Hyacinth Independent/Transitional Living Home, INC - Baltimore, MD

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4605 Asbury Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230
: 443-531-4340
: http://www.hitlivinghome.org/

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Description: Hyacinth's Independent/Transitional Living Home positions itself as a transitional home for homeless victims who have maximized their stay at regular shelters, but still have need for accommodation and support services to live independently. Most Shelters accommodate clients for approximately 90 days.

If they are able to find alternate housing through case management support, they can transit out independently.

The reality is that most become "Shelter Shoppers", moving from one shelter to another or returning to their original conditions. While our home is set up for paid accommodation, we try to work within the clients' budgets and assist them to access social services benefits, employment and permanent housing.

Our objective is to subsidize any short falls through DONATIONS/GRANTS from individuals, businesses, government and corporations. There is no time limit on how long a person can remain in our home, once we can secure funding.

Volunteers Requests by Hyacinth Independent/Transitional Living Home, INC: Hit Living Home recognizes that the undertaking is huge and it will require partnerships with other organizations, businesses and volunteers. Therefore, in addition to forming strategic alliances with existing organizations, we are seeking a cadre of volunteers with skill sets that could be taught to our clients' base: 1. Bible School Students/Pastors 2 Motivational Speakers 3. Skills set- plumbing, electrical, carpentry, computer, etc 4. Companionship/Escort/ Big brother/Big sister, etc 5. Fund Raising, Grant writing and Donation campaigns


Donation Requests by Hyacinth Independent/Transitional Living Home, INC: Our mission is to establish 10 single family Independent Living Homes to accommodate 1,000 homeless persons in targeted communities throughout Baltimore City by 2016. After volunteering with United Way and visiting numerous Shelters, we became acutely aware of the pervasive nature of homelessness and some of the indignities.. Our motivation is to create "HOMES" for the homeless that will promote their dignities, ensure their privacy and contribute to their empowerment in communities they wish to return to live fully functioning lives and contribute in a productive manner. In order to further our mission, we envision our donation needs as follows: 1. Homes/Buildings for Sale or Rent 2. Cash, grants, low interest loans, etc. 3. Financial sponsorship of a homeless person 4. Partners/ Volunteers to assist in empowerment programs 5. Household furnishings, furniture, beds, utensils 6. Food and clothing of every type 7. Vehicle - Van, bus, etc. for transportation 8. Marketing and promotional support, inclusive of web page design



Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

If you have pictures of the shelter, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to: HomelessSupport@gmail.com

Do you have items to donate? Contact Hyacinth Independent/Transitional Living Home, INC at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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