24-hour housing facility in Baltimore City for families including men, women, or partners with children. The facility consists of a 57-bed emergency shelter (30-90 days) with a full kitchen.
In an atmosphere that respects diversity and affirms the dignity of each individual, Booth House addresses residents' basic needs in providing a safe place, a warm bed, and hot meals, while also providing appropriate workshops and one-on-one resource guidance for families.
Case managers work in conjunction with outside sources to assist residents with finding and obtaining permanent housing, medical assistance, employment, and other tools necessary to become self-sufficient.
Three meals a day
Intensive case management and referrals:
Mental health assistance
Physical health assessments
GED and continuing education
Job training and placement
Parenting and life skills classes