The Baltimore Station
The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program, helping veterans regain self-sufficiency.
Over the course of our 32-year history, we’ve earned a reputation for providing high-quality services to homeless veterans and others who struggle with substance use disorder and mental health challenges. Our CARF-accredited programming is based on a trauma-informed, strength-based, and client-centered treatment approach combining a strong recovery model and an environment that promotes pro-social behavior. Men graduate from our program with sustainable income, permanent housing, and the tools they need to lead a substance-free life.
To get involved, join us at our events or volunteer. Volunteers are key to our mission and success. They provide and serve meals, organize fundraising events and in-kind donation drives, and purchase items from our wish list. Our key events include Stars, Stripes and Chow…Chili Edition and Homerun for Recovery.
Or you can donate by visiting baltimorestation.org/donate. A donation of just $25 will feed four men for one day (three meals and two snacks). Every dollar donated will immediately support the homeless veterans in our programs who are working hard every day to turn their lives around.