Salvation Army - Booth House Shelter - Baltimore, MD

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1114 North Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD
: 410-685-8878
: http://salvationarmycm.org/help/shelter/

REVIEWS: 2

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    2018-05-02 13:19:53
    The web -site states it is an emergency shelter, for women, men, and also families with children. I went there yesterday and was told it is families only. Four people assaulted when I asserted myself by stating it is not what the website says and what the city material say. I was tasered over and over and put in a lock and and dragged yards and yards. I stood quietly at the counter with the city materials, explaining I am homesless, and that's what happened when I went there.
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    2018-01-09 06:33:12
    It was an elderly lady and after her 90 days was up they threw are out onto the streets. She's disable and she has nowhere else to go. This is sad and has to be a better system if you can't help these residents and they can't find housing before the 90 days is up they throwing right back to the wolves on the streets. So in fact they are not helping them when they get there just providing them with a bed and food. It's hard especially if they don't have income to be able to find a place after the 90 days is up period only shelters in Baltimore does this to these poor victims who are homeless

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Description: Emergency and transitional shelter for families/men or women with children.

The Booth House Shelter is a 24-hour emergency and transitional housing facility in Baltimore City for women, men, and families with children. Consisting of a 57-bed, emergency (30-90 days) shelter and a 19-bed transitional housing unit (6 months-1 year), the facility provides a safe, comfortable environment for those working to rebuild their lives.

Services:
Three meals a day
Bed
Safe Environment
Advocacy
Children's programming
Emotional support
Intensive case management and referrals:
Housing assistance
Mental health assistance
Physical health assessments
GED and continuing education
Job training and placement
Parenting and life skills classes
Legal services

Eligibility: Women, men, and families with children.
Periods of time people can stay:
Emergency Shelter: 30 to 90 days
Transitional Shelter: 6 months to 1 year

Services:
Three meals a day
Bed
Safe Environment
Advocacy
Children’s programming
Emotional support
Intensive case management and referrals:
    Housing assistance
    Mental health assistance
    Physical health assessments
    GED and continuing education
    Job training and placement
    Parenting and life skills classes
    Legal service





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