Baltimore, Maryland Halfway Houses

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- Halfway houses
- Sober living homes
- Residential Re-entry

Many of these programs offer low-income and sliding scale payment programs.

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Re-entry Programs

Find local residential re-entry programs along with resources for employment, government aid, local services including non profit assistance.

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Baltimore Behavioral Healthcare Inc

1001 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD - 21223
BBH offers individualized treatment in a setting which provides a full continuum of care. BBH provides service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The outpatient program at 1101 W Pratt Street provides services from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm seven days a week. All individuals providing services are appropriately credentialed and privileged.

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Baltimore Community Resource Center Courage House

1706 East 33rd Street
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 467-0460

Baltimore Station

140 W West Street
Baltimore, MD - 21230
Our mission is to provide rigorous self-help programs in a safe, caring residential setting to support men, most of whom are veterans, who are transitioning from the cycle of poverty, substance abuse and homelessness to self-sufficiency.

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Bridge House Inc

30 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD - 21231
(410) 732-0040

Build Fellowship Inc Tabitha House

653 Gutman Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21218
(410) 235-9251

Damascus House

4203 Ritchie Highway
Baltimore, MD - 21225
(410) 789-7446

Fayette House

13-19 South Fulton Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21223
The New Fayette House is a 25-bed addiction-treatment facility for men.

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Friend and Family House

732 Dolphin Street
Baltimore, MD - 21217

Gaudenzia Inc

4615 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21215

Helping Up Mission

1029 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD - 21202
(410) 675-7500x
The Spiritual Recovery Program is a multifaceted 12-month residential program designed to nurture long-term recovery for homeless men with severe drug- and alcohol-related addiction issues. Participants live in a 12-Step therapeutic community, creating a culture of healing and wellness inspired by Luke 2:52. That verse implies four key areas for a mature, productive life: physical, psychological,

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I Cant We Can

4426 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21215

I Cant We Can

2111 North Dukeland Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21216
CAN'T WE CAN, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation created in May 1997 to provide assistance to those suffering from the disease of addiction. We recognize that the disease of addiction is a self destructive, self-defeating way of thinking. Our program is an intense spiritual environment that lasts for six to twelve months. We provide shelter, food, clothing, and counseling as we use the therapeut

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I Cant We Can

2905 Clifton Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21216

JHH Houses Wilson House

2122-2126 Mura Street
Baltimore, MD - 21213
(410) 522-4111
Female halfway house. Call for details.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Center for Addiction and Pregnancy

4940 Eastern Avenue Suite D-4 East
Baltimore, MD - 21224
(410) 550-3020

Marthas Place - Halfway House For Women

1928 Pennsylvania Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21217
(410) 728-8402
Martha's Place is a Maryland state-certified recovery program for women overcoming drug addiction and homelessness. Martha's Place borders Baltimore's communities of Sandtown-Winchester and Upton and offers both six-month transitional housing as well as long-term Single Room Occupancy (SRO) housing. Martha's Place provides a structured recovery program to help clients mainta

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Mountain Manor Treatment Center Adolescent & Young Adult Residential Programs

3800 Frederick Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21229

Nilsson House

5665 Purdue Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21239
(410) 323-5328

No Turning Back

2826 Oakley Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21215
(443) 744-9802
The Vision of No Turning Back, Inc. is to provide safe, affordable housing and support services for men in recovery. We also provide an atmosphere that is conducive to recovery from substance abuse and other issues that hold men in bondage. We assist our men with the necessary tools tailored to each mans individual need.

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Powell Recovery Center

832 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD - 21202

Powell Recovery Center Site I

14 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD - 21231

Recovery in Community

31 North Fulton Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21223
(410) 362-1400
Recovery In Community (\"RIC\") is a State of Maryland certified substance abuse treatment program operating in the Franklin Square, Boyd-Booth and Fayette Street outreach communities of Southwest Baltimore. RIC is an intensive multi-tiered intervention based on the principle that such complex issues as substance abuse, crime, and unemployment require a response that is pervasive an

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Recovery Network

201 N. Charles Street Suite 200
Baltimore, MD - 21201

Step Forward Inc

800 North Fulton Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21217

Transitioning Lives Inc

911 North Belnord Avenue
Baltimore, MD - 21205

Transitioning Lives Inc

1515 East Biddle Street
Baltimore, MD - 21213

Tuerk House

730 Ashburton Street
Baltimore, MD - 21216

Valley Bridge House Inc

28 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD - 21231

Oxford House Mura

2116 Mura Street
Baltimore, MD - 21213-3323

Oxford House Magnolia

3201 Magnolia Ave
Baltimore, MD - 21227-2130

What is a Halfway House

A halfway house or sober house, is a place where people recovering from addiction begin the process of reintegration with society, while still providing monitoring and support. There are also other types of halfway houses. See below.

Sober Living Home

There are thousands of halfway houses across the US. Our goal is to provide a free online directory of all halfway houses and sober houses to those seeking recovery from addiction.

Re-entry Programs

Re-entry programs provide different types of halfway housing for those leaving prison systems. They provide housing and treatment programs, work requirement programs, curfews, etc. See our listing pages for more information.

Residential Reentry Management Centers

Residential Reentry Management Centers are another name for halfway houses. Many help with employment programs. We list non profit and private halfway houses on our listing pages.