2018 Annual Report - Page 3



INTRODUCTION
OUR MISSION
The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative
therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program supporting veterans who are
overcoming obstacles to regain self-sufficiency.
We offer programming based on a trauma informed, strength-based and client-centered
approach that combines a strong recovery model with an environment that promotes socially
responsible behavior.
Nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
(CARF), services are provided within a residential, therapeutic community and include Clinical,
Service Intensive Transitional Housing, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient programming.
Residents are able to participate in individual counseling, group therapy, employment and
workforce development training, and referrals to outside resources designed to assist the
resident in turning their life around.
The program’s goals are to provide a safe and secure environment where men with a history
of homelessness can:
Reclaim and restore a sense of self-worth
Assume personal responsibility for their past and future
Develop an individualized treatment plan leading to self-sufficiency
Navigate available resources to successfully implement their plan
Obtain employment to earn a livable wage and transition to permanent housing
The Baltimore Station has been an active participant in the movement to reduce homelessness
in Baltimore since 1987 and is now recognized as the largest VA Grant & Per Diem (GPD)
provider in the region with 131 funded beds between two facilities – South Baltimore Station &
Baker Street Station.
John Friedel
Executive Director
Louis Kousouris III
President, Board of Directors
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