Over the past 34 years, The Baltimore Station has transformed from a small group of devoted citizens who assisted the homeless in South Baltimore to the successful therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program we are today.
Here is a look at our history:
We found a new home in an old fire station, naming it the South Baltimore Station. Shifting our focus, The South Baltimore Station began a new mission of providing transitional housing for homeless men struggling with substance abuse. Not only did we provide food, housing, and clothing, but we also gave men the skills they needed to get off the street for good.
Veteran’s Day 2007
The Baltimore Station broke ground at our South Baltimore site to rehabilitate the existing firehouse and construction began on a three-story addition, formerly an adjacent parking lot.