Last-Modified: 2021-05-25 08:14:30
Residents at Baltimore Outreach Services stay in their emergency shelter until housing is available, as long as they are working toward their goals of housing and self-sufficiency. Their residents do not have enough income to participate in traditional market housing. Once a resident has obtained employment and is ready to leave the shelter, the lack of available supportive housing becomes evident. Supportive housing is a two-year, intensive counseling and mentoring program that encourages growth to achieve goals of financial stability, mental health treatment and substance abuse recovery.
Mission Statement: The mission of Baltimore Outreach Services (BOS) is to provide comprehensive services and programs to homeless women and their children. Services include emergency shelter, supportive housing, educational programming, health and mental health services, job training and employment counseling.
Type: non profit