Project Plase, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Baltimore, MD
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1814 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21201

410-837-1400 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@projectplase.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Project Plase, Inc.

Project PLASE addresses homelessness by providing transitional and permanent housing and supportive services to homeless adults, particularly the most vulnerable and underserved (i.e., people with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, addictions, developmental disabilities, ex-offenders, etc.) and by treating the whole person and empowering each individual to function at the highest possible level.   Type of Occupancy: - Transitional & Permanent Target Population: - Homeless Men and Women, Veterans, Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, HIV / AIDS Number of Occupants: - 29 Special Note: Disabled accessible This multi-purpose facility is utilized as housing for SRO male and female residents with separate transitional housing for men and women. The building effectively utilizes 4 stories of living space and includes bedrooms, bathrooms, multiple common kitchens, and common living area for its residents. An overnight counselor occupies an apartment, providing for 24 hour, 7 day a week supervision and active support. A garden and courtyard complement the quality living of the residents as well as staff.

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  1. I have a mental illnesses depression anxiety and bi polar i honestly need a temp place so im to get back to working again get a income based place so im able to have my child back with me . i want to be at peace not be around temptations that will lead me back into the hospital im tired of living home to home i have no help im honestly just trying to do better posted April 15, 2019
  2. I have had my mental illness dual diagnosis since 1999 I relocated to Baltimore MD in October I am now in a recovery house where my needs are not being meet. I feeling useless and overwhelmed all the time. posted July 29, 2019
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