United Ministries, Inc.

Rating: 4.85 stars   27 reviews

Issues: Homeless & Housing

Location: 1400 E. Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21231 USA

Mission: United Ministries is a housing and social justice organization dedicated to assisting homeless men who want to change their lives and to changing community attitudes toward the homeless.
Results: Since our beginnings in 1997 almost three hundred men have been provided with a safe space, help and hope for the future. They have gone on to reunite with their families, continue their education, obtain employment and permanent housing.
Target demographics: Men who are homeless and in recovery from alcohol or substance abuse in the Baltimore area.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Approximately 30 men
Geographic areas served: Baltimore City
Programs: Earl's Place Transitional Housing Program and soon Prospect Place Permanent Support Housing Project
2009 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 52-1857927
410-522-0225
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9 people found this review helpful

I also was a client of Earl's Place. I was helped immeasurably by this organization. There are amazing things happening there at earl's Place, Ms. Sheila H. is one of a kind. Her endless work at creating a very nice program that feeds, houses, and helps in many, many ways all whom are fortunate enough to enter their program. I only wish that there was more money available to this organization so that they could help even more people. They certainly deserve it

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my own life, and as alumni I can still any day of the week rest assured in the knowledge that Sheila or her staff will be available at almost anytime if I have a problem or just need someone who understands to talk to.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every six months

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010-3-01

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