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Shelter & Housing Program

Services Provided

Coordinated Intake Screening for Homeless Individuals or Families
Shelter Services for Men, Women, and Families, Safe Haven Shelter, Cold Weather Shelter
Case Management
Housing Services – Eviction Prevention, Security Deposit Assistance, Rapid Re-housing, and Permanent Supportive Housing CLICK HERE
Economic Mobility Services – OpportunityWORKS, Financial Education, and VITA Tax Preparation CLICK HERE

If you are currently homeless or being evicted, PLEASE CALL OUR HOTLINE AT 410-386-6623.

If you are seeking help leaving a situation involving domestic violence, please call this hotline 443-865-8031 

For up to date information about Cold Weather Shelter, please call our Cold Weather Shelter Info Line – 410-871-4877

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE SERVICES, PLEASE CALL US AT 410-857-2999 or CLICK HERE to email a worker in this program.

 

Eligibility

Eligibility for these programs is determined through our Coordinated Intake Screening. CLICK HERE to see how the process works. 

Coordinated Intake Screening

Coordinated Intake for homeless services ensures that all people experiencing a housing crisis have fair and equal access and are quickly identified, assessed for, referred, and connected to housing and assistance based on their needs. Those needing services will be prioritized based on the outcome of their needs assessment completed at the time of intake. 

WALK-IN SCREENINGS Monday – Thursday 8:30AM-12:00PM and Fridays 10:00AM-12:00PM
Access to shelter is prioritized for those with the greatest need based on standards set by the Federal Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). 

Homeless Shelters

HSP operates three year-round Emergency Shelters to accommodate the needs of homeless men, women, and families. 

Safe Haven Shelter

This shelter serves adult men and women who are homeless and suffer from a chronic mental illness. 

Cold Weather Shelter – CALL OUR INFOLINE at 410-871-4877 

Cold Weather Shelter is open annually from the evening of November 15th until the morning of April 1st. Guests come in for a hot meal, shower, laundry, and a warm place to sleep. There are separate sleeping areas for men and women. All guests must be 18 years of age or older. 

Open from 7PM-8AM nightly, this shelter is largely staffed by teams of volunteers from the community. To become a volunteer – CLICK HERE

Case Management Services

Case management is a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client’s health and human service needs. It is characterized by advocacy, communication, and resource management and promotes quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes.

All residents in our shelters and participants in our housing programs receive case management services. Additionally, case management is provided to those on our shelter waiting list to help them improve their situation until a bed opens in a shelter.

Housing Services – Eviction Prevention, Security Deposit Assistance, Rapid Re-housing, and Permanent Supportive Housing – CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Economic Mobility Services – OpportunityWORKS, Financial Education, and VITA Tax Preparation CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS