Supportive Housing Members

A Step Forward, Inc

Beginning Effective Recovery Together

Better Days Housing
We service women, who are in need of housing and are still in recovery stage; structured program. We offer room and board, food; we assist with helping you to get your Social Security Card, Birth Certificate:

Renee: 443-226-3168(cell)
Genova443-801-2468 (cell) or 443-320-1181

Build Fellowship
State Certified Halfway Houseserving adult men & women. Also, providing outreach to connect people with HIV to Primary Medical Care.


Changing Directions

Foundation of Hope, Inc.
Serving men and women

Carmaine McCrimmon Forrest
[email protected]

National Women's Prison Project, Inc.
Embracing Women returning home from incarceration. A reentry program designed for women, by women.
Provides one on one supportive services using a holistic model. Services include housing assistance, job readiness, health, recovery, and soft skills instruction.

Alfreda A. Robinson
2530 N. Charles Street, Suite 300A
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 235-3584
[email protected]

Next Step Housing
Supportive group housing for men and women: phased program.
By providing safe, affordable housing and a supportive, healthy environment we believe that we can encourage positive growth, change and sobriety for individuals in recovery.

Sven Carl
Next Step Housing
3811 Echodale Ave. (Mailing Address Only)
Balto, Md. 21206
443.824.3116 mobile
410.488.1438 office/fax

Patrick Allison House

A housing program for homeless men in recovery.

Patrick Allison House provides in-house: group and individual counseling; GED tutoring; financial counseling and assistance; job search assistance; life skills training; basic computer training.

Community resources include: medical, mental, and dental health care services; job training; educational resources.

Sue Wetsel
808 Park Avenue

Port Recovery

Tael Enterprise, Inc.

Together We Can, Inc.

Transitioning Lives, Inc.
Transitioning Lives is a certified halfway house servicing adult males.

We are a structured program providing housing, case management, housing referral services and assistance with obtaining vital documents (including birth certificates, social security cards & identification)

We offer in house individual and group counseling, life skills training and family reunification services.

We have established several collaborations to assist our clients in obtaining:

  • healthcare

  • job training and placement

  • GED preparation

  • Mentoring

Contact: Meatria Williams, Executive Director, 410-534-2141.


BAASH - Baltimore Area Association for Supportive Housing

[email protected] • 410.555.1212