Combining for Charity 2019 - The Baltimore Station


The Law Department Combined Charities Committee (CCC) selected The Baltimore Station as their charity of the year.

Since 1987, The Baltimore Station has transformed from a small group of devoted volunteers who assisted the homeless in South Baltimore to the nationally recognized therapeutic treatment program it is today. The Baltimore Station currently has 136 beds, providing homeless men, mostly veterans, with an opportunity to turn their lives around.  The Baltimore Station also offers Workforce Development Training, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient programing designed to provide therapeutic relapse prevention services to those recovering from substance use disorder, and DUI/DWI Alcohol Education Programing.

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