The Latest from MOHS

TIME Organization Emergency Women's Shelter Opens New Self-Care Station

On June 22, 2023, TIME Organization Women’s Emergency Shelter, a City-funded shelter, was featured on

Meet Garshet - MOHS' Digital Communications Associate

Meet Garshet! Garshet is the Digital Communications Associate at the Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS).

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Meet Pearly - MOHS' Peer Recovery Specialist

Meet Pearly! Pearly is the Peer Recovery Specialist at a City-funded Men’s Shelter run by TIME Organization, as well as Catholic Chariti

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Kailha's Story

Kailha is a mom to a beautiful baby girl with a baby boy on the way, a lover of all things cosmetology, and a Baltimore native.

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Quamir's Story

Quamir is a client in the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) at Balt

As a Person With Lived Experience of Homelessness, Anthony Williams Makes Meaningful Contributions to the Continuum of Care

Anthony is the Co-chair of the Baltimore City Continuum of Care (CoC), The Journey Home. The CoC is a U.S.

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Baltimore's Continuum of Care Receives $26 Million in HUD CoC Program Competition

Baltimore, MD - On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, the U.S.


Candice's Story

Candice is a mom of three and a former case manager at St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP).

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Meet Shawnta - MOHS' Seasonal Operations Manager

Meet Shawnta! Shawnta is the Seasonal Operations Manager at the Mayor's Office of Homeless Services (MOHS) Winter Shelter Program.

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Outreach Team Provides Crisis Intervention Training to the Community

Last week, the Outreach Team provided Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) for new officers at Johns Hopkins University.

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