Quamir's Story

Quamir is a client in the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) at Baltimore Safe Haven (BSH). He is a New Jersey native and full-time student at Morgan State University (MSU) pursuing his Bachelors of Arts degree in Music Performance.

During his studies at MSU, the COVID-19 pandemic caused college campuses to close and revert to online learning. With no permanent residence in Baltimore, Quamir became homeless in Fall of 2021.

BSH supported Quamir with financial courses, food, transportation, employment, and transitional housing. In January 2022, Quamir moved into his one-bedroom apartment where he continues to receive supportive services from BSH. Thank you, BSH, for rehousing our neighbors and giving the LGBTQ+ community a safe place to call home.


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