The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self sufficiency.
At The Baltimore Station, We Turn Lives Around
We are an innovative therapeutic residential treatment program supporting veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self-sufficiency.
It’s not a battle. It’s a war. We concentrate on helping those we know most about - those we can do the most for – men who have valiantly served our country and have fallen on hard times. We know that they suffer a special kind of hell, often returning to society with the effects of combat – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – often turning to drugs to silence the trauma. We know the cycle that can spin out of control, leading to poverty, estrangement and homelessness. We know that it takes a highly structured environment to break that cycle because our program staff is in recovery themselves and half are veterans. Recovery is not a “quick fix” battle. It’s a long tough war.
There is a turning point in every war. Ours is when a man comes in off the streets, through our door.
The Baltimore Station is pleased to present it's video "Turning Lives Around". Thank you to everyone who participated in the video and helped produce a fantastic and heartwarming story which gives a great overview of who we are, who we serve and the importance of our program to our veterans and others recovering from homelessness and addiction. A very special thank you to Greg Marsh of SLM Multimedia whose dedication and attention to detail was evident in every frame of this project. He captured the very essence of The Baltimore Station.
The Baltimore Station is grateful for the generosity of the individual and corporate friends who support our work. Your donations go directly to support our long-term residential therapeutic community for veterans and men who are homeless due to their addictions. Please consider making a donation to The Baltimore Station today.
Ways to Donate
There are a number of ways you can provide financial support to The Baltimore Station. Click below to find out how you can help someone in need. Or, if you would like to personally discuss your giving options, please call 410-752-4454 x207.Help Local