The goal of Project PLASE’s transitional housing program is to house and serve homeless citizens who have special needs in temporary housing with 24 hour supported supervision and case management with a focus on helping the individual function at the highest level.
We provide residents with three meals daily plus snacks, linens, bus tokens, assistance with medical appointments, and clothing as needed - making it easier for residents to focus on getting back on their feet.
Each transitional resident is assigned a counselor for assistance and support. At a minimum, they meet once a week. Active case management is given to assist the individual to meet his/her needs, move beyond their crisis situation, and avail him/herself of community based services and resources as appropriate.
Project PLASE operates three transitional housing facilities located at:
201 E. North Avenue
Once the original headquarters for Project PLASE, this facility now houses 24 men in double-room and dormitory-style living.
139 E. North Avenue
This facility serves as Project PLASE's Women's Housing facility. This three-story building features single, double, and dormitory-style living arrangements.
1814 Maryland Avenue
This multi-purpose facility was completed in 2001 and renovated in 2009. It 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 supervision and support. A garden and courtyard complement the quality living of our residents and staff.
Housing and Hope for Baltimore's Most Vulnerable Homeless Citizens
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