In addition to our nationally recognized clinical treatment program for substance use disorder, we have now expanded our services to include a new Service Intensive Transitional Housing (SITH) program, designed to help unemployed homeless veterans get the tools and skills they need to obtain a sustainable income and permanent housing.
Participants in this residential program will receive case management services as well as meals and clothing. Program participants will receive a comprehensive Individualized Service Plan that outlines housing goals, a timeline for accessing permanent housing and detailed career/income goals. The program will also focus on workforce development training and job readiness programs that include:
- Resume writing – re-working a military
resume for civilian job opportunities
- Interviewing skills
- Financial literacy
- Job training and placement
Open to any homeless, unemployed male veteran from anywhere in the country.
Veterans who participate in this program will be able to take advantage of The Baltimore Station’s array of services, community partners, and staffing that are already a part of our successful clinical treatment program in which 78% of our residents were discharged to permanent housing and 81% obtained sustainable income in 2019. We served 308 individuals with 92% of the men being successfully discharged from the program.
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