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Below are resources available for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Baltimore City.

Shelter and Services

Baltimore City Shelter Hotline:  443-984-9540

Call 443-984-9540 to connect with the emergency shelter for the night. The hotline is open 9:30 AM to 9 PM, Monday through Friday.

After-hours and weekend shelter requests should be made by calling shelters directly. 

**If you are a hospital representative and need to connect someone to convalescent care, please call 410-598-6758 and complete the Convalescent Care Program Referral Form.**

Shelter Phone Number Population Served

Weinberg Housing and Resource Center

443-824-5326

Single adults

Emergency Women’s Shelter ("Pinderhughes")

410-241-3392

Single women

Emergency Men’s Shelter ("Greenspring")

443-800-2250

Single men

Sarah’s Hope Shelter at Mount Street

410-982-0845

Families 

HEBCAC Nest Youth Shelter

410-759-8374

Youth ages 18-24

The Shelter Hotline is the centralized system for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness to access Baltimore City-funded emergency shelters. The system is designed to provide a fast, streamlined, and equitable process to enroll at participating emergency shelters and preserve client choice and dignity. 

Everyone in Baltimore City seeking entry to a City-funded shelter must go through the hotline. Please be aware that if a shelter bed is available, you will be notified during the call. There is no guarantee of shelter space for any caller, but we will try our best to match you with a place to stay. There is no waiting list for shelter beds.

Street Outreach Resources

Are you concerned for yourself or someone else who may be sleeping outdoors?  Outreach and support services are available for people who do not have safe shelter, and the Street Outreach Card is a useful tool to share with people who may be sleeping in a place not meant for habitation. The Baltimore City Street Outreach Card includes shelter locations, resource centers, and information about food and health care. You can also email Homeless Outreach here to request assistance  or complete the form below.

Coordinated Access Navigator Sites

If you are currently experiencing homelessness and would like to determine eligibility for housing programs, please contact one of the Coordinated Access Navigator Sites listed below to complete a Coordinated Access packet.

Organization

Contact Info

How to get connected to a CA navigator?

Call for an Appointment

For My Kidz Inc.

Main Phone: 443-449-5619

  • Available to anyone experiencing homelessness
  • Call Mainline to schedule an appointment with CA navigator

Loving Arms

 

Office Hours: 10am – 6pm (Mon – Fri)

Main Phone: 443-415-1174

  • Serves adults with minor children and homeless youth
  • Call Mainline to schedule an appointment with CA navigator

MOHS HAP & HOPWA programs



Office Hours:

8am - 4:30pm (Mon- Fri)

Main Phone: 410-935-9862



Secondary Phone: 410-396-3757



Email us here:

  • Serves people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS
  • Call or email to schedule an intake with a CA navigator

New Vision House of Hope

Main Phone: 410-466-8558

  • Veterans only

People Encouraging People

Main Phone: 410-764-8560

  • Available to any one experiencing homelessness
  • Call Mainline to schedule an appointment with CA navigator

Springboard Community Services



Appointment Hours: 11am - 4:30pm (Tue & Thur)

YRC Phone: 410-955-7159



Main Phone: 410-366-1960

  • YRC line available to homeless youth, ages 18-24, to schedule an appt with a CA navigator
  • Clients ages 25 and older can call the Mainline to schedule an appt for case management. CA navigation is available once the client is enrolled in case management.

The Baltimore Station

Main Phone: 410-752-4454

  • Veterans only

Walk-in for Assistance

Beans and Bread



Office Hours:

9 am - 1 pm (Mon, Wed, Thur)

Address:

 

402 S Bond St., Baltimore MD 21231

  • First come first serve basis
  • Available to individual and families experiencing homelessness

Health Care for the Homeless (HCH)



New Patient Walk-in Hours:

7:30am - 11:30am (Mon-Fri)

1pm - 2:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Address:

 

421 Fallsway, Baltimore MD 21202

  • Available to anyone experiencing homelessness
  • Walk-in to sign up as a new patient. CA navigation is only available to patients of HCH.

