A retired psychologist, Dr. Malcolm Rubinstein worked for 22 years for the Veterans Administration, prior to maintaining a private practice in Psychology for 13 years specializing in mood disorders, PTSD, substance abuse, and couples therapy. A Baltimore native, he and his wife, Carol (a graduate of Goucher College) lived for 37 years in Winston-Salem, NC, where she taught French for 35 years and they raised their 2 sons, before retiring back home to Baltimore in 2015. Living as retirees in the Inner Harbor, Malcolm and Carol enjoy the cultural opportunities that the city has to offer- theater, symphony, Orioles games- and traveling to New York and Philadelphia to spend time with their children and 4 grandchildren.

In North Carolina, Malcolm was active in community leadership roles, serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the NC Food Bank and The Fellowship Home (a halfway house.) Now back in Baltimore, he is currently serving on the MD State Board of Dietetic Practice and the State Laboratory Advisory Committee, along with fund-raising committees with the Maryland Food Bank. He believes that it is important to “plant the flag” to increase community awareness of valuable resources and organizations and is excited about spreading the word about the excellent work and contributions of The Baltimore Station.

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The Baltimore Station is grateful for the generosity of the individual, faith-based, and corporate friends who support our work. Your donations go directly to support our long-term residential therapeutic community for veterans and others who are transitioning to self-sufficiency. Please consider making a donation to The Baltimore Station today.