United Ministries, Inc.
Rating: 4.86 stars 28 28 reviews
1400 E. Lombard Street Baltimore MD 21231 USA
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.
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.
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:
Earl's Place Transitional Housing Program and soon Prospect Place Permanent Support Housing Project
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1 person found this review helpful
There is nothing more rewarding than working with the men of Earl’s Place. Based on the success rate experienced at Earl’s Place, it’s clear that Earl’s Place is more than just the next stop on the men’s remarkable journeys. Earl’s Place is truly their home, and the dedication of the staff creates a culture that truly makes it a family. Every interaction with the men brings on such emotion – tears, joy, hope…. The power of each man’s story and the impact that Earl’s Place has on their lives inspires me each day.
20 people found this review helpful
United Ministries is a highly committed and successful organization that is best known for Earl's Place, a transitional housing program for homeless men. If you meet some of the men served by this program, you will understand the tremendous value it generates for the men and the community.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The lives of the men it helps.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Working with the Sheila Helgerson and the board members.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Great, especially Sheila Helgerson.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Provide services to most of the homeless in the Baltimore area.
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