Paul's Place



Walk-in Hours:

9:30am - 11:30am

(Tue-Fri)

Address:

 

1118 Ward St., Baltimore MD 21230

  • Available to anyone experiencing homelessness
  • Walk in to meet with a case manager and ask about Tier 3 case management. CA navigation is available once the client is enrolled in case management.

Springboard Community Services



Walk-in Hours:

11 am -3 pm (Wed only)

Address:

 

4623 Falls Rd., Baltimore MD 21239



 

  • Serves homeless youth ages 18-24
  • Only accepts three (3) new walk-ins per day

 

Emergency COVID-19 Food Resources

In response to COVID-19, a number of click here to see a listing of free food resources available for youth, families, and individuals in need. 

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COVID-19 Isolation Assistance

The Triage, Respite, and Isolation (TRI) Center at the Lord Baltimore Hotel provides support for those with known or suspected COVID-19 who are unable to safely self-isolate.  Call 443-984-8915, 7 days a week from 8 AM to 7 PM for more information.

Resource Map

This map is an interactive list of resources for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, including emergency shelters, resource centers, health care, and meal sites. Click the rectangle icon on the top right of the map to view it full size and search to find organizations providing the support you need, like laundry, case management, legal services, job training, and more. 

24/7 Hotlines

Call 2-1-1. There's always an answer!  Need answers and don’t know where to turn? 2-1-1 is a hotline providing free, confidential help in 150 languages with just about any health and human service issue you are facing. A trusted and caring call specialist is there for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. 

To get help, dial 2-1-1 or dial 1-800-492-0618. (Normal airtime and related charges may apply for cell phone users.)  In the fiscal year 2015, 2-1-1 Maryland at United Way of Central Maryland answered more than 103,000 calls around food, housing, health care, utility assistance, and more.

Visit Maryland at the United Way of Central Maryland website to access additional resources.

Domestic Violence Hotline: 410-889-7884

House of Ruth Maryland’s 24/7 hotline is a confidential lifeline to survivors of domestic violence in need of help. Counselors are trained in crisis intervention, safety planning, counseling and legal referrals, and proactive advocacy for survivors, their friends and family, and the general community.

Homeless Veterans Hotline: 1-877-424-3838

Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness—and their family members, friends, and supporters—can make the call to or chat online with the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, where trained counselors are ready to talk confidentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Here2Help Hotline: 410-433-5175

The Here2Help Hotline from the Behavioral Health System Baltimore offers confidential advice and an emotional support hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week assisting people with emotional health and well-being services.

Rent and Utilities Assistance

Eviction Prevention and Utilities Assistance

The Mayor's Office of Children and Family Success (MOCFS) offers low-income households financial empowerment programs, housing and energy services, food resources, and capacity-building services. In response to COVID-19, MOCFS is providing eviction prevention funding as well as security deposit and utility assistance. 

Eviction Prevention Legal Aid 

The following organizations provide free legal advice, and, in some cases, representation to renters facing eviction and other landlord-tenant issues.  These organizations take different types of cases and all have capacity limitations.  Please review the types of services that these organizations provide in the parenthesis below before calling.  Note that “subsidized” housing refers to any form of housing choice voucher, public housing, or other government-subsidized housing.

  • Public Justice Center (advice and representation – focused on non-subsidized housing cases), 410-625-9409, visit their website. 

Health Care and Mental Health Resources

Health Care for the Homeless

Health Care for the Homeless provides health care and supportive services for people experiencing homelessness who are living in a shelter, transitional housing, doubled up with others, or are unsheltered. Call 410-837-5533 for more information.

Mental Health Resources

211MD has a list of counseling, mental health, and substance abuse resources. Or call 2-1-1 for more information.

Employment Resources

Mayor's Office of Employment Development

MOED offers job training, career workshops, and other job readiness resources,  along with maintaining a consistently updated Now Hiring page