clients, advocates before legislatures and government agencies, and collaborates with community and advocacy organizations.
1 N Charles Street Suite 200 Baltimore MD 21201
YES Drop-In Center is Baltimore City’s first drop-in center for homeless youth. YES Drop-In Center is a safe space for youth who are homeless and between the ages of 14-25, to get basic needs met and establish supportive relationships with peer staff and allies that them make and sustain connections to long-term resources and opportunities.YES prevents and eliminates youth homelessness through the synergy of youth, peer and ally partnerships. The organization’s vision is that all of Baltimore’s youth will easily access supportive services and stable housing to become powerful in their own lives.
2315 N Charles St 1st floor Baltimore MD 21218
Program provides services to primary and secondary victims of crime and violence. Services include case management, mental health services, support groups, educational, transportation and housing assistance.
1001 E Fayette St Office of Youth Violence Prevention Baltimore MD 21202
